Although this year’s Golden Globes left much to be desired (think: underwhelming fashion, expected wins, and mostly disappointing jokes), there were a few moments that saved it from being a complete fail:
Kate Hudson and Jennifer Aniston Bumping Into Each Other on the Red Carpet
Our favorite pasttime is catching celebrities in rare moments of... humanity? Last night, after wrapping up her red carpet interview with E!'s Ryan Seacrest, Kate Hudson bumped into Jennifer Aniston. The two embraced, and, completely disregarding the cameras, Aniston grabbed Hudson's behind. Best red carpet moment of the night.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, of Course
A round of applause for the third-time hosts. Some highlights include their on-stage match of "celebrity would you rather" (Poehler picks Colin Farrell over Colin Firth while Fey opts for Chris Pine over, well, anyone and everyone) and their stab at Amal Clooney. Video below:
Maggie and Jake Gyllenhaal Are Hollywood’s Most Adorable Siblings
The mere fact that the two attended the event as each other's dates makes us giddy with excitement, but Jake's joy following his sister's win (for her part on the Honorable Woman) make us wish for a brother just like him. The actress' acceptance speech also garnered some buzz: "That's what I think is revolutionary, and evolutionary," she said regarding the abundance of TV and film roles for women. "And it's what's turning me on."
Lupita Nyong’o's Prolific Interview Skills
On our best dressed list, Lupita Nyong’o struck us as much more than a beautiful face last night. When Seacrest asked her about what she could share about her role in the next Star Wars movie, the actress quickly responded: "Absolutely nothing." Seacrest was left speechless... and so were we. We will also never forget Nyong'o's and Colin Farrell's respective looks when presenting the award for best foreign film. We still don't know what was more distracting, the glasses or the mustache.
Chrissy Teigen’s Crying Face
Teigen’s husband, John Legend, wins for best original song for “Glory” from the movie Selma and this image goes viral:
The Affair Is Not Our Guilty Pleasure… But Everyone’s
The Showtime hit took home the award for best drama series while lead actress Ruth Wilson accepted the best actress in a lead drama series award and, no, you weren't the only one shocked by her British accent.
Never Underestimate the Supposed Underdog
Although we expected most of the wins, we were shocked by one of the night's biggest awards: best series, comedy or musical. Transparent, Amazon's show about a transgender father, reminds us never to dismiss any show.
Kevin Spacey Walking the Red Carpet With Kate Mara
Spacey never won a Golden Globe (yes, the shock is mutual) but what really defined his night was walking down the red carpet with his House of Cards co-star (and 24 years his junior) Kate Mara. Let the speculation begin.
William H. Macy Caressing Felicity Huffman's Back
While George Clooney gave his lifetime achievement award acceptance speech, the camera cut to William H. Macy and wife Felicity Huffman. Fast forward to 1:11 to see them (although we suggest watching the whole clip):