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7 of the best moments from last night's Golden Globes

Did your favourite actor or actress embarrass themselves last night? Probably.

AWARDS CEREMONIES. ARE they anything more than a chance for celebrities to pat each other on the back and humiliate themselves?

They may be perfectly groomed and prepped by PR people, but get a few pints into them and our favourite actors and actresses are gas folk.

The Golden Globes was no different – here are some of the best moments from last night’s ceremony.

Emma Thompson presented an award while drinking a martini

And carrying her shoes. ONE OF US.

Source: Celia Streep

Jacqueline Bisset gives the most awkward acceptance speech ever

She was clearly flummoxed by winning the award for Best Actress in a Mini-Series or TV Movie for her role in Dancing on the Edge.

Source: LatesBreakingNews

Jennifer Lawrence threatened to push Taylor Swift down the stairs

Well, not really. But she did creep into the background during Swift’s interview with Ryan Seacrest, joking: “I was gonna come in and push you down the stairs.” Oh JLaw. Never change.

ryanseacrest Source: Instagram/ryanseacrest

Mia Farrow continued throwing shade at Woody Allen

She wasn’t actually at the awards, but Mia Farrow managed to steal the show with a catty tweet directed at ex-partner Woody Allen, posted when Diane Keaton accepted the Cecil B. De Mille award on his behalf. Meow.


Amy Poehler giving Bono a huge snog before picking up her award

She won Best Actress in a TV Series, Musical or Comedy and was excited enough about it to kiss Bono. (Hope Ali doesn’t mind.)

Source: Blogger Hollywood

Jim Carrey makes a jab at Shia LaBeouf

He slyly referenced the young actor’s recent plagiarism controversy before presenting the award for Best Supporting Actor, saying: “Dying is easy. Comedy is hard. I think it was Shia LaBeouf that said that.” OOOOF.

71st Annual Golden Globe Awards - Press Room - Los Angeles Source: AP/Press Association Images

Aaron Paul managed to get a “YEAH BITCH” in, even while collecting an important award

We admire his commitment.

Source: ZombieProphet

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