Bing introduces a new resource center for Golden Globe, Grammy and Oscar awards

It’s the time of year when celebs get dolled up for the big awards shows and the rest of us are scrambling to watch their movies and fill out brackets. (OK, maybe just some of us on that last one.) And to help us, Bing has launched an interactive online resource center for the 2014 Golden Globe, the Grammy and Oscar awards.

The site kicks off with the Golden Globe awards, which air live Jan. 12. As the Bing Search Blog reports, you’ll find background on the nominees, a glimpse into Golden Globes’ history, as well as ideas and tips for planning the perfect viewing party.

You can check out predictions on winners, based on the spikes in Bing searches following the nominee announcements.

For instance, following Bradley Coopers’ nomination for Golden Globe’s best supporting actor in “American Hustle,” he captured 90 percent of all the searches among the category’s nominees in December. Also, “American Hustle” and “The Wolf of Wall Street” are leading Bing searches amongst nominated movies.

Additional information and resources will flow to the site throughout the awards season, so be sure to bookmark the site and check back often. Read the Bing Search Blog for more information.

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Athima Chansanchai
Microsoft News Center Staff