The only reason Ricky Gervais was invited back to host the Golden Globes for the fourth time was that producers hoped he would say wildly offensive; well, mission sort of accomplished. Introducing presenter Matt Damon, Gervais said, "The only person Ben Affleck hasn't been unfaithful to"
A journalist kept his eyes on his phone while asking Jennifer Lawrence a question during the press conference. The reporter had not even finished his question, but the actress suddenly interrupted, "You can't live your whole life behind your phone, bro. We're at the Golden Globes. If you put your phone down you'd know that."
The sun has set on the Golden Globes but people on social media cannot stop talking about it. From actor Leonardo DiCaprio's poker face fail with Lady Gaga to Tom Hanks' salute to Denzel Washington, here are 10 unforgettable moments from the show in tweets and GIFs
Idris Elba has had to pull out of the Golden Globe Awards due to an injury. The 43-year-old British actor, was nominated for Best Actor in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television for his role in Luther and Best Actor in a Supporting Role in any Motion Picture for Beasts of No Nation
It was the 10-second comment that Bryce Dallas Howard made about the origins of her dress that sent a ripple across social media and, perhaps, if we are lucky, landed like a reprimanding thud within the fashion industry. Packham had not created the dress just for Howard. It was not borrowed. Howard had purchased it
Hollywood's top stars looked glamorous on Sunday as they hit the Golden Globes red carpet in plenty of bling and sequins. Lady Gaga, a winner for her role in fright fest American Horror Story: Hotel, channeled Marilyn Monroe in a form-fitting black Versace gown, while Jennifer Lawrence, rocked a structured red column gown from Dior
The red carpet action at the Golden Globes is almost always a mixed bag of fabulous outfits and the what-was-she-thinkings. Cate Blanchett, Julianne Moore and Jennifer Lawrence looked pretty, while Michael Kors couldn't save the day for Kate Hudson. Natalie Dormer and Emilia Clarke both fared dismally on the red carpet
Ricky Gervais, returning as host for the 73rd Globes, set the tone for the night and called the Globe a "worthless" prize. "It's a bit of metal that some nice, old, confused journalists wanted to give you in person so they could meet you and have a selfie with you," he said
On the way to collect her award, Lady Gaga hilariously bumped into Leonardo, shoving his elbow out of the way. Leonardo appeared startled and gave Gaga's retreating back some side-eye. Luckily for those of us not invited to the celebrities-only event, social media offers plenty ringside views of how it happened
Ricky Gervais again proved his penchant for provocation as he returned as host of the Golden Globe Awards. "Shut up, you disgusting, pill-popping deviant scum!" he said by way of greeting the crowd. Ricky also poked fun at Olympic decathlon champion turned Hollywood celebrity Caitlyn Jenner
The Golden Globes just ended and The Revenant was the night's biggest winner, scoring Best Film (Drama), Best Film Actor (Drama) and Best Director. TV shows Mr Robot and Mozart In The Jungle won two Globes each - Best TV Series in the separate categories of Drama and Comedy/Musical
Brie Larson picked up the Golden Globe for Best Actress (Drama) for her role in Room. Brie defeated Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara nominated for lesbian drama film Carol, Saoirse Ronan of Brooklyn and Alicia Vikander of The Danish Girl, to win the honour