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In case you missed it: Best of the Golden Globes

In case you missed it: Best of the Golden Globes

| On 18, Jan 2014

The 2014 Golden Globes have come and gone in spectacular fashion.

Amy Poehler and Tina Fey once again joined forces to make the night one for the history books.

This year’s Golden Globes drew the biggest audience in 10 years, with 20.9 million viewers tuning in to see the fashion, the hilarious low-blows on our favourite celebrities, and of course the winners.

In case you missed it, here is a quick rundown on the best wins and memorable moments.

Leonardo DiCaprio won ‘Best Actor in a Motion Picture’ for his performance in The Wolf of Wall Street. No one was more surprised than DiCaprio himself that a comedy film won him his first Golden Globe in nine years.

Jennifer Lawrence reminded us why we love her in her acceptance speech for ‘Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture’, American Hustle. Yes she was awkward, yes she spoke extremely fast and yes she was great.

12 Years a Slave deservedly took out the ‘Best Drama Motion Picture’, while American Hustle won ‘Best Motion Picture for Comedy or Musical’.

(Source: www.marieclaire.co.uk )

(Source: www.marieclaire.co.uk )

 

Breaking Bad claimed rightful ownership of the Golden Globe for ‘Best Television Series’, with Aaron Paul (Jesse Pinkman) summarising the win with a ‘Yeah, Bitch’. Perfection.

Bryan Cranston also took home another Globe for his performance as Walter White, winning ‘Best Actor in a Television Series’.

(Source: www.dailymail.co.uk )

(Source: www.dailymail.co.uk )

Amy Poehler topped off her night with a win for ‘Best Actress in a Comedy Series’ (Parks and Recreation), while also claiming the title of the first Golden Globes host to win whilst hosting.

While a pre-award massage and post-award smooch between Poehler and Bono was not expected, it sure was appreciated by onlookers.

Notable mentions also go to Jonah Hill for recovering from a teleprompter malfunction, Amy Poehler for dressing as Tina Fey’s illegitimate son and Emma Thompson for ditching her shoes on stage.

The 2015 ceremony is set to be just as entertaining with Peohler and Fey returning as their dynamic duo to host the ceremony.

View the complete list of Golden Globe winners here.