From tears to tiffs to testy teleprompters, here are our 12 most memorable moments from last night’s Golden Globe Awards.
1. Awards co-host Tina Fey, on Gravity: “It’s the story of how George Clooney would rather float away into space and die than spend one more minute with a woman his own age.”
2. Jacqueline Bisset's long, meandering walk to the stage followed by her longer and even more meandering acceptance speech, punctuated with pauses, weird tangents and a lot of crying. She set the show's tone of head-scratching weirdness early on. Perez Hilton tweeted: “If you give anyone over the age of 68 an award, you can't expect them to give a brief acceptance speech!”
3. Wolf of Wall Street stars Jonah Hill and Margot Robbie getting derailed when their teleprompter displayed the wrong script. Hill immediately revealed to the audience what was going on, and was handed a piece of paper with the proper script.
4. The ongoing mock animosity directed by hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler towards Julia Louis-Dreyfus, whom they accused of ditching her fellow TV comrades to sit with the cool people in the film nominee section.
5. Amy Poehler getting a shoulder rub from U2’s Bono when the nominees for best actress in a comedy series were read out – and then making out with him when she won for Parks and Recreation.
6. Emma Thompson walking on stage to present an award, with her excruciatingly uncomfortable shoes in one hand and a martini in the other.
7. Diane Keaton accepting the Cecil B. DeMille Award on behalf of Woody Allen, with a speech that was equal parts inspiring and bizarre. Oh yeah, and it included singing.
8. Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul letting out an enthusiastic, Jesse Pinkman-esque, “Yeah, b----!” during the cast’s acceptance for best TV drama.
9. Amy Poehler, on Matt Damon: “Matt, on any other night in any other room you’d be a big deal. But tonight – and don’t take this the wrong way – you are basically a garbage person.”
10. Presenter Jim Carrey making the easy, if topical, dig: “Dying is easy. Comedy is hard. I believe it was Shia LaBeouf who said that.”
11. Saturday Night Live’s Seth Meyers and Modern Family’s Julie Bowen remarking on their lack of Golden Globe nominations, and offering to prostitute themselves to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
12. Best actress winner Cate Blanchett remarking on the music that plays off award recipients who are taking too long: “Do the people at home hear this music, or do they suddenly think you’re getting really fast because you’re having a panic attack?”