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Twitter enlists stars to live-tweet the Golden Globes

We wrote about E!’s coverage of the Golden Globes. Now the stars themselves are covering the show – using social TV. This year, Twitter has enlisted actors and directors in attendance at the Beverly Hilton Hotel to live-tweet the awards ceremony and to share red carpet photos, backstage happenings, and for those celebrities unable to score an invite – thoughts from their couches.

With a more laid-back setting compared to other high-profile award shows, the Golden Globes is a perfect opportunity for celebrities to engage with fans before, during, and after the telecast. Twitter has even designed a hub for the “official live-tweeting cast”:.

The official hashtags are #goldenglobes and #globesparty, and here are the celebrities to follow tonight:

Julia Louis-Dreyfus @OfficialJLD - Nominee for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series
David Spade - @DavidSpade
Sofia Vergara - @SofiaVergara  - Nominee for Modern Family
Hayden Panettiere - @haydenpanettier - Nominee for Nashville
Megan Hilty - @meganhilty - Star of nominee Smash
Audrina Patridge - @AudrinaPatridge
Nina Garcia - @NinaGarcia
Omar Epps –  @omarepps
Camila Alves - @iamcamilaalves
Marlon Wayons - @MARLONLWAYANS
Retta - @unfoRETTAble
Todd Barry - @ToddBarry
Krista Smith - @KristaSmith
Ra Ra Riot - @rarariot
Christos Decades @ChristosDecades
George Kotsiopoulos - @GeorgeKotsi
Maria Menounos - @mariamenounos
Tyler James Williams - @TylerJamesWill
Shanola Hampton - @ShanolaHampton
Katee Sackhoff –  @kateesackhoff

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