The 72nd annual award ceremony was hosted by flawless double act, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. It's not the first time the ladies have played this gig, so they were well-prepared to drop a few controversial quips.
A Bill Cosby joke was slipped in, as the number of women accusing Mr Huxtable of rape/sexual assault is still growing. Poehler joked, ‘In ‘Into the Woods’, Cinderella runs from her prince, Rapunzel is thrown from a tower for her prince, and Sleeping Beauty just thought she was getting coffee with Bill Cosby.’
Kind of awkward.
Boyhood won best drama motion picture and best director thanks to Richard Linklater, with The Grand Budapest Hotel winning best musical motion picture. Well deserved. Eddie Redmayne and Michael Keaton won best actors for their work in ‘The Theory of Everything’ and ‘Birdman’, with Julianne Moore (Still Alice) and Amy Adams (Big Eyes) winning best actresses.
In the television awards, The Affair won best drama – over Game of Thrones, really? And Transparent won best comedy – again, really? Orange Is The New Black, surely. Everyone’s got a love for Alex Vause that shall never die.
Kevin Spacey won his first Golden Globe for House of Cards after being nominated eight times before… and then swore during his acceptance speech.
Orange Is The New Black didn’t win anything, which is deeply upsetting. Jessica Lange didn’t even get best actress for American Horror Story but props to Joanne Froggatt for best supporting actress for Downton Abbey and Maggie Gyllenhaal for best mini-series actress in The Honourable Woman.
Now the applause is out the way, there's room for the best stuff. The Golden Globes provided us with some hilarious celebrity moments.
Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig presenting the best screenplay award was enough to get people pleading for a Hader-Wiig hosting duo next year. Sorry Fey.
And then there was THAT J-Lo joke. Please note this clip is a remix. And there is swearing.
And then Benedict Cumberbatch didn’t let his photo bombing fans down. Remember his photo bomb at the Oscars last year?
Well here’s Benedict at it again. Don't ask me what picture he's ruining, but it appears to be Meryl Streep posing with a fake DPRK official.
Finally, you can't forget Christine Teigen’s crying face, which is now an internet meme. This was her reacting to the news that her husband, John Legend, had just a Golden Globe for the song ‘Glory’ in Selma.
That probably wasn't as good as being at the Golden Globes, but at least you'll be in on the joke when your office friends attempt a shit impresson of Kristen Wiig's impression of Robert De Niro.