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Kerry Washington, Georgina Chapman and Naomi Campbell at the Weinstein Company and Netflix Golden Globe Party. Image by: Getty
We hit up the Netflix/Weinstein company party for a front-row seat to celebs in their natural elements.
Security is high but not really. Checking in required ID in order to secure the paper ticket for the event. But entering the party was breezy: a flash of the ticket granted us access, and once inside, the suits were either very discreet or not actually present.
The after-parties are a two-second walk from the actual venue at the Beverly Hilton Hotel – but of course there is a very chic shuttle that ferries posh party-goers. It's so close that the screams from fans lining the red carpet are easily heard – as if they're in the backyard. It's excitement and joy, in stereo.
If you think everyone is hotter in real life, you're wrong. Many of the celebs we saw up close were beautiful – but no one left us truly stunned. Except for Kerry Washington. Her beauty truly is a special effect.
It's worth noting that despite Hollywood's fear of gluten, they serve refined carbs! Brioche dinner rolls, truffle grilled cheese sandwiches and hand-pressed gnocchi were on hand and available from 4 p.m until the party's end, around 2 a.m. Note: because everyone could be a somebody, you receive superb service from everyone – whether they're passing around sandwiches or serving you a nitrogen-infused cocktail. In fact, serving alcohol is an art. There were Moët vending machines and Lindt/Grey Goose cocktails that looked like chem class experiments.
Fighting frizz, or losing the battle with the bobby pin dam in the back of your head? No need to bring your hairdresser everywhere you go. Stroll on up to any of the beauty touch up booths, like the Moroccanoil suite, which offered everything from massages with glitter oil to blowout refreshes and style tweaks.
Also cool: the washroom suites are fashioned out of fancy trailers. Because the event was built on a mud pit that some party planner said "felt like a greenhouse during the day,” there were no available facilities so things like toilets had to be transported to the event.
There are SO many after parties, and celebs tend to go all out. Apparently, the first hour of the party is the "golden hour" when the buzz from the awards show hasn't worn off – and it peters out from there. Some celebs are contractually obliged to appear at these events, even if it's just to have their photo taken and say a few hellos. Some cut through in less than an hour (Kerry Washington); others stayed until the wee, wee hours (Cuba Gooding Jr.).
The takeaway? Life is better when you are a celebrity.
We have an unconfirmed case of the 7 year itch striking Hollywood, following reports that Girls actress Jemima Kirke and her husband have called it quits.
The pair—who Kirke recently revealed met in rehab—have been married since 2009, and according to Us Weekly, have been estranged since the summer of last year.
There's been no official word from the pair, but various outlets are reporting that Kirke's husband, 39 year old Michael Mosberg, has been spotted on the celeb-only dating app Raya (other sorta-famous users include John Mayer and Chelsea Handler).
Kirke and Mosberg have two kids together—a daughter aged 6 and son aged 4—along with Mosberg's two children from a previous relationship.
Katherine Heigl at a party in Hollywood this summer. Image by: Getty
Proof you can keep some things secret in Hollywood if you want to.
Katherine Heigl and Josh Kelley are the proud parents of a baby boy – for almost a month now! The parents, who welcomed son Joshua Bishop Kelley Jr. on Dec. 20, just confirmed the happy news to People Magazine. The Grey's Anatomy star and her musician husband also have two daughters, Adalaide, 4, and Naleigh, 8.
Heigl had previously said that the pregnancy was a surprise. (Both their daughters are adopted.) "We’ve known for awhile that we wanted to add to our family and frankly didn’t really care how we chose to do that. We were considering adoption again, fostering, or pregnancy if possible. Seeing as I have never been pregnant and as my OB/GYN reminded me last year, I’m of advanced maternal age, I wasn’t sure pregnancy was even in the cards for us. Turns out it was very much in the cards!"