Golden Globes spirits were not dampened by the torrents of rain Sunday night.
But there was definitely a somber awareness of just how important it is to remember the Haitian quake victims and help in the relief and fundraising efforts.
In "Up in the Air" director Jason Reitman's acceptance speech, he noted, "George [Clooney] doesn't even want to be here tonight. He wishes he was in a soundstage setting up 20,000 phone lines for a benefit for Haiti right now."
Clooney talked at length to reporters on the carpet about his Hope for Haiti telethon on Friday, Jan. 22.
Penelope Cruz did a red-carpet interview to highlight her Haitian cause. "Tonight cannot just be about the movies," she said.
And Maggie Gyllenhaal reminded people to donate money. during the show. "In the midst of all of this, please remember how to get involved and offer your support to the people of Haiti."
The Dish Rag talked to Joshua Jackson, Helen Mirren and U2's The Edge on the red carpet about Hollywood's desire to help.
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