The biggest stars of television and film descended upon Beverly Hills, Calif. on Sunday evening (Jan. 12) for the 71st annual Golden Globe awards. Hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, the awards show honored the year's best acting, directing and writing.
Among the big winners was AMC's "Breaking Bad," which took home the award for Best Drama Series.
The awards show also showcased major fashion moments from the likes of Lena Dunham, Jennifer Lawrence, and Amy Adams.
The film adaptation of "Les Miserables" led the 70th annual Golden Globes, taking home three awards. Directed by Tom Hooper, "Les Miserables" won Best Picture - Musical or Comedy, Best Actor - Musical or Comedy for Hugh Jackman and Best Supporting Actress for Anne Hathaway.
On the TV side, last year's categories were led by "Game Change" and "Homeland." "Game Change," HBO's political special about the 2008 presidential campaign, won Best Actress - Miniseries or Television Film for Julianne Moore, Best Supporting Actor for Ed Harris, and Best Miniseries or Television Film. Showtime's drama series "Homeland" took home Best Actress - Drama for Claire Danes, Best Actor - Drama for Damian Lewis, and Best Drama.
"12 Years a Slave" and "American Hustle" led this year's awards with seven nominations each. Both films were up for Best Picture, "12 Years" in the drama category and "American Hustle" in the musical or comedy category. HBO's Liberace biopic, "Behind the Candelabra," led the TV nominations with Netflix's "House of Cards," each with four nominations.
"This is really boring television" Elisabeth Moss, my new role model for all social interactions #GoldenGlobes— Jessica Goodman (@jessgood) 5 years ago
Good night, all!
Missed the Woody Allen tribute - did they put the part where a woman publicly confirmed he molested her at age 7 before or after Annie Hall?— Ronan Farrow (@RonanFarrow) 2 years ago
It was the only win of the night for "12 Years A Slave," but it was a big one. Steve McQueen's acclaimed drama won Best Picture - Drama, besting "Gravity," "Philomena," "Rush" and "Captain Phillips."
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"American Hustle" wins Best Motion Picture - Musical Or Comedy, besting "The Wolf Of Wall Street," "Her," "Nebraska" and "Inside Llewyn Davis."
"This is an incredible, incredible honor." DiCaprio, ever classy, thanks his fellow nominees (Christian Bale, Bruce Dern, Oscar Isaac and Joaquin Phoenix) and also Martin Scorsese. "You're a risk taker. You're a visionary."
The Globes love them some "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," which has been on the air for half a season.
In a bit of an upset, Alfonso Cuaron won Best Director for "Gravity," besting Steve McQueen, David O. Russell, Paul Greengrass and Alexander Payne.
One of Liam Neeson's particular set of skills: introducing movies about space! #goldenglobes— kase!! (@worstkase) 5 years ago
"Well, I have to go now, Diane, because I'm due back on the planet Earth."— rob sheffield (@robsheff) 4 years ago
Ya know that was odd, but she looked great so good work Loreal— Katelyn N. Mullen (@katelynnmullen) 4 years ago
Time to grab some icecream & switch over to #GIRLS— mia farrow (@MiaFarrow) 4 years ago
"Woody Allen is an anomaly." Yup. Most dads don't sexually abuse their daughters.— Anna Holmes (@AnnaHolmes) 4 years ago
Waiting for Diane Keaton to replace "Woody couldn't be here tonight" with "Woody wouldn't be here tonight." #GoldenGlobes— Matt Jacobs (@tarantallegra) 4 years ago
"Annie Hall" was actually directed by Frank Sinatra.— Peter Finocchiaro (@PLFino) 5 years ago
Tina hugs Amy/yells b4 commercial's end: "Congratulations to my friend Amy Poehler! I love you! There's a special place in hell for you!"— Scott Feinberg (@ScottFeinberg) 4 years ago
OMG STOP BRAGGING RT @HuffPostEnt: Amy Poehler just mentioned @lewkay in her speech, who is honestly a swell guy. #GoldenGlobes— HuffPost Media (@HuffPostMedia) 4 years ago
OF COURSE IT DID!
Douglas won for playing Liberace in "Behind the Candelabra." During his acceptance speech, Douglas remembers finding out about the project from Steven Soderbergh on the set of 2000's "Traffic."
It was expected that "Blue Is The Warmest Color" would win, but the award went to Paolo Sorrentino's latest film.
Samberg beat out Jason Bateman ("Arrested Development"), Don Cheadle ("House Of Lies"), Jim Parsons ("The Big Bang Theory") and Michael J. Fox ("The Michael J. Fox Show").
"You guys, the Globes, right? Who knew?" Andy Samberg was not prepared to win his Golden Globe, but he's happy to accept the award anyway.
Jonze was an upset winner, topping expected contenders John Ridley (for "12 Years A Slave"), David O. Russell (for "American Hustle"), Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope (for "Philomena") and Bob Nelson (for "Nebraska"). Jonze thanked his cast and also fellow nominee Russell for supporting him throughout the process.
Spoiler: Everyone in media has a Jared Leto story because he likes to be chummy. Spoiler no. 2: He's not actually your friend! #GoldenGlobes— Kia Makarechi (@Kia_Mak) 4 years ago
In her speech, she thanked the crew, Netflix and Kevin Spacey, calling her co-star "the best playdate ever."
He defeated Barkhad Abdi, Daniel Bruhl, Bradley Cooper and Michael Fassbender for the win. During his speech, Leto jokes about not having to get a Brazilian wax for his role as a transgender woman who suffers from the AIDS virus.