Golden Globes 2019: Little Monsters Are Fuming Cos Lady Gaga Just Lost

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Suddenly, "Aloha" star Emma Stone yells "I'm sorry" from the crowd.

Globes host Sandra Oh, who is up for an award for her starring role in BBC America TV thriller "Killing Eve", swooped her hair into finger waves a la Veronica Lake and donned a white-hot Versace gown - oozing the glamour of old Hollywood.

Justin Hurwitz picked up his third Golden Globe when he won best original score for "First Man" on Sunday.

"To you, Brian May, to you, Roger Taylor, for ensuring that authenticity and inclusivity exist in the music and in the world and in all of us".

"I will take this one", Malek said, stepping up to the microphone.

"I related it to him being an immigrant struggling to discover his identity". Before taking a pause, she added in Korean "Mom, Dad, I love you" and then slightly bowed in the direction of her parents. Julia said she arrived before him.

"That's unbelievable. I'm just so grateful", said Farrelly in his acceptance speech.

"This is beyond anything we ever imagined when we began shooting", said director and writer Peter Farrelly. "And we have to say 'I have to do that, and I should be allowed to do that'".

It's the second award for the actor, who played former US vice-president Dick Cheney in the Adam McKay biopic. "Thank you to Satan for giving me inspiration on how to play this role", Bale joked.

"The Favourite" actress Olivia Colman is an absolute gem.

Best Performance by a Supporting Actor in any Motion Picture - Mahershala Ali, Green Book.

The best motion picture (drama) nominations for the Globes are noteworthy this year, owing to the dominance of African American films, three out of five.

When pressed backstage to account for Singer's role in the film, the question was avoided altogether. Carell praised Burnett as a "comedy legend" who "lives up to every expectation of who you'd hope Carol Burnett would be" and whose classic series, The Carol Burnett Show, is still "the gold standard for television comedy".

As widely expected, Mexican director Alfonso Cuaron's semi-autobiographical black and white film Roma won best foreign language movie. The black-and-white film, which was released by Netflix, details the story of a family 1970's Mexico City and their relationship with their nanny.