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Golden Globes 2012 Winner Predictions (Video)

Video: The Golden Globe Nominees We Want to Win!

The Golden Globes are Sunday, and even though there are plenty of deserving award nominees, we have one or two in mind that we're really rooting for. Take a look at our latest episode of The Buzz With Becky and Shannon, as our editors share the films, shows, and stars they want to win this weekend!

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Hi, Rebecca Kirsch from Buzz Sugar, and on this week's episode of the Buzz, we're talking about the nominees we hope will win at the Golden Globes this Sunday. Shannon's out this week covering the Winter TCA, so I'm here in San Francisco holding down the fort as we head into the Golden Globes. It should be a really interesting race this year. Last year we saw the same winners over and over again. You had the clear frontrunners like Christian Bale, Melissa Leo, and Natalie Portman. This year it's anyone's game. We've seen so many movies. We're gonna see award season veterans going up against new faces and I know there's gonna be some big surprises on Sunday. But if I had to throw my support to just one actor, I think it's gotta be Ryan Gosling. Do you find me attractive? He's been nominated for Crazy Stupid Love and for Ides of March. And even though my favorite movie of his is Drive, I just would love to see him get recognized. But I also asked our editors who they're rooting for. I really want Bridesmaids to win for best musical or comedy. I'm ready to pop! with the best of them. It would be awesome to see a women driven comedy pick up some awards, and that film made me laugh harder than I have in a really long time. I'm definitely routing for Claire Danes to win Best Actress for Homeland. One minute her character is having a total meltdown and the next she's every week it's just another amazing intense performance from Claire and she is so deserving. I'd love to see Brad Pitt recognized for Best Actor in a drama. There are rich teams and there are poor Then there's 50 feet of crap. And then there's us. He was so charming in Money Ball, and it was such a passion project for him, it'd be fun to all his hard work pay off. I'm rooting for Downton Abbey in the Best Miniseries category, because I love looking at the way the English lived right around the time of World War II. They have top notch production values and the plot line is so engrossing. Downtown Abby has also already won an Emmy so I'm hoping that they can win again in the same category. pulling for Amy Poehler to win this year. I think she's hilarious in general, but she especially cracks me up on Parks and Recreation. There's nothing we can't do if we work hard, never sleep, and shirk all of the responsibility in our lives. You with me? She is just so funny even while playing this character that is super serious about her life so I really hope that she wins the Best Actress in a T comedy this year. I'm really routing for Tilda Swinton in the Best Actress category. I was blown away by her performance when I saw 'We need to talk about Kevin' at the Cannes Film Festival. And I thought she was a shoe in for awards. season. It's a really difficult movie to watch, but her performance is just outstanding. Now that you know who we're rooting for, tell us who you'd like to see win a Golden Globe this Sunday. I'm Becky and thanks for watching The Buzz.

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modelcitizen13 modelcitizen13 4 years
Ryan Gosling in Crazy Stupid Love. So different from the characters he usually plays and so well done. And sorry, Buzz, but Downton Abbey takes place in England around WWI, not WWII.
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