01/13/2014 01:22 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Here Are The Most Awkward Moments of 2014's Golden Globes

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Even the most well-oiled, refined affairs rarely go off without a hitch, and the 2014 Golden Globes was no exception. The show was obviously a very classy, sophisticated celebration but it wasn't without a few cringe-worthy moments.

Check out the most awkward moments of 2014's Golden Globes.

Jonah Hill and Margot Robbie fumbled for just a second when the Teleprompter showed the incorrect talking points.

Jacqueline Bisset said some words, or something like that, and called it an acceptance speech.

Alex Ebert won the award for Best Original Score for his work on "All is Lost" and said "thanks for letting me try all over your movie."

Diddy tried to give Bono a hug, and almost gave him a smooch on the mouth.

Robin Wright hugged Sosie Bacon, but Miss Golden Globe wasn't really feeling it.
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Charles Roven almost thanked "The Academy" while accepting the award for Best Motion Picture, Musical, or Comedy for "American Hustle."

The gaffe happens at 1:19.

And Leonardo DiCaprio flubbed the title of the film "Philomena," launching the "Philomania" Twitter trend.


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