Sofia Vergara, Zooey Deschanel, Mila Kunis, George Clooney and Some Studio City Locals at the Globes [PHOTOS]

Also Amy Poehler, Madonna, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Johnny Depp and a stunning photo gallery of your neighbors at the Golden Globes.

tweeted on her way to the Golden Globes that her fingernails are dressed well, writing: "I am wearing a gown but my nails are wearing tuxedos!!!" (see the photo of the Twitpix above). She went to the awards show, which she is nominated for, from her Studio City house with her sister.

"I'm so thrilled to be here with my sister," she told as she arrived in Beverly Hills, wearing a classy Prada dress.

was quipping with her fellow Modern Family co-star . Not only are the two of them on the show together, but they are both Studio City residents and frequent shoppers in the area.

"I worked out twice a week to get into shape and into this dress, I'm glad it zips up," said Sofia, who was wearing Vera Wang and Harry Winston jewelry and was breathtaking. One person tweeted that she looked like "a gorgeous midnight blue mermaid."

Local resident looked great, as did s latest squeeze , who you can catch jogging Fryman Canyon every morning. 

Kunis got a lot of good tweets, such as: "Mila is SMOKIN' hot in the black Dior gown. It doesn't get much sexier than that, folks."

On the way in, Clooney said, "It's nice to be around when people are nice to you. I am having fun."

was a bit subdued on the red carpet. She shoots her show at the in Studio City. Someone tweeted: "Amy Poehler is wearing what Leslie Knope would wear to the #GoldenGlobes."

 tweets are in the photo gallery as well as other photos.

From the Huffington Post:

George Clooney took home his third career Golden Globe on Sunday, winning Best Actor, Drama for his role in "The Descendants." He starred in the Alexander Payne-directed film as Matt King, a man struggling to navigate fatherhood through a storm of bad news.

His problems are myriad: King finds out that his comatose wife, who is slowly dying after a surfing accident, had an affair; he has to make a decision over the impending sale of his family's inherited Hawaiian land; and he has very little idea how to interact with his kids.

An understated performance, Clooney's ability to anchor the film and keep it grounded wowed the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, and puts him in lead position amongst the Best Actor Oscar contenders going into next month's Academy Awards.

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Here is a complete list of winners of the 69th annual Golden Globe
Awards, which were presented tonight at the Beverly Hilton.

Best Motion Picture - Drama
   -- ``The Descendants''

Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical
   -- ``The Artist''

Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama
   -- Meryl Streep, ``The Iron Lady''

Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama
   -- George Clooney, ``The Descendants''

Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical
   -- Michelle Williams, ``My Week With Marilyn''

Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical
   -- Jean Dujardin, ``The Artist''

Best Animated Feature Film
   -- ``The Adventures of Tintin''

Best Foreign Language Film
   -- ``A Separation'' (Iran)

Best Supporting Actress
   -- Octavia Spencer, ``The Help''

Best Supporting Actor
   -- Christopher Plummer, ``Beginners''

Best Director
   -- Martin Scorsese, ``Hugo''

Best Screenplay
   -- Woody Allen, ``Midnight in Paris''

Best Original Score
   -- Ludovic Bource, ``The Artist''

Best Original Song
   -- ``Masterpiece,'' music and lyrics by Madonna, Julie Frost and Jimmy
Harry (''W.E.'')

Best Television Series - Drama
   -- ``Homeland''

Best Actress in a Television Series - Drama
   -- Claire Danes, ``Homeland''

Best Actor in a Television Series - Drama
   -- Kelsey Grammer, ``Boss''

Best Television Series - Comedy
   -- ``Modern Family''

Best Actress in a Television Series - Comedy/Musical
   -- Laura Dern, ``Enlightened''

Best Actor in a Television Series - Comedy/Musical
   -- Matt LeBlanc, ``Episodes''

Best Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television
   -- ``Downton Abbey''

Best Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television
   -- Kate Winslet, ``Mildred Pierce''

Best Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television
   -- Idris Elba, ``Luther''

Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for
   -- Jessica Lange, ``American Horror Story''

Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for
   -- Peter Dinklage, ``Game of Thrones''

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