The 2016 Golden Globes came and went in an evening, but left some gif-able moments in its wake.
There were no real falls or wardrobe malfunctions, but there were quips, side-eye and cookies galore. Without further ado:
Eva Longoria and America Ferrera called out everyone who can't tell Latina actresses apart:
"Hi, I'm Eva Longoria, not Eva Mendes
And I am America Ferrara, not Gina Rodriguez
And neither one of us is Rosario Dawson
Well said Salma.
Thank you Charo."
The Internet was none too pleased with Channing Tatum's new hairstyle:
— MTV (@MTV) January 11, 2016
A. Schu and J. Law had the sweetest best friend moments:
And Kate Winslet genuinely could not believe she won.
Rob Lowe gave us our reaction meme for the rest of the year...
Jamie Foxx pulled a Steve Harvey and named "Straight Outta Compton" the winner in the category fans say snubbed the film.
"I take full responsibility, it's right here on the card."
Then Quentin Tarantino called movie composing “a ghetto”… and Jamie Foxx reacted accordingly:
Nominee Aziz Ansari made up his mind to handle defeat gracefully... but planned for the wrong winner. Gael Garcia Bernal won best actor in a comedy for "Mozart of the Jungle."
Ryan Gosling and Brad Pitt fried the circuits on our TV sets.
When Lady Gaga bumped into Leonardo DiCaprio and his face said it all:
But she savoured every minute of her Golden moment:
Denzel Washington made his lifetime achievement award a family affair:
And Taraji P. Henson came ready with cookies for everyone.
Henson refused to be rushed: "Please wrap? Wait a minute. I waited 20 years for this, you can wait."
And when they wanted Ridley Scott to wrap it up, and he was not having it: "Screw you, OK."
Leonardo DiCaprio won and addressed indigenous people in his acceptance speech:
"And lastly, I want to share this award with all the First Nations people represented in this film and all the indigenous communities around the world. It is time that we recognized your history and that we protect your indigenous lands from corporate interests and people that are out there to exploit them."
When the whole show only went over time by five minutes:
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