How does one make an awards show hilarious? Put Tina Fey and Amy Poehler on a stage together and fill the rest of the room with alcohol. The Golden Globes strategy definitely worked last night. Along with the two hosts, here are some of the best speeches, presenters and random moments from yesterday's "Golden" night.
We can't explain how funny these two ladies really were from start to finish. So here are some of their best jokes from the opening: Tina: "Ricky Gervais couldn't be here tonight because he is no longer technically in show business" Check out the rest here:
Taking a cue from Saturday Night Live's "Garth and Kath" routine, Ferrell and Wiig pretended they had seen all the movies nominated in the category they were presenting and relayed their favorite scenes, making it obvious they had no idea what these films were about.
Forget all the haters, Anne Hathaway deserved her Golden Globe win last night! And with that win she took time out for a beautiful thank you to her mother and to fellow nominee Sally Field, who broke through stereotypes and typecasting. You're a real class act, Anne.
The Golden Globes always get great people to introduce the Best Picture nominees' montages before the awards are announced. But this year they really outdid themselves! Former President Bill Clinton introduced Lincoln to the world. And possibly even better than that was Tina and Amy's starstruck reaction!
Normally Taylor Swift is the one who always looks surprised when she wins an award. But last night, Adele out "Swift-ed" Swift! Thinking she was just spending a night out with her fellow new-mom friend, the Skyfall winner squealed with delight and gave the cutest speech of the night.
Making the announcement of the awards more interesting, Tina and Amy made up fake nominees for the Best Actor and Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie: Both for a movie called "Dog President." We would totally see that movie.
What started out with a weird commentary about being single and talking about Honey Boo-Boo, Jodie Foster turned a possibly awkward speech into a uplifting take on how to be open and proud yet still maintain a private life in Hollywood.
Considering the sting of the Oscar snub for Ben Affleck, it was such an awesome surprise to see the Argo director win for his amazing work. Seriously, that snub still hurts.
When Amy and Tina are both nominated in the same category and the hosts, you know things are going to be crazy during the presentation while sipping Moet. Plus, Aziz Ansari and Jason Bateman had a bit fun before announcing the nominees.
Well... they lost. And they aren't afraid to show their disappointment. And apparently neither is the normally held together Glenn Close. This is brilliant! Bonus: Tina and Amy subtly poke fun at Taylor Swift.