A Roundup Of All The Golden Globes' Top Moments

A Roundup Of All The Golden Globes' Top Moments
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The 74th annual Golden Globes were held in Beverly Hills last night, and if you didn't tune in, you missed an epic ceremony. Here's a quick recap of everything you should know about: the good, the bad, and the Trump-y.

The red carpet was crawling with stunners.

You get on the Best Dressed list! And YOU get on the Best Dressed list! Everyone gets on the Best Dressed list!

People kept mixing up "Hidden Figures" and "Fences."

"Hidden Fences" isn't a thing.

Host Jimmy Fallon *tried* to burn PEOTUS Donald Trump in his monologue.

But people had a hard time forgetting that Fallon helped normalize Trump during his campaign. 

Donald Glover gave a shout-out to Migos' "Bad and Boujee" after winning a Globe for Best Comedy Series.

(The Atlanta creator/star, who raps under the moniker Childish Gambino, also won an award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series — Musical or Comedy.)

Glover's speech led to the creation of this incredible video, because the internet is wonderful sometimes.

​Tracee Ellis Ross became the first black woman to win in her Golden Globe category in 35 years.

"This is for all of the women, women of color, and colorful people whose stories, ideas, thoughts are not always considered worthy and valid and important," the Black-ish actress said in her acceptance speech. "But I want you to know that I see you. We see you." 

Also, THIS:

Ryan Reynolds and Andrew Garfield shared a passionate smooch as Ryan Gosling accepted his award.

Gosling beat Reynolds out for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy — but let's be real, Garfield is the real winner here.

"La La Land" raked in seven awards, becoming the most awarded film in Golden Globe history.

Per BuzzFeed, the film took home awards for:

  • Best Motion Picture Comedy or Musical
  • Best Actor in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical (Ryan Gosling)
  • Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical (Emma Stone)
  • Best Director (Damien Chazelle)
  • Best Screenplay (Damien Chazelle)
  • Best Original Song ("City of Stars")

Meryl Streep delivered a brilliant speech defending foreigners, Hollywood, and journalists.

Streep also called out Trump (without mentioning him by name), deeming his campaign one of the most powerful performances of the year — but not because it was good.

"When the powerful use their position to bully others, we all lose," Streep said as she accepted her lifetime achievement award.

Trump lashed out on Twitter early Monday morning, calling Streep "one of the most over-rated (sic) actresses in Hollywood."

Sigh.

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