Not only are the Golden Globes known for being boozily playful, they also give us some of the most buzz-worthy moments in awards history. Just in case you missed it, below are the some of the most memorable and off-the-cuff moments of the night!
The show’s host Ricky Gervais had a few things to get off his chest during his monologue. In addition to announcing that this would be his last year hosting, he served some serious shade towards Hollywood heavyweights and their relationships with major corps like Disney and Amazon, and even their affiliations with the late Jeffrey Epstein.
There was a Beyoncé sighting at the Golden Globes that sent the internet over the edge—especially considering that she and her hubby Jay-Z showed up fashionably late and skipped the red carpet. However, Queen Bey made headlines when she was spotted sitting down during Joaquin Phoenix’s standing ovation.
Beyoncé sitting during the standing ovation for Joaquin Phoenix’s win is the type of energy I want to see from everyone in 2020 pic.twitter.com/EJD8uq4mHq
— Sam Stryker (@sbstryker) January 6, 2020
After accepting the Cecil B. DeMille Award, Tom Hanks touched hearts with a tearful speech about the love for his family, his humble beginnings and his scandal-free decades-long career. “A man is blessed with a family sitting down front like that, a wife who is fantastic in every way, who has taught me what love is,” he said.
Jennifer Aniston proved that she’s the most supportive Ex anybody could have! She was seen smirkin’ it up during her ex-husband Brad Pitt’s acceptance speech for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture for his role in “Once Upon a Time in … Hollywood.” She would later deliver a call-to-action from Russell Crowe who won Best Performance by an actor in a limited series or motion picture made for television but couldn’t attend because of the Australian brush fires.
Jennifer Aniston read his acceptance speech which called for action against climate change. https://t.co/9S2a0oRaU4 pic.twitter.com/rcAFTEVjfX
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) January 6, 2020
Below is a full list of last night’s winner, and stay tuned for tomorrow’s Dish Nation for a full recap!