Globes: Our Favourite Moments

Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson evoked all the fuzzy feels with this supportive snap, "On our way !!! Hot boyfriend alert !!#TheAffair#Showtime#makingmemories#"

On our way !!! Hot boyfriend alert !! #TheAffair#Showtime#makingmemories#

Kuva, jonka Diane Kruger (@dianekrugerperso) julkaisi Tammi 11, 2015 at 2:48 PST

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were the bravest women in the room last night and took time to call out Bill Cosby, who's facing numerous allegations of sexual assault dating back decades. Some critics are calling the joke tasteless while others are saying the comedians were on point. What do you think?


Lena Dunham took Twitter's trolls to task and claimed to have deleted the app.

Earlier she showed the world what exactly awards ceremony underwear looks like.

A photo posted by @campsucks on Jan 11, 2015 at 3:15pm PST

Maggie Gyllenhaal's acceptance speech for her role in The Honourable Woman was something of a feminist masterpiece - she talked about the roles for real and complicated women out there and thanked all the women who helped her career. It's a powerful one.


This is what Jamie Dornan calls a selfie.

This guy!

A photo posted by Jamie Dornan (@jamiedornan) on Jan 11, 2015 at 10:33am PST

The Golden Globes official Instagram was a delight. Backstage looked genuinely fun. And so glittery?

Benedict Cumberbatch loves photobombing people, doesn't he? Ah sure, even internationally famous actors and expectant fathers need a hobby, and if you're going to photobomb anyone it might as well be Meryl Streep.



Helen Mirren brought her signature brit cool and paid tribute to the victims of the Charlie Hebdo shooting. That's how you do the red carpet.


George Clooney joked about the hacking scandal, paid tribute to the people marching for freedom of speech around the world and made us all well up as he talked about his wife while accepting the lifetime acheivement award.

?Listen: It's a humbling thing when you find someone to love?even better when you've been waiting your whole life. And when your whole life is 53 years, Amal, whatever alchemy it is that brought us together, I couldn't be more proud to be your husband.?

How sweet is that? Moment of the night.


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