If the Audi Pre-Golden Globes party is any indicator, folks will be dancing on the ceiling after the awards telecast (especially if DJ Michelle Pesce spins). On Sunday night, “Glee” faves Chord Overstreet and Damian McGinty led the dancing at Cecconi’s in WeHo.
Also seen on the dance floor were those Globes contenders from “The Help,” including Viola Davis, Tate Taylor and Octavia Spencer. They schmoozed with fellow nominees Johnny Galecki, Thomas Jane and Callie Thorne.
The Audi folks turned the front parking lot into a large playroom, where Navid Negahban mused on his good success with nommed “Homeland,” in which he plays real-life terrorist Abu Nazir.
“Whenever I travel outside of the States, I get stopped at customs, with the security guys looking at me like, ‘Hey, where do I know you from?’ ” Negahban said with a laugh. “They start to detain me, then I explain that I am not a terrorist, I only play one on the best show on TV. And if we win the Golden Globe, maybe that will make it easier to explain next time I travel!”