Everyone’s been anticipating Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s return to hosting for the 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards. As always, the two were entertaining to say the least. Check out the top 10 best moments from the bubble duo below.
1. The Opening Monologue Was Hilarious
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler kicked butt as hosts once again. Their opening monologue was filled with jokes at the expense of our favorite celebs!Click here to read more
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey kicked off the night with a fantastically funny opening monologue. Poking fun at all the biggest celebrities in the room, Tina and Amy had a ball.
2. Jacqueline Bisset Has an Insanely Awkward Moment
Actress Jacqueline Bisset won for Best Supporting Actress in a Television series and her acceptance speech was awkward to say the least. Take a look at the stumbles, long pauses, and strange moments that filled Bisset’s overstayed welcome on the Golden Globes’ stage … It’s okay, we all get nervous.
Jacqueline Bisset unintentionally made things a little uncomfortable at the Golden Globe Awards. Watch the video to see her cringe-worthy acceptance speech.Click here to read more
3. Tina Fey Introduces Her Son Randy as Mr. Golden Globe
As Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick introduce their daughter Sosie, as Miss Golden Globe 2014, Tina Fey took it upon herself to introduce her son Randy as Mr. Golden Globe. Most people know Randy as Amy Poehler in a wig.
4. Amy Poehler Makes Out With Bono
While Amy Poehler got a rub down from Bono, the nominees’ names were called in the category of Best Performance by an Actress in a TV Series. Suddenly, Poehler was named the winner and she decided to have a quick makeout session with Bono before heading to the stage.
Amy Poehler and Bono kissing after she won the best actress for TV Comedy 「私受賞したことなかったから受賞したなんて信じられないわ！」ww pic.twitter.com/Lg98XCWHdo
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5. Jonah Hill and Margot Robbie Suffer From a Teleprompter Snafu
GOLDEN GLOBES: TelePrompTer goof leaves Jonah Hill reading off paper script pic.twitter.com/lKgqkgN2JJ
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When Jonah Hill and Margot Robbie took the stage, the teleprompter messed up and flashed forward to Aaron Eckhart and Paula Patton’s presentation. Soon, the two actors were given a yellow piece of paper with their lines on it and all was well again …
6. Diane Keaton Accepts the Lifetime Achievement Award for Woody Allen
Woody Allen was a no-show upon receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award for his amazing work over the years. Diane Keaton spoke on his behalf. Read on ...Click here to read more
Woody Allen notoriously shies away from fame, so long-time friend Diane Keaton accepted the Lifetime Achievement Award on behalf of the Hollywood legend. For her speech, Keaton offered some touching words of her own, a message to viewers that was written by Allen, and a little song to honor her friend.
7. Melissa McCarthy Thinks She’s Matt Damon
"There are better places I’d rather be, like with my beautiful wife: Miss Matt Damon!" – Melissa Mccarthy… http://t.co/kCbSs9HPOI
— silvina (@silvina1631) January 13, 2014
Unfortunately, Melissa McCarthy had a small accident backstage at the Golden Globe Awards, which resulted in a minor head injury. As a result, she thinks she’s Matt Damon.
8. Leonardo DiCaprio Wins For Best Actor in a Comedy
Tune in here for the full winners list of the 2014 Golden Globe Awards.Click here to read more
Leonardo DiCaprio received a standing ovation when he accepted his award for The Wolf of Wall Street. A well-deserved win.
9. Elisabeth Moss Flips the Bird on Live TV
Poor Giuliana Rancic was thrown for a loop when Mad Men's Elizabeth Moss decided to spice things up by flipping the bird on live television ...Click here to read more
Anything can happen at The Golden Globes and Elisabeth Moss is proof. On the red carpet of E! News tonight, Elisabeth Moss decided to get a little crazy with the “Mani Cam” and gave the camera the finger … Whoops!
10. 12 Years a Slave Wins For Best Motion Picture Drama
— American Hustle (@AmericanHustle) January 13, 2014
Not only did 12 Years a Slave win for Best Motion Picture Drama, American Hustle won for Best Motion Picture Comedy, Cate Blanchett won for Best Actress in a Drama, and the Best Actor in a Drama went to Matthew McConaughey.