Party Shots: How the Stars Celebrated in '09!
Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange are in BFF mode at HBO's 1960s-themed poolside Golden Globes afterparty at the Beverly Hilton restaurant Circa 55. The Grey Gardens costars walked arm-in-arm around the festivities, mingling with stars like Eva Mendes and Amy Poehler.
ALL THAT GLITTERS
Anne Hathaway, who told PEOPLE her resolution in 2009 was to "do something new every day," and Leonardo DiCaprio grab some face time at the InStyle/Warner Bros. bash. The nominees spent their night on the couches in the VIP section at the Beverly Hilton's Oasis Court, enjoying the music – everything from Queen to Justin Timberlake! – and views of the dance floor.
Kate Winslet takes time out of her winning night to greet some fans as she arrives at the NBC/Universal bash, also at the Beverly Hilton. The double Globe winner – for best leading actress in a drama for Revolutionary Road and best supporting actress for The Reader – told PEOPLE that she picked her stunning Yves Saint Laurent gown "because it's so comfortable."
HI FROM ABOVE
After attending the Globes with his mom, nominee Tom Cruise had a happy reunion with wife Katie Holmes (in a one-of-a-kind Ralph Lauren Collection dress) at the afterparties! The pair do the wave before stopping by CAA's exclusive bash at the Sunset Tower Hotel in West Hollywood, where they held court in the middle of the dance floor and chatted with other A-listers, including Cameron Diaz, Demi Moore and Robert Downey Jr.
Is he moonlighting as a photographer? Mark Wahlberg tests his paparazzi skills, capturing all the action at HBO's bash. The Entourage and In Treatment producer – and nominee – eventually put down his camera to hang with his Departed costar, Leonardo DiCaprio (not pictured).
Heidi Klum leaves behind hubby Seal – whom she smooched earlier in the evening – for a little girl talk with presenters Kate Beckinsale and Eva Longoria Parker at the InStyle/Warner Bros. party.
THEY'RE SO MONEY
Slumdog Millionaire stars Freida Pinto and Dev Patel bask in their victorious night at the Fox Searchlight afterparty at Craft in Century City, where they walked in to rousing applause from the crowd. The Danny Boyle-directed film took home four Globes, including best drama. Still, Pinto was starstruck. "I freaked out when I met Sting and Bruce Springsteen," she told PEOPLE. "I was like, 'Oh my God! I have been listening to your music ever since I could remember.'"
Onscreen siblings – and real life newlyweds – Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter are one handy duo! The Dexter stars make a dashing arrival at the NBC, Universal Pictures and Focus Features bash inside the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Vanessa Hudgens shares a chatty moment with presenter Hayden Panettiere at the InStyle/Warner Bros. bash. The ladies completed their "young Hollywood" posse by hanging close with Zac Efron (not pictured) at the soiree.
Old pals Bruce Springsteen and Mickey Rourke celebrate their wins for The Wrestler at the Fox Searchlight soiree. Rourke, who scored best actor for his comeback role, believed in the film so much that he wrote a letter to the rocker asking him to pen its Golden Globe-winning theme song. "If I didn't [believe in the movie], there's no way I would've had the balls to write him," he told PEOPLE.
Tina Fey bonds with her golden arm candy at the NBC/Universal afterparty. The 30 Rock star – who joked during her acceptance speech that "as a kid, I had all the Hollywood Foreign Press action figures" – was named best TV comedy actress, while her sitcom nabbed best comedy.