There's less than a week to go now before the annual Golden Globe Awards -- nominations have been announced, the menu has been previewed and stars are likely choosing what to wear on the red carpet (and perhaps jotting down an acceptance speech, just in case).
So before the awards ceremony bows on Sunday, ET Online rounded up five Golden Globes flashback moments, each spotlighting a winner or nominee at the ceremony.
Globes Flashback '94: Julia Louis-Dreyfus
After winning the outstanding supporting actress award for her role on "Seinfeld," Louis-Dreyfus told ET why she high-tailed it to the stage to accept the honor.
"Well, I won an award and I didn't want anyone to take it away. So I ran and I grabbed it before anybody else took," she said with a laugh.
She is nominated at this year's Globes for her role on the HBO series "Veep."
Globes Flashback '95: Glenn Close
Close received her first Golden Globe Award in 1995, for playing Queen Eleanor in a TV-movie remake of "The Lion in Winter."
"It's great," she said after winning the best actress honor. "I'm so happy because it was such an amazing experience. It was just total joy from beginning to end." Close would go on to win her second Golden Globe in 2008, for "Damages."
Globes Flashback '95: Claire Danes
Before she was tracking down terrorists (and winning awards) as CIA analyst Carrie Mathison on "Homeland," Danes was a teenage Golden Globe winner. At 15 years old, she won a Globe for her role on "My So-Called Life." In the clip below, she speaks in the press room about the critically-acclaimed show's trouble gaining viewers.
Along with winning at the 2012 Golden Globes for "Homeland," she also won a Globe in 2011 for her role in the HBO film "Temple Grandin."
Globes Flashback '98: Julianne Moore
Moore, who is nominated this year for playing Sarah Palin in HBO's "Game Change," received her first Golden Globe nomination in 1998 for "Boogie Nights."
"I loved the script and I loved the part and I was so gratified to be able to do it, but I never thought it would be like this," she said of the film's critical reception.
Moore didn't win, but she did tell ET that attending the Globes ceremony that evening would be the longest period of time she had yet been away from her then-six-week-old son.
Globes Flashback '11: Steve Buscemi
Buscemi was nominated for his first Golden Globe in 2002 for "Ghost World," but he didn't walk away with the statuette until 2011, when he won for playing Nucky Thompson on "Boardwalk Empire."
"I'm just glad that the show is getting attention and that people are watching," Buscemi told ET at a Globes after-party, adding, "I can't wait to get back to work though."
Buscemi is nominated again this year for his "Boardwalk" role, for the third consecutive year.
The 70th annual Golden Globes will be handed out Sunday in a ceremony airing live at 8 p.m. ET on NBC, with Amy Poehler and Tina Fey co-hosting.
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