Golden Globes Red Carpet: A Look At The Fashion

Co-host Sandra Oh took home the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Drama, becoming the first Asian woman to win multiple Golden Globes.

Lead actor honors went to Christian Bale for his portrayal of Dick Cheney in Vice (a rare expected win) and Rami Malek for Bohemian Rhapsody, for the drama and comedy/musical sections respectively.

"Thank you to 20th Century Fox, you believed in us".

Yvonne Strahovski, nominated for her supporting performance in the TV drama series The Handmaid's Tale, added to Australia's barren night when Sharp Objects' Patricia Clarkson claimed the prize.

"Green Book", arguably the night's biggest victor, also took best screenplay and best supporting actor for Mahershala Ali. In a touching speech, the Killing Eve actress said: "Oh my God!"

Bohemian Rhapsody was a surprise victor of the Motion Picture - Drama prize, given its lacklustre reception from critics upon its cinematic release.

The Globes, which got underway at 5:00 pm (0100 GMT Monday), is the only awards show where alcohol is served, usually ensuring a more colourful affair than showbiz's other big nights.

Few nominees were considered more of a sure thing than Lady Gaga as best actress in a drama.

The show's hosts, Oh and Samberg, mostly avoided politics in their opening comments.

"I have no idea what is happening", she said, looking stunned (or maybe just mock-stunned) upon returning to her hosting duties, her Golden Globe still in her hand.

"I have to thank my mom and my family", he continued.

On the television side of the night, Netflix and FX tied for most awards won, with FX's The Americans winning for best drama series and the Assassination of Gianni Versace winning best limited series.

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the group that organizes the ceremony, selected a somewhat diverse and politically charged field of nominees. These included Alfonso Cuaron's heartfelt Roma and civil rights dramedy Green Book. Since many of us can't be bothered with the awards anyway (especially when numerous shows aren't aired locally yet), we thought it'd be more entertaining to focus on the amusing stuffs instead.

There were so many unbelievable conversations and speeches about women in film this year.

Carol Burnett and Jeff Bridges were both awarded lifetime achievement Golden Globes.

  • Kyle Peterson