Quick 6 Moments You Missed at The Golden Globes

From Oprah's speech to Tonya Harding

PHOENIX - The Golden Globes held the attention of thousands of viewers as stars walked the red carpet. Here are six of the most unforgettable moments you don’t want to miss out on.

1. Oprah’s Speech
After accepting the Cecil B. DeMille Award, Oprah Winfrey spoke about how far women have come and inspired woman everywhere to keep working together. She brought the entire audience to their feet. The speech has re-ignited hope that Oprah will one day run for president of the United States.

2. Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers’ banter
Host, Seth Meyers, reunited with old-time co-host and friend, Amy Poehler, during the opening monologue. Poehler jokingly refused to play along with Meyers’ stick, stating “I don’t need a setup to make a punchline work.” Their gag brought the house down, making us miss their hilarious banters on SNL. Co-hosts for 2019?

3. James Franco invites Tommy Wiseau up to the stage
After James Franco won the Best Actor award for the Disaster Artist, he invited Tommy Wiseau up to the stage to help him accept his award. Wiseau reached for the mic as if to give his own speech on the actor’s behalf, but not before Franco lightly pushed him away and laughed off the moment. Awkward!

4. Natalie Portman’s savage comment
Natalie Portman and Ron Howard presented the award for Best Director, but Portman wanted viewers to know just how much women nominees were lacking in that category. Just before they announced the nominees, Portman leaned into the mic and said, “And here are the all-male nominees.” Might need some ice for that burn.

5. Tonya Harding appears in the flesh
Tonya Harding was seen holding back tears as Allison Janney won Best Supporting Actress as Harding’s mother in the film, I, Tonya. Harding’s presence was a surprise, especially to Call Me by Your Name actor, Timothee Chalamet, who’s shocked reaction was caught on camera.

6. Time’s Up Movement dominates the red carpet
The Golden Globes red carpet bled black as performers used clothing and accessories to bring attention to sexual assault. Attendees, performers, and even the host, Seth Meyers, took a stand to bring light on the movement. #TIMESUP 

 


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