The 2017 Golden Globes aired Sunday night (January 8), and it was a super fun show. (But that’s not a surprise: After all, the Golden Globes is one of the few award shows where the stars actually drink, which creates a lighter vibe in the room.) From Jimmy Fallon’s surprisingly entertaining opening monologue to Sarah Paulson finally winning, the 2017 Golden Globes had its highs—but it had some lows, too.
If you fell asleep before the show wrapped, we put together a handy-dandy list of all the moments people will be talking about at work this week. Golden Globes speeches! Golden Globes wins! Golden Globes slay! It’s all here, my friends, so brush up:
PS: See all the latest Golden Globes 2017 news here.
The La La Land cold opener.
What a dazzling tribute to one of the most iconic film scenes this year! Don’t tell us you didn’t live for that Justin Timberlake/Jimmy Fallon planetarium dance scene. Where was their Golden Globe nomination for that!?
Sarah Paulson and Amanda Peet’s best friend kiss on the red carpet.
Talk about #SquadGoals.
Tracee Ellis Ross winning the Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Musical, or Comedy.
“This is for all of the women of color and colorful people whose stories, ideas, thoughts are not always considered worthy and valid and important,” she said. “But I want you to know that I see you; we see you.”
Viola Davis winning the Globe for Best Supporting Actress for her work in Fences.
Goddess of the evening, to be honest.
Evan Rachel Wood wearing a suit on the red carpet to show girls wearing dresses is not a “requirement.”
Dev Patel and Sunny Pawar’s on-stage moment.
The fact that Ryan Gosling spent his entire acceptance speech talking about his partner, Eva Mendes.
“…while I was singing and dancing and playing piano and having one of the best experiences I’ve ever had on a film, my lady was raising our daughter, pregnant with our second, and trying to help her brother fight his battle with cancer,” he said. “If she hadn’t taken all that on so that I could have this experience, it would surely be someone else up here other than me today.” And I’m crying.
Kristen Wiig and Steve Carell’s hilarious bit about animated movies…
…and how depressing they are.
RYAN REYNOLDS AND ANDREW GARFIELD RANDOMLY KISSING?!
Viola Davis presenting Meryl Streep with the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award.
“You make me proud to be an artist,” Davis said in a touching monologue about Streep that included anecdotes about their time together on the film Doubt, along with several other beautiful compliments. It was a great moment for female empowerment.
And Streep’s acceptance speech, which she used as an opportunity to praise other female performers.
“Viola was born in a sharecropper’s cabin in South Carolina,” Streep said. “Came up in Central Falls, Rhode Island. Sarah Paulson was born in central Florida, raised by a single mom in Brooklyn. Sarah Jessica Parker was one of seven or eight kids from Ohio.” A true, humble queen.
The fact that La La Land was nominated for every single award it could possibly be nominated for…and won all of them.
City of stars, indeed.
Jimmy Fallon’s impression of Chris Rock during his opening monologue.
Yikes. Hard left.
Sofia Vergara saying the word “anal” (instead of “annual”) randomly.
Did anyone find this funny? Maybe I’m just a Grinch. Sex jokes are for seventh graders! Also, if the joke rests on the fact that Vergara is Latina and cannot properly say “annual,” then that’s reductive and offensive. She shouldn’t have to mock herself all the time.
Annnd the fact that everyone kept calling Hidden Figures “Hidden Fences.”
There were two separate films nominated this evening: Hidden Figures and Fences. It’s not hard to distinguish, people. Stop mixing up these two very important works by people of color.