Mandy Moore is nominated for her work on NBC's "This Is Us." She is not the other Mandy Moore.Thanks to the elaborate dance number opening&nbsp;tonight's Golden Globes, the ceremony will feature the work of more Mandy Moores than you can shake a stick at.Which is to say, two.&nbsp;Jimmy Fallon's elaborate song and dance number was choreographed by one Moore, while another Moore is waiting in the wings to present.You may remember the Mandy Moore pictured above from her first career as a pop music star in the late '90s/early aughts. Her first album, "So Real," went platinum, and she's sold over 10 million albums worldwide.&nbsp;Since first breaking onto the scene, Moore has transitioned from singing to acting, voicing the lead character in Disney's "Tangled" and appearing opposite Anne Hathaway in "The Princess Diaries."&nbsp;In 2016, Moore returned to prominence with her emotional role on NBC's time-jumping family drama "This Is Us." She's nominated tonight for supporting actress in a series, miniseries, or motion picture for TV.Mandy Moore choreographed "La La Land." She is not the other Mandy Moore.This Mandy Moore played an integral role in the creation of awards season favorite "La La Land," choreographing the film, including its show-stopping opening number.Choreographer Moore is Emmy-nominated for her work on Fox's "So You Think You Can Dance" and is helping to choreograph this evening's ceremony.There is, however, only one Tom Ford.