The 81st Golden Globes filled the evening with red carpet looks, champagne, and the comedian host bringing in viewership to the 30-minute or long acceptance speeches— oh my!
This year has crowned Da'Vine Joy Randolph and Robert Downey Jr for Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture. Second wins to Ali Wong and Steven Yeun for Actor In A Miniseries or Motion Picture for Television.
The first few presenters come out to the stage to introduce the win for best performance in a series to Elizabeth Debicki for her role in The Crown. The following awards presented Actor in a Drama TV to Kieran Culkin for Succession to Justine Triet take home a Golden Globe in the category of Screenplay in Motion Picture for Anatomy of a Fall.
The next round of awards presented for Actor in Musical/or Comedy TV Series to fifth Golden Globe winner Jeremy Allen White and Ayo Edebiri for their performance in The Bear. A new category for Stand-up Comedy on Television was presented of the night, awarding Anatomy Of A Fall for Best Non-English Language Motion Picture and The Boy and the Heron for Best Animated Feature Film.
The highlight was Christopher Nolan's first Golden Globe win for Best Director for Oppenheimer, Cillian Murphy won his first Golden Globe for Actor in a Drama Motion Picture, and Best Original Score for Oppenheimer.
The spotlight was also on Emma Stone who accepted the Golden Globe for a Musical/or Comedy Motion Picture and too, Actress in a Comedy/or Musical Motion Picture.
Billie Eilish accepted the Golden Globe for "What Was I Made For" in the music category in Best Original Song from Barbie as Margot Robbie and Greta Gerwig accepted the Cinematic and Box Office Achievement for Barbie.
Meanwhile, BEEF took home a Globe in the category for mini-series, but the win for comedy/or musical series goes to Hulu original The Bear. The highlight was Paul Giamatti winning for Actor in a Musical/or Comedy Film in his role in The Holdovers. Next award announced the win for Actress in Motion Picture Drama to Lily Gladstone for her role in Killers of the Flower Moon.
Wrapping up, Oprah presents the last award of the 81st Golden Globes for the category of Best Motion Picture Drama to Oppenheimer.