Fox’s hit high school show choir series Glee may be on hiatus until April, but the love for Finn, Rachel, Kurt and and the rest of the gang of musical outcasts won’t be dying down anytime soon. Nominees for the 67th Golden Globe Awards were announced this morning, and Glee hit a high note by sweeping up the most TV nods with four.
The hour-long program nabbed nominations for Best Television Series—Musical Or Comedy, Best Performance By An Actress In A Television Series—Musical Or Comedy (for Lea Michele), Best Performance By An Actor In A Television Series—Musical Or Comedy (Matthew Morrison) and Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role In A Series, Mini-Series Or Motion Picture Made For Television (Jane Lynch).
Kudos also to Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O for snagging a nomination in the Best Original Score—Motion Picture category, for Where The Wild Things Are. This comes only a week after she earned a belated Grammy nod.
Catch the rest of the Golden Globe music nominees after the jump.
BEST ORIGINAL SONG—MOTION PICTURE
“Cinema Italiano” from Nine
Music & Lyrics By: Maury Yeston
“I See You” from Avatar
Music By: James Horner and Simon Franglen
Lyrics By: James Horner, Simon Franglen and Kuk Harrell
“I Want To Come Home” from Everybody’s Fine
Music & Lyrics By: Paul McCartney
“The Weary Kind (Theme From Crazy Heart)” from Crazy
Music & Lyrics By: Ryan Bingham and T Bone Burnett
“Winter” from Brothers
Music By: U2
Lyrics By: Bono
BEST ORIGINAL SCORE—MOTION PICTURE
Up composed by Michael Giacchino
The Informant! composed by Marvin Hamlisch
Avatar composed by James Horner
A Single Man composed by Abel Korzeniowski
Where The Wild Things Are composed by Karen O and Carter Burwell
The Golden Globe Awards will air January 17 at 8 p.m. on NBC. Here’s Justin Timberlake reading off some of the other nominees this morning:
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