Golden Globe Nominations Announced

Steven Spielberg's Lincoln leads the Golden Globe nominations and INSIDE EDITION has the scoop on who else made the list.

There was funny business at 5:30 in the morning from Hangover star Ed Helms announcing the nominations for the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards.

Helms walked on stage in a suit and said, "I'm a little embarrassed. I'm still in my pajamas."

Helms continued with the jokes, mangling the pronounciation of Les Misérables. 

He was joined by Megan Fox and Jessica Alba, who are always camera ready, no matter how early it is.
Steven Spielberg's Lincoln got the most nominations, with seven including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor for Daniel Day-Lewis.

Spielberg is going against Ben Affleck, nominated for Best Director for his film Argo, which received five nominations.

The show will be hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, who are also both nominated for Best Actress in a TV comedy.

Sofia Vergara gets her third straight nomination for Modern Family.

And NBC's Smash is nominated for Best TV Musical and that's music to the ears of star Katharine McPhee who told INSIDE EDITION, "It's really wonderful to be nominated and I do love coming to work every day."