2. Jennife Lawrence. She’s really been something to expect at every award show in 2013 ever since her Oscar win and subsequent… err… stage dive straight afterwards. Typically, a J-Law sighting at an award show goes like this. You see her. You admire the outfit. You laugh at her casual and funny demeanor during interviews. You scratch your head for five minutes afterwards. Let’s hope she finds Skittles in her pockets again tonight.

Jennifer Lawrence, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Premiere
Jennifer Lawrence: So cool, she can even make you like this dress.

3. A final bow by Breaking Bad. 2013 has been, without a doubt, the year of Brian Cranston and Aaron Paul. The entire internet population will gasp in shock if the duo don’t get to walk on-stage to accept the award for Best TV Series, Drama.

Brian Cranston, Aaron Paul, Breaking Bad Final Episode Premiere
Breaking Bad has been everywhere in 2013. It has to win, right?

4. Chiwetel Ejiofor. So 12 Years A Slave Happened. Anyone who has seen the film, or spent more than five minutes online in the past year, should expect Ejiofor to walk away with the Best Actor award.

Chiwetel Ejiofor, 12 Years A Slave Still
12 Years A Slave is the harrowing story of a free man kidnapped and sold into slavery. Also, probably a Golden Globe winner.

5. Sandra Bullock, Gravity, Best Actress award. Need we say more? Hopefully the surprise isn’t ruined, but in case you were one of the five people in the world watching the Globes for the awards and not the fashion, comedy, everything else, don’t worry – there are twenty-five awards, in categories across film and television, up for grabs tonight.

Sandra Bullock, Gravity Still
Sandra Bullock has had some ups and downs in 2013, but Gravity has been lauded as Oscar and by extention Golden Globe-worthy.