Let It Flow: Watch The Best Moments From the 2014 Golden Globes!
The 2014 Golden Globes were a night to remember, not because of the actual awards -- although, it was nice to see films like '12 Years a Slave,' 'Dallas Buyers Club' and 'American Hustle' walk away with some of the biggie titles -- but because of host Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, and, of course, all the drunken shenanigans one expects from this particular awards show.
The night was packed with big-name celebrities who mostly followed the advice P. Diddy gave when he presented an award, "Keep drinking! It's almost over." So, in case you were watching the premiere of HBO miniseries 'True Detective' or the season 3 premiere of 'Girls,' here are all the best moments from the 2014 Golden Globes that are worth watching.
Once again, the comedic stylings of beloved duo Tina Fey and Amy Poehler brought the crowd to their knees with their opening monologue to the Globes. While last year's opener saw some memorable jabs at James Cameron and Taylor Swift, this time around offered some spot-on quips at George Clooney and his (much) younger dates, as well as some pretty hilarious bits involving 'Veep' and 'Enough Said' star Julia Louis-Dreyfus and an e-cigarette. Watch both parts of the monologue right here!
Congrats to Jacqueline Bisset! Not only did she win the award for Best Supporting Actress in a TV Series, Miniseries or Movie for her role in 'Dancing on the Edge,' she also walked away with the unofficial award for Most Bizarre-to-Watch Acceptance Speech. It was truly an awkward sight to behold as it seemed the star became overwhelmed with the recognition and found the words wouldn't come to her when the time came to hit the mic. And it only got worse when the "get off the stage" music started playing ...
Yaaaasss, Emma Thompson, yaaaaas!
The star of 'Saving Mr. Banks,' nominated herself for Best Actress, Comedy or Musical, came out onstage with martini and her high heels in hand to present the award for Best Original Screenplay to Spike Jonze's 'Her.' "Just so you know, this red is my blood," she cracked, pointing to her shoes.
After three nominations for her role as Leslie Knope in the hit NBC series 'Parks and Recreation,' Amy Poehler finally took home this year's Golden Globe for Best Actress in a TV Comedy! Bono was on hand while the announcement was being made to calm her nerves for the big reveal, and when it came he definitely reaped the rewards ...
'The Heat' star Melissa McCarthy and new 'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon came out to present the 2014 Golden Globe for Best Actor in a TV Miniseries, Movie -- only a sandbag came down and smacked the actress on the head, so naturally she thought herself to be Matt Damon. No, not really, it was just a bit, one that worked out pretty well, considering that the award went to Damon's 'Behind the Candelabra' co-star Michael Douglas.
Former 'SNL' star Andy Samberg was one of the bigger surprises of the night -- not only did he win the award for Best Actor in a TV Series, Comedy for 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' the show also took home the Globe for Best TV Series, Comedy! "Best night ever," as awards presenter Seth Meyers said.
Much like the rest of us, Samberg was understandably surprised. "Oh no! I didn't prepare anything. It wasn't gonna happen." But he ended up turning out a funny speech by giving some shout outs to his so-called "team."
"Keep drinking! It's almost over." Well, when P. Diddy tells you to do something, you do it!
The famous rapper, flanked by Usher and Kate Beckinsale, presented two awards -- one for Best Original Song, which went to Bono and U2 for "Ordinary Love" from 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom,' and one for Best Score, to Alex Ebert for 'Her.'
When Bono and his crew came up to accept, Diddy just kept saying, "Let it flow! Let if flow! Let it flow!" Was it just drunken ramblings? Well, kinda. Ebert revealed during his acceptance speech that he was partying on a boat with Diddy when the rapper came up behind him, unbuttoned his jacket and said, "Let it flow!" A perfect tagline for the 2014 Golden Globes if you ask us.
After Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgewick introduced their daughter, this year's Miss Golden Globes, Tina Fey made a move for gender equality and introduced her illegitimate adult son, Randy (Amy Poehler in disguise as a Justin Bieber look-alike).
In a sea of extended segments of celebrities walking up to the stage to accept awards and their equally long speeches, this was one of the more enjoyable moments of the evening.
Since accepting the role of Iron Man in Marvel's standalone series and 'The Avengers' saga at large, Robert Downey Jr. has essentially become a real-life Tony Stark. When presenting the award for Best Actress, Comedy, he gave a speech befitting of a "billionaire playboy philanthropist" -- "How will this affect me?"
It wasn't a surprise that Jennifer Lawrence, who won last year's Golden Globe for Best Actress for 'Silver Linings Playbook,' won this year for her supporting role in 'American Hustle.' The film was a big winner Sunday night, with it also earning awards for Best Picture, Comedy and Best Actress, Comedy (Amy Adams), but our J-Law was once again a ball of realness. Check out some of her best moments from the night.