It was a night of passionate speeches, rare triumphs and many comments about the current culture of Hollywood. Here are 15 things you should know about the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night.
1) Seth Meyers' monologue
The night star NBC played a challenging role as a presenter, balancing the comedy with the horrific accusations of sexual harassment that have taken place outside of Hollywood. So it was after everyone and everyone, from Harvey Weinstein ("Do not worry, he'll be back in 20 years when he becomes the first person booed during the In Memoriam") to Woody Allen ("When I first heard about a movie in the that a naive girl falls in love with a nasty sea monster, I thought, "Oh, man, not another Woody Allen movie". Read the full transcript of your comments here.
2) Oprah Winfrey's speech
The talk show queen and business mogul won the Cecil B. DeMille Award, essentially a Lifetime Achievement Award , and delivered a truly moving speech. (Immediately started some memes of "Oprah for president")
"A new day is on the horizon," he said. "And when that new day is finally born, it will be because of the large number of great women, many of whom are here in this room tonight, and some great men, are struggling hard to make sure they become the leaders that take us until the moment when nobody has to say "me too." Read the full transcript here.
3) Natalie Portman's presentation
Ron Howard and Portman had the unenviable task of following the emotional Oprah's speech while announcing the category of best director.Portman did not back off from the challenge.
"Here are the exclusively male nominees," he said, before reading the names.In fact, the five nominees were men (Guillermo del Tor or won by "The Shape of Water"), but still won some gasps from the crowd.
4) The mere presence of Oprah
Oprah had the best seat in the house, the chair at the center table in the front of the room, and some winners became a Little exhausted during her acceptance speeches since she was directly in her line of sight.
"Oprah!" Sterling K. Brown ("This Is Us") resounded at the top of his speech.
"Thanks to Ken and all my team, to Carol-hello, Oprah," said Rachel Brosnahan ("The wonderful Mrs. Maisel"), interrupting herself.
5) Speech by Sterling K. Brown  Brown has spent a lot of time in awards stages over the past year, thanks to his emotional role in "This Is Us" as a man who joins his biological father, and for his incredible portrayal of prosecutor Chris Darden in "The People v. OJ Simpson. " While picking up the trophy for the best actor in a television drama, he proved to be one of the most inspiring speakers in the game, as he became personal once again:
"For most of my career, I & # 39; I benefited from the colorblind casting, which means, you know what? "Let's cast a brother in this role, right?" … then [‘This Is Us’ creator] Dan Fogelman, you wrote a paper for a black man, like it could only be played by a black man, "Brown said. "And what I appreciate a lot about this is that they've seen me for who I am and they appreciate me for what I am, and it makes it much harder to fire me or fire someone who looks like me."
6) James Franco invited Tommy Wiseau to the stage, then pushed him out of the way
"The Disaster Artist's" Franco won the best actor award in a comedy for to play the remarkable filmmaker Wiseau, the brains behind "The Room", a film known to be "the worst worst movie in history". When Wiseau reached the stage, he tried to take the microphone, but Franco cut him off. Unfortunately, we will never know the strangeness that could have taken place.
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7) Speech Nicole Kidman
Similar to the Emmys, Kidman became aware of domestic violence when she accepted her award for best actress in a limited series or television movie for HBO "Big Little Lies." Her character, a lawyer turned housewife, is in an abusive relationship with her husband, played by Alexander Skarsgard.
"This character that I play represents something that is at the center of our conversation at the moment: abuse, I believe, and I hope, that we can bring about changes through the stories we tell and the way we count them. alive, "he said.
8) Allison Janney wore a parrot
In "Yo, Tonya", Janney plays LaVona Golden, the abusive smoking mother of Tonya Harding who has a bird on her shoulder Much of the movie When she came to present a clip of "Yo, Tonya", nominated for best drama, Janney channeled her character.
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9) Kelly Clarkson and Keith Urban sang
The music the stars were too excited to be on stage, and decided to sing before announcing the winner of the best original song. "And the Golden Globe is going to …", they shouted.
"Now we have officially sung at the Golden Globes!" Clarkson exclaimed.
– PopCrush (@PopCrush) January 8, 2018
10) Roseanne Barr and John Goodman meet
The co-stars of "Roseanne "They arrived together on the stage of the Globes to close the imminent re-start of the hit comedy of the 1990s and present the award for the best television drama series.
"I'm known for creating a great drama," Barr announced.
"Yes," Goodman acknowledged it. "It's not the type for which the prizes are obtained."
11) Jokes about the wage gap
Although much of the night focused on the "Me too" movement and the Time & # 39; s Up initiative to prevent harassment , there were some jokes about the remarkable gender pay gap in Hollywood.
"I am so happy to announce that the winner of this category will also receive 23 percent of his salary that disappeared in the salary gap," said Jessica Chastain, before announcing the best actress in a movie, musical or comedy. . "It's not a problem, since we save a lot of money by dropping people out of Hollywood this year."
"Thelma & Louise," starring Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis, presented the trophy for best actor in a movie, drama and some jokes.
"These five nominees have agreed to return half of their salary so that women can earn more than they," Davis said.
12) Strange speech by Frances McDormand
The censors became very nervous when McDormand accepted the trophy for best actress in a movie, drama, for her role in "Three Billboards Outside "Ebbing, Missouri. "He started thanking Fox Searchlight, and he got a beep (People on Twitter would meditate if someone thought they said a different word that started with the letter" f ") Then he would say a modified version of a curse and the censor would cut his Next, the censor was launched once again when McDormand said the phrase "tectonic shift." There is no clue about that.
13) Speech by Barbra Streisand
Streisand came to present the final prize of the night (best film, drama) to "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri." Before she announced the winner, she had some things to say.
"I am very proud to be in a room with people who speak out against gender inequality, sexual harassment and pettiness that has poisoned our politics," he said. "And I am proud that our industry, confronted with uncomfortable truths, h Aya promised to change the way we do business. The truth is powerful And in a really good movie, we recognize the truth about ourselves, about others, and it is so powerful that it can even change the minds of people, touch the hearts of people and even change society itself. "
14) Wonderful Mrs. Maisel "won best comedy and comedy actress
Balloon voters love to choose a relatively new show that makes the television audience go" huh? "Indeed, this year the honor went to Amazon Maisel's "The Wonderful Lady," about a housewife in the late 1950s who resorts to comedy standing up after she separates with her husband, won the best television comedy and his star, Rachel Brosnahan, won the best actress in a television comedy. (Disclosure: Amazon founder Jeffrey P. Bezos also owns The Washington Post.)
15) Laura Dern's speech
In a night of inspiring speeches, Laura Dern also stood out when she won the best supporting actress in a limited series or television movie for "Big Little Lies."
"Many of us were taught not to gossip, it was a culture of silencing and that was normalized, I urge everyone to not only support survivors and passersby who are brave enough to tell its truth, but to promote restorative justice, "he said. "Can we also protect and use them? That we teach our children that speaking without fear of reprisal is the new star of the north of our culture."
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Debra Messing, Meryl Streep and others on the red carpet of the Golden Globes