Golden Globes: HBO after-party gets 'Social,' vampires and ... Diddy
Sometimes, you can't deny the obvious -- even at its Golden Globes after-party, HBO had something for everyone. Like Andrew Garfield, Diddy, Kyle Richards, Joe Manganiello and Aziz Ansari.
Talk about a grab bag: The cable network celebrated various wins Sunday with home-team guests and a few special surprises, including Hayden Panettiere, 50 Cent, Chris Noth, Zooey Deschanel, and Jon Hamm with partner Jennifer Westfeldt.
Partying poolside at the packed Beverly Hilton, where the Globes are televised each year, HBO reliably had victories to toast -- including Claire Danes' win for "Temple Grandin," Al Pacino's for "You Don't Know Jack" and Steve Buscemi's for "Boardwalk Empire," the series that also knocked "Mad Men" off its three-year Globes perch.
New "Spider-Man" love interest Emma Stone turned up in her hit Calvin Klein gown, talking to names attached to heavyweight Globe winner "The Social Network," including Aaron Sorkin and Andrew Garfield.
Manganiello stayed with his "True Blood" pack, along with fiancée Audra Marie, roaming with the likes of Sam Trammel and Rutina Wesley, while Leighton Meester of "Country Strong" charmed at the inside bar.
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones made an appearance, but only an appearance, before jetting off to another bash.
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-- Matt Donnelly
Photos, from top: Bill Paxton of "Big Love," left, with "Boardwalk Empire" and Golden Globe winner Steve Buscemi at the HBO after-party at the Beverly Hilton on Jan. 16, 2011. Credit: Dan Steinberg / Associated Press. Claire Danes arrives with her trophy. Credits: Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images