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LGBT Celebrities At Golden Globes

By Charlotte Robinson, January 14, 2014

At the 2nd Annual "Gold Meets Golden" Event A-List celebrities celebrated the best of sport, film & television at the ultimate intersection of Olympic athletics & Hollywood. Held within the NBC Universal Golden Globes After Party the event was attended by celebrities including; Hayden Panettiere, Kerry Washington, Chris Hemsworth, Sofia Vergara, Matthew McConaughey, Jessica Chastain, Jason Collins, Nate Berkus, Seth Meyers, Frank Marshall & Ryan Kavanaugh who all celebrated with the Olympians. Some of the highlights of the event included Taylor Swift chatting with to-be Sochi Olympic freeskiier Nick Goepper about their mutual love for downhill speed; Sofia Vergara asked advice from her family on how to spell "Olympians" as she wrote a message of support to the Sochi team; Kerry Washington telling Nadia Comeneci, Mary Lou Retton, Greg Louganis & Jackie Joyner-Kersee that they were inspirations in her life & career; Mike Tyson & Orlando Bloom holding & inquiring about Olympic medals brought to the carpet by Tim Morehouse; a red-carpet reunion of Greg Louganis & Mario Lopez who once portrayed him in his life story; Jimmy Fallon exclaiming that the "Olympians are Awesome!" on the red carpet, Seth Myers delivering a heart-felt message to the athletes of the Sochi 2014 Games which he said he will also be attending in February. United for Equality in Sports & Entertainment (UESE) equality champions Jason Collins, Nate Berkus & Caitlin Cahow, Olympian & Presidential select U.S. Delegate to Sochi Winter Olympics chatted with David McFarland Founder & CEO of the LGBT org about the state of Equality in Sports.
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