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'Dreamgirls,' 'Ugly Betty' Win Big at Globes

Jennifer Hudson, Meryl Streep and America Ferrera saw some of their dreams come true Monday night at the 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards.

In addition to “Dreamgirls” taking home the top honor for Best Comedy or Musical, two of the film’s stars, Jennifer Hudson and Eddie Murphy, took home Globes.

“This goes far beyond everything I could have ever imagined,” Hudson said while accepting her award. “You know how much this does for my confidence.”

Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett’s latest labor of love, “Babel,” snagged the Best Drama award.

America’s favorite Thursday night hit, “Grey’s Anatomy,” walked away with the award for Best Television Drama.

While at the podium accepting her Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical award for “The Devil Wears Prada,” Meryl Streep admitted, “I think I’ve worked with everyone in the room…. It's been such a fun year to watch movies because of you gals.”

The Globes also marked a magical night for America Ferrera and the cast of “Ugly Betty.” The ABC freshman hit shocked everyone, beating out “Desperate Housewives,” “Entourage,” “Weeds” and “The Office” for the award.

“Ugly Betty” herself beat out a handful of TV veterans, including Felicity Huffman and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. "I'm so sorry. I'm such a mess right now," America said while tearfully accepting her trophy.

Kyra Sedgwick snagged the award for her role in “The Closer,” while Hugh Laurie, walked away with a Best Actor in a TV Drama award for “House.”

"I am speechless,” Laurie said. “I am literally without a speech.”

Forest Whitaker won Best Actor in a Drama, while Sasha Baron Cohen, a.k.a. Borat, won Best Actor for a Comedy or Musical.

"Thank you to everybody in America who has not sued me so far,” Cohen joked.

Helen Mirren was a double winner Monday night. She took home awards for Best Actress in a Drama for "The Queen" and Best Actress in a Miniseries or Movie for "Elizabeth I."

For all the details on the Golden Globes, tune in to “Extra” on Tuesday!

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