Mariah Carey stealing Meryl Streep's seat.
Mariah tweeted about the incident and begged for Meryl's forgiveness.Continue reading below ↓
Ewan McGregor thanking his wife AND his girlfriend in his acceptance speech.
Ewan won the best actor in a limited series award for his role of twins Emmitt and Ray Stussy in Fargo, and gave a shout-out to his estranged wife Eve Mavrakis and new girlfriend and co-star Mary Elizabeth Winstead, which Twitter thought was pretty damn "gutsy."
Alexander Skarsgard thanking Nicole Kidman but not the rest of his Big Little Lies co-stars.
He said: "Thank you. Our extraordinary cast, we're all here. Especially Nicole. Hi. Not that you're, like, more talented than the other girls."
Speaking Of Nicole Kidman, there was this hella awkward kiss with husband Keith Urban.
They just couldn't seem to line up their lips.Continue reading below ↓
Timothee Chalamet fangirling over Tonya Harding.
The young actor couldn't believe his luck when he got sat next to the famous ice-skater.
James Franco stopping Tommy Wiseau from talking.
The Room star just wanted to have a moment, but he was well and truly denied.Continue reading below ↓
And Hugh Jackman was devastated.
Oh, and Tommy leaving the stage completely the opposite way to everyone else.
Because... he's Tommy Wiseau.Continue reading below ↓
Guillermo del Toro having his speech cut short.
When the director won a Golden Globe for Shape Of Water, the sound guys tried to cut his speech short. But he wasn't having any of it. He said: "Lower the music, guys. It's taken 25 years. Give me a minute."
Blanca Blanco ignoring the "black dress" memo.The actress wore a revealing red dress instead of a black number like most of the female attendees. The black dress theme was a sign of solidarity to victims of sexual harassment and assault. A conversation that is finally being discussed in Hollywood since the Harvey Weinstein scandal first broke.
Host Seth Meyers most definitely NOT holding back in his opening monologue.
He opened up the 75th annual Golden Globes with the line: "Good evening, ladies and remaining gentlemen."Continue reading below ↓
Tarana Burke—the creator of the #MeToo Movement—being interrupted.
Tarana was given about 2.7 seconds of airtime before being sidelined for footage of women on the red carpet.
Mariah Carey asking Al Rocker to switch sides so her best side was shown.
This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com/uk. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.