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2016 Golden Globe Awards Live Blog

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8:04 – That’s a wrap. Thanks for joining us this year! Let us know what you thought of the winners and losers!

8:03 – The Revenant wins best dramatic picture.

7:55 – Leonardo DiCaprio wins best actor in a dramatic film for The Revenant.

7:52 – Breakout star Brie Larson wins best actress in a dramatic film for Room.

7:51 – Ricky Gervais checking Eddie Redmayne out is both hilarious…and creepy.

7:46 – Ridley Scott doesn’t care if you play him off.

7:44 – The Martian won for comedy.

7:42 – Jim Carrey is still hilarious. He is a 2-time Golden Globe winner, after all.

7:33 – Jennifer Lawrence wins best actress in a comedy for Joy. Not shocked, but wish it went to anyone else.

7:25 – Taraji P. Henson won for best actress on a drama series…and gave lots of actors cookies for the win.

7:22 – Alejandro G. Inarritu wins for best director for The Revenant.

7:11 – Denzel Washington is a very humble and very deserving man for the Cecil B. DeMille award.

7:07 – He’s also a great speaker.

7:04 – Tom Hanks does a good Denzel Washington impression.

6:58 – Mr. Robot wins for best TV drama. It’s a bit of a shocker that the basic cable series beat out Game of Thrones.

6:55 – Mel Gibson and Ricky Gervais are funny together.

6:52 – “Writing’s on the Wall” wins best original song. Thought “See You Again” was a lock.

6:43 – Lady Gaga wins for best actress in a limited tv series for American Horror Story: Hotel.

6:38 – Son of Saul wins best foreign film.

6:31 – Gael Garcia Bernal wins for best actor in a TV series, comedy for Mozart in the Jungle. Amazon keeps the hot streak going.

6:29 – Steve Jobs wins for best adapted screenplay in a very tight category.

6:26 – Definitely liked Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg more than Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer.

6:20 – Sly wins as best supporting actor for Creed. Well deserved and well deserving of the standing ovation.

6:15 – Inside Out wins for best animated film. No shock there.

6:08 – Matt Damon wins for best actor in a comedy movie. His role was great, but really thought it was Christian or Steve’s category to win.

5:56 – Jon Hamm wins for best actor in a drama series for Mad Men. Fitting end to the era of Mad Men.

5:55 – Gervais mentions that Donald Trump can’t wait to deport America Ferrera and Eva Longoria to Mexico. They also joke how they get mistaken for many other Latina actresses.

5:55 – Jamie Foxx has a dad moment and introduces his daughter as Miss Golden Globe.

5:51 – Best original score win for The Hateful Eight after Jamie Foxx pulls a Steve Harvey.

5:49 – Christian Slater won for best supporting actor in a television series, limited series, or made for TV movie for Mr. Robot. A great series on USA, if you haven’t watched it – do it.

5:39 – Amber Heard and Jaimie Alexander fumble their ways through presenting Oscar Isaac the award for best actor in a limited television series.

5:37 – Wolf Hall beat favorites like Fargo and American Horror Story for best limited television series.

5:36 – I loved The Martian, but still don’t see how it’s a comedy. Please tell me.

5:25 – Mozart in the Jungle wins for best television comedy. A big win for a streaming series.

5:24 – Rachel Bloom wins for Actress in a television series for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, the show no one is watching, but apparently should.

5:23 – Andy Samberg drops the Cosby joke as he pretends it’s the last award of the night.

5:15 – Maura Tierney wins for The Affair in Supporting Actress in a TV series, limited series or TV movie. Have never seen her this nervous before!

5:11 – Kate Winslet wins for Steve Jobs for Supporting Actress in a Movie

5:08 – Jonah Hill as the Bear from The Revenant fell half flat. But the chemistry between him and Channing Tatum definitely is still there.

5:06 – Gervais definitely was the right choice to host again. Definitely doesn’t hold punches, whether you care or not. He really doesn’t care.

5:03 – Cue standard Caitlyn Jenner joke.

5:02  “Relax, I’m going to try to be nice.”

4:53 – Red carpet finishing up, standard fare. The last 5 or so minutes are always the longest drag.

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