23 Things You Missed At The Critics' Choice Awards
From Lady Gaga's big win to Taye Diggs singing, here's what happened at this year's Critics' Choice Awards.
Host Taye Diggs kicked the night off with a song-and-dance number that highlighted the diversity among the night's nominations.
John Krasinski was shocked about his win for A Quiet Place.
And then he adorably shouted out his wife, Emily Blunt:
William Jackson Harper and Manny Jacinto from The Good Place redefined menswear in one single photo.
Elsie Fisher won for Eighth Grade and gave a relatable, quick speech that started with, "Wow. This is real cool. As someone with anxiety, it's very fun to be on this stage right now."
Taye Diggs flirted with Angela Bassett right in front of her husband Courtney B. Vance.
And Winston Duke's face said it all:
Sarah Silverman kinda-sorta made a Bird Box joke while presenting.
Jake Johnson and Shameik Moore got their Spider-Man poses down on the red carpet.
Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara were surprised when they went to read the winner for Best Actress in a Limited Series and it was a tie!
Amy Adams was introduced first, but she didn't want to give her speech until the other winner was announced, too.
So she and Patricia Arquette gave their speeches at the same time and it was all kinds of wonderful.
Lady Gaga and Regina King had a moment backstage.
Chuck Lorre said this when he won the Creative Achievement Award:
The cast of Crazy Rich Asians celebrated their win for Best Comedy.
Taye Diggs serenaded Spike Lee, who half-tolerated it.
Sandra Oh thanked her Killing Eve co-star in her speech and called her "my obsession, my other half."
Rami Malek met Nicole Kidman.
Amy Sherman-Palladino wore her lucky hat and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel won for Best Comedy Series.
Christian Bale made this face when he won his second award of the night for Best Actor:
Glenn Close and Lady Gaga both won in another tie and we found out that Gaga's mom and Glenn are IRL friends:
Gaga spoke about her real-life inspiration that she drew from for A Star Is Born in her speech:
And she made sure to let the people trying to play her off early that a piano would stop nothing.
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