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The Best Moments Of The 2016 Golden Globes




BEST: Rachel Bloom gave an unfiltered acceptance speech about how “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” almost didn’t exist. No one else showed as much charming, unbridled emotion.

BEST: While awkwardly presenting the award for Best Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television, Jaimie Alexander reacted to a teleprompter glitch by saying, “Who’s typing this sh*t?”

 BEST: “Hi, I’m Eva Longoria, not Eva Mendes.” “Hi, I’m America Ferrera, not Gina Rodriguez.” “And neither one of us are Rosario Dawson.”

BEST: Golden Globe speeches are proverbially seen as auditions for the impending Oscars, which means Matt Damon got a boost via his endearing patter that mentioned his wife and stumped hard for “The Martian” director Ridley Scott.

BEST: During Aziz Ansari’s reaction shot while the Best Actor in a TV Comedy nominees were announced, he held up a book titled “Losing to Jeffrey Tambor With Dignity.” (Can he return it since Gael García Bernal won?)


BEST: Leonardo DiCaprio’s face as Lady Gaga bumped his arm while walking to the stage. At last, something to remind us why we watch the Golden Globes.

BEST: The look on Sylvester Stallone’s face as he accepted his award for “Creed.” It must be enough to negate his umpteen Razzie Award nominations, right? BEST: “Uh, 20 seconds? I waited 20 years for this, y’all gonna wait.” — Taraji P. Henson responding to the timer while accepting her award for “Empire.”   Source: Huffington Post

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