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Friday, December 19, 2003
Golden Globe Reactions

They're among a galaxy of stars still in a Golden Globe orbit, and few of the nominees were enjoying the dizzy heights more than Charlize Theron.

Charlize tells "Extra" that she is on cloud nine after being nominated as best movie actress for her starring role in "Monster." She says, "I'm waiting any moment for someone to just kind of wake me up from this."

So was TV favorite Bonnie Hunt who was celebrating her nomination as best comedy series actress in "Life with Bonnie." She says, "I've done this for such a long time and Iíve had so many cancelled shows, it gives my show a chance to stay on the air and that's really nice for all the people who work on it."

Meanwhile, TV doc stars Julian McMahon and Dylan Walsh were cutting up over the nomination of "Nip/Tuck" as best drama series. Walsh says, "It was kind of a relief in a way because there's a lot of anticipation. You don't expect it, but it was just thrilling."

But a double-whammy TV success leaves Brian Grazer in what you could call a beautiful bind. The Oscar-winning producer of "A Beautiful Mind" is now up for two TV Golden Globes, for best comedy series with "Arrested Development" and best drama series with "24." He says, "I was shocked that both shows got nominated."

Now Brian doesn't know which one he wants to win most. He says, "It is a gift. It's a very unconventional moment that would happen."

And it would be even more unconventional if they both end up winning.

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