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The Real Winners Of The 2015 Golden Globes

Who says a trophy makes you a winner, am I right?

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Tina & Amy


Two words: dynamic duo. As if their opening monologue wasn't enough, every second they shared on stage together for the rest of the night was pure comedy gold. And in conclusion, we deserved even more Tina and Amy than we got.



We can certainly thank Tina & Amy for setting the tone, but do the names Joanne Froggatt or Maggie Gyllenhaal ring any bells? Froggatt used her character's story line as a way to bring awareness to survivors of rape when she said, "I hope saying this so publicly means in some way you feel the world hears you." Later on in the evening, Gyllenhaal used her acceptance speech to give a nod to all the powerful women in the room and the "wealth of roles" they've played in television and film this past year. That is some serious girl power, for real y'all.

Acceptance Speeches


The winner's speeches really took the stage Sunday night. It's safe to say the Golden Globes acted as a very public forum for a variety of social issues on a global scale including the crisis in France, the growing support of the transgender community, the need for eliminating racial biases and the importance of female empowerment.

You go guys!

Jared Leto's Braid


Move over Katniss Everdeen, your braid's got nothing on Jared Leto's. The internet was abuzz about those beautiful locks once again, but this year it wasn't a man bun that caused the stir.

And wow, that it getting hot in here or is it just me? *fans self*

Married Couples


Cue all the single girl jealousy in the world. If the Golden Globes didn't remind you that you are so NOT married, then I'm not sure what will. George & Amal, John & Chrissy, Eddie & Hannah, and Channing & Jenna, to name a few...and yes I am on a first-name basis with all of them in case you were wondering.

But seriously come on, how cute were Chris Pratt and Anna Faris when they presented together? Petition for more couple presenters at the 2016 Golden Globes, anyone?

Kristen Wiig & BIll Hader


Speaking of dynamic duos, these two SNL alums killed it on stage together Sunday night. And, there was no shortage of people begging for Kristen and Bill to host in 2016 following the comedic duo's all-too-short segment.

Chrissy Teigen's Cry Face


Even supermodels have ugly cry faces, you guys. And in true Chrissy Teigen-fashion, she was the first to make fun by posting a picture of herself mocking her cry face on her Instagram account. She even tweeted about it after she found herself turned into a meme in a matter of minutes. Stay golden, Chrissy Teigen.



Prince was just so...Prince. I mean, is there really anything else to say here? Anytime that man is on stage the whole room is paying attention and the Golden Globes were no different.

Just ask Allison Janney. I think we can all agree she looked pretty excited here, right?

Sean Douglas


He's more than just Hollywood offspring people. After his dad gave him a shout out in his memoir-style acceptance speech, Keaton's son became very popular on the internet. Articles quickly surfaced about Douglas' music industry accomplishments, which include writing popular top 40 songs like Demi Lovato's 'Heart Attack' and Jason Derulo's 'Talk Dirty to Me'.

I just hope he thanked his dad for that major publicity plug because that's looking like it will work in his favor.

George Clooney


Oh George, you class act you. After receiving the Cecil B. DeMille Award for his outstanding lifetime contributions, Clooney made an unforgettable speech which started with a little personal roast and continued on to discuss the year he had (of course mentioning his new wife and better half, Amal). He ended his speech with a very important statement: 'Je Suis Charlie' to demonstrate the importance of standing in solidarity with the people of France following the recent terrorist attacks.

*SWOON* (as per usual when it comes to Clooney)

Amal Clooney


The world couldn't help but think, 'Poor Amal, you are just too good for this' from the minute she stepped onto the red carpet Sunday night. From her effortless style (note: the handmade white gloves who already have their own Twitter account) to her lifetime achievements (which Tina and Amy so gloriously pointed out) and George's very public love for her (awwww), she was clearly the real winner at the Globes.

Margaret Cho


The comedian was responsible for playing a major part in the North Korea jokes that happened during the 2015 Globes. But, more importantly, she deserves some serious credit for so perfectly handling all the haters and criticism that comes with playing a part like that. I can just imagine her adopting 'haters gonna hate' as her new life mantra.

Besides, lucky her, she got to share the stage with Tina and Amy all night and took a selfie with Meryl Streep. Does it really get any better than that?

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