Everything Sandra Oh
From her hilarious opening monologue to her history-making Best Actress award, Sunday night was Sandra Oh's night. The Canadian actress' work on "Killing Eve" earned her Best Performance in a Television Series – Drama.
From One Freddie To Another
Rami Malek pays tribute to the late Freddie Mercury when accepting the award for Best Performance in a Motion Picture – Drama. "Thank you, you beautiful man" Malek praises.
'Game Of Thrones'
HBO whets the appetite of fans with a brief, seconds-long teaser from the final season of "Game of Thrones". The one-minute video also features brief glimpses of "Watchmen" and "Big Little Lies".
Taylor Swift In The House!
Taylor Swift makes an unexpected appearance at the 76th Golden Globes alongside her upcoming "Cats" co-star, actor and soon-to-be Coachella DJ Idris Elba.
'Aloha' Emma Stone
Sandra Oh throws hilarious shade during her opening monologue at the 2019 Golden Globes. Oh celebrates the success of "Crazy Rich Asians" while mocking whitewashed movies like "Ghost in the Shell" and "Aloha". Suddenly, "Aloha" star Emma Stone yells "I'm sorry" from the crowd.
Christian Bale's Muse
Christian Bale thanks "Satan for the inspiration" when accepting his Golden Globe award for his role as Dick Cheney in "Vice", with a quirky and charming speech.
We Love Carol Burnett
Carol Burnett is just the sweetest when accepting her lifetime achievement award.
“I catch myself daydreaming about being young again and doing it all over, and then I bring myself up short when I realize how incredibly fortunate I was to be there at the right time,” she shares. “Because what we did then, it couldn’t be done today.”
We Don't Deserve Jeff Bridges
Jeff Bridges is the best friend everyone wishes for. The legendary actor takes a charming walk down memory lane while accepting the Cecil B. DeMille Award.
Olivia Colman's 'B**ches'
"The Favourite" actress Olivia Colman is an absolute gem. She thanks her "b**ches" Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz when accepting her award for Best Performance in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.
Glenn Close's Shocker
Many expected Lady Gaga's work in "A Star Is Born" to clinch the actress award for Best Performance in a Motion Picture – Drama. It came as a surprise to many when Glenn Close's work in "The Wife" was granted top prize. Close herself was shellshocked when her name was announced.
“We have to follow our dreams," Close exclaims. "We have to say, ‘I can do that and I should do that.'"
The Marriage Proposal
Forget the Primetime Emmys, this is the real marriage proposal of the decade. Maya Rudolph amusingly proposes to Amy Poehler. Their comedic, and apparently romantic, chemistry has people calling for them to host the Oscars.