New York-based Australian stylist Cat Pope, who styled actor Tony Shalhoub, said her best dressed list included Australian Yvonne Strahovski, who stars in The Handmaid's Tale, in mint Alberta Ferretti, "which made her look like a leading lady".
As widely expected, Mexican director Alfonso Cuaron's semi-autobiographical black and white film Roma won best foreign language movie.
Close for Comfort: There's been a lot of talk this year about whether Glenn Closeis going to get the finally-it's-her-turn Oscar for The Wife, but no one looked more surprised than the 14-time Golden Globe nominee to hear her name called last night.
If for some unusual reason you're yet to hear of her, be sure to scroll down to see why the woman who photobombed the likes of Heidi Klum, Amy Adams, Dakota Fanning, Luke Evans and Jim Carrey, while handing out bottled Fiji Water beverages, spawned countess memes below.
"So you're telling me bohemian rhapsody won over Black Panther AND A Star is Born??!" tweeted another. "But right now, this moment is real".
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Kohli heaped praise on Man of the Series Cheteshwar Pujara and the joint-highest wicket-taker Jasprit Bumrah (21). Prime Minister Modi called the Test series win a "historic accomplishment". "We play to make the team win".
The award ceremony's co-host, Sandra Oh, led things off in a classic Hollywood bob and white gown with an asymmetrical neckline as she posed with her evening's hosting partner, Andy Samberg.
"Hey Jeff, I wish you were my dad", quipped Samberg, addressing actor Jeff Bridges, who was presented with a lifetime achievement award.
Gaga was handed the gong for Best Original Song for Shallow, the big ol' tune her on-screen character Ally belts alongside co-star and director Bradley Cooper.
"Thank you, Satan, for giving me inspiration on how to play this role", an overjoyed Bale said.
Sandra Oh, who made history as the first Asian woman to host a major awards show on Sunday, used the Golden Globe stage to pay tribute to greater diversity in Hollywood.
- Christian Bale, who portrayed former U.S. vice president Dick Cheney in the offbeat biopic Vice.