2020 Golden Globes: All of the Best and Biggest Moments

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Beware of flying champagne corks -- the Golden Globes are here.

Hollywood's biggest party went down on Sunday, Jan. 5, at The Beverly Hilton, where the casts of movies like Marriage Story and The Irishman rubbed elbows with TV stars from programs like The Crown and The Morning Show. In the end, the big Best Picture winners were Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (as expected) and 1917 (as a surprise), while the TV side saw comedy and drama wins for Fleabag and Succession, respectively.

Presiding over the whole ordeal was now five-time host Ricky Gervais, who provided more than enough bite to balance out all of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's adoration. ET provided our own live commentary throughout the ceremony, running down the biggest moments, most unexpected wins and all of Gervais' eyebrow-raising jokes.

Without further ado, here is a minute-by-minute breakdown of the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards:

Ricky Gervais Closes Out the Show With One Final F-Word

8:10 PM:

With the show running over its already lengthy three-hour run time, Gervais closed out his supposedly final stint as Golden Globes host first with a bit of kindness -- "That's it, good night, thank you. Please donate to Australia" -- and then something more Gervais-y: "Have a great time, get drunk, take your drugs." The censor kicked in as he added: "F**k off!"

Sam Mendes, 1917, Golden Globes
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'1917' Wins Best Motion Picture - Drama

8:09 PM:

In a surprising turn of events, The Irishman went home empty handed, while 1917 stepped forward as the year's top drama. "It's difficult to make movies without big movies stars in the leads," writer-director Sam Mendes said, surrounded by his fellow producers and actors George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman. And what better time to plug your film's upcoming release date than during a nationally-televised awards show? "I really hope this means people will turn up and see it on a big screen." 

Renee Zellweger, Golden Globes
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Renée Zellweger Wins Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama

8:04 PM:

"Wow, I really am up here," Zellweger said as she took the stage after winning Best Actress in a Drama for her portrayal of Judy Garland in Judy. After thanking her fellow nominees and telling them that "being on a list with all of you is pretty cool," she made an effort get through her list of thank you's as fast as possible. However, as she began to be played off, Zellweger didn't let the orchestra drown out her closing words about Garland and the importance of treating each other with kindness.

Joaquin Phoenix, Golden Globes
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Joaquin Phoenix Wins Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama

8:00 PM:

Phoenix began his speech by thanking the HFPA, not for their recognition of his performance in Joker but for the planet-based meal served during the show and the "powerful" message that sends. "To my fellow nominees," he began, before a series of bleeps censored his speech on air. "Some of you I reached out to personally, some I'm still too intimated to -- even though we share the same agent. Hi, Christian." To director Todd Philips, he said, "I'm such a pain in the ass I cannot believe you put up with me." To his partner, Rooney Mara, he said, "Rooney--" then simply nodded as she smiled from her seat. 

"Contrary to popular belief, I don't want to rock the boat, but--" Another bleep. "I think together, hopefully, we can be unified and actually make some changes. It's great to vote, but sometimes we have to take that responsibility on ourselves. We don't have to take private jets to Palm Springs."  

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Golden Globes
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'Once Upon a Time In Hollywood' Wins Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy

7:47 PM:

"Quentin is nothing if not unpredictable. Just a few moments ago he told me I'd be the one to speak," producer David Heyman said with a laugh when Once Upon a Time was named as the musical or comedy Best Picture winner. "A big thanks to maestro, Mr. Quentin Tarantino. Quentin said before we started filming, 'I want you to have such a good time on this film that the next will be miserable,'" he recalled. "He wasn't wrong. Thank you, Quentin."

Awkwafina, Golden Globes
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Awkwafina Makes History With Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy Win

7:40 PM:

Awkwafina really is just like us: The first thing she did after winning Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy for her performance in The Farewell is turn to her Nai Nai for a hug. "This is great. If I fall upon hard times, I can sell this, which is good," she deadpanned while clutching her Globe. "I'd like to dedicate this to my dad, Wally. I told you I'd get a job."

Not only did the first-time nominee become a first-time winner, but she made Golden Globes history as the first woman of Asian descent to win in the category.

Taron Egerton, Golden Globes
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Taron Egerton Wins Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy

7:35 PM:

Egerton looked just as delightfully surprised as we were when his name was called, regretfully admitting that he hadn't written anything because he had no idea he'd win. "I'm so honored to be nominated alongside all these legitimate icons," he said, also paying some kind words to his youngest fellow nominee, Jojo Rabbit's Roman Griffin Davis. He saved his last words of gratitude for Elton John, whom he thanked for living a spectacular life and for being his friend, and his mother.

Brad Pitt, Golden Globes
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Brad Pitt Wins Best Supporting Actor (and Is Cheered on by Jennifer Aniston)

7:28 PM:

"Holy moly," Pitt said as he collected his Globe for his supporting performance in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. "When I was starting out, these names that were listed -- Pacino, Pesci, Hanks and my honorable mentor from afar, Anthony Hopkins -- all my respect, sincerely," he said.

Surprisingly, the Globes camerapeople waited until after Pitt thanked Tarantino and his partner in crime, "LDC," to cut away to Jennifer Aniston. (Who, for the record, was clapping and laughing at his jokes the entire time.) "And I want to say hi to my folks, because...Hey!" Pitt affably concluded. "I wanted to bring my mom, but I didn't because every woman I stand next to they say I'm dating, and that would be awkward."

Hildur Guðnadóttir, Golden Globes
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'Joker' Composer Makes History With Best Original Score Win

7:25 PM:

Hildur Guðnadóttir made Globes history as the first solo female composer to win the award, which she did for her dramatic and haunting score for Joker. "I'm speechless, this is unbelievable," she said upon accepting her prize from presenters Jennifer Lopez and Paul Rudd. "Thank you, Todd [Philips], for inviting me on the journey of a lifetime and for all of your trust, faith, and your openness."

Chernobyl, Golden Globes
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'Chernobyl' Wins Best Television Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

7:20 PM:

Presenters Salma Hayek and Tiffany Haddish's onstage banter was all about their supposedly-difficult-to-understand accents, which culminated in Hayek presenting the award for "Best Lemonade Cereal" to HBO's Chernobyl. Star Jared Harris accepted the Globe on behalf of the cast and crew, as Hayek beelined to bear hug Stellan Skarsgård. After thanking the various crews involved in their international production, Harris dedicated the award to "the courage and sacrifice" of the real life people depicted in the series.

Michelle Williams, Golden Globes
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Michelle Williams Wins Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series

7:12 PM:

Williams won her second Golden Globe for her performance as Gwen Verdon in Fosse/Verdon and delivered an equally awards-worthy speech advocating a women's right to choose in matters of their bodies and how and when they want to start a family. (Williams is currently expecting a child with her fiancé, Fosse/Verdon director Thomas Kail.)

Williams' pro-choice message ended in a crucial reminder: "Women 18 to 118, when it is time to vote, please do so in your own self interest," she said. "It's what men have been doing for years. Which is why the world looks so much like them. But don't forget we're the largest voting body in the country, so let's make it look more like us."

Tom Hanks, Charlize Theron, Golden Globes
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Tom Hanks Blames His Tearful Cecil B. DeMille Award Acceptance Speech on His Cold

7:00 PM:

Upon receiving the HFPA's Cecil B. DeMille Award, Hanks immediately proved why he's the nicest guy in Hollywood by paying a compliment to everyone else. "Most of the people in this room, I would pay to see them get their cars washed," he said. After acknowledging he is fighting a cold and some jitters, he broke into tears as he thanked wife Rita Wilson and their children. "A man is blessed with a family like that."

As for his peers, Hanks explained, "You're a dope if you don't steal from everybody you've ever worked with. And I've stolen from the people that only need one name: Like Meryl." Streep beamed from her seat as he listed off more of his most renowned co-stars. Reflecting on his legacy and the lessons he's learned throughout his career, he teared up again. "It's the cold! I'm usually not this emotional at home."

Tom Hanks, Charlize Theron, Golden Globes
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Charlize Theron Remembers Her 'Terrible' Audition for Tom Hanks

6:47 PM:

Theron was tasked with presenting the Cecil B. DeMille Award to Tom Hanks and began with a heartwarming story about her own history with the star -- which began when she fell in love with him while watching a battered VHS copy Splash as a child. "There was this dirty pond that I would splash around in, waiting for Tom to rescue me and take me to Manhattan," she recalled. Theron also reflected on getting her big break in Hollywood when Hanks cast her in That Thing You Do!, and how his kindness -- and the five extra minutes he gave her to overcome a panic attack during her audition -- gave her the confidence and support she needed to become who she is today.

Olivia Coleman, Golden Globes
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Olivia Colman Wins Best Actress In A Television Series - Drama

6:39 PM:

Like Claire Foy before her, Colman won the Globe for Best Actress in a Drama for playing Queen Elizabeth on The Crown. Still, the actress was visible shocked as she took the stage and promptly admitted that she wasn't expecting to go home with a Globe. "I said I had money on not winning," she laughed. "For the last year, I feel like I've been living someone else's life, and now I feel like I've won someone else's award." After making all her thanks, she added in a special cheer for Fleabag, just because.

Patricia Arquette, Golden Globes
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Patricia Arquette Wins Best Supporting Actress in a TV Series

6:40 PM:

Winning for her performance in The Act, Arquette made her requisite thanks to her co-stars and kids, her agents and managers. And then as she's wont to do, used her time onstage to deliver a message about politics and activism. "I'm so grateful to be here and celebrate this but I know tonight, January 5, 2020, we're not going to look back on this night," she said.

"In the history books, we will see a country on the brink of war, the United States of America; a president tweeting out a threat of 52 bombs," she said. "People not knowing if bombs are going to drop on their kids heads and the continent of Australia on fire. So while I love my kids so much, I beg of us all to give them a better world."

Elton John, Golden Globes
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'Rocketman' Beats Beyoncé and Taylor for Best Original Song

6:28 PM:

Elton John and Bernie Taupin's Rocketman tune "I'm Gonna Love Me Again" upset original tracks from Cats and The Lion King to win the Globe -- though both songstresses were part of the standing ovation for the duo. John returned the kindness by paying a special thanks to all of his fellow nominees, and then pointed out that this is the first time he and Taupin -- who have crafted some of the most iconic music of all time -- have ever won an award together. Clearly, this honor was a long time coming.

Fleabag, Golden Globe
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'Fleabag' Bags Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy Award

6:22 PM:

Phoebe Waller-Bridge took the stage again -- this time backed by her cast and creative team -- to pay thanks to her Fleabag family and Amazon and give a special shout out to President Barack Obama for "putting us on his list" of his favorite shows of 2019. "As some of you may know, he's always been on mine," she cheekily added.

Laura Dern, Golden Globes
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Laura Dern Wins Best Supporting Actress

6:20 PM:

That's Laura Dern: 1, Jennifer Lopez: 0. The neck-and-neck Supporting Actress race went to the Marriage Story star at the Globes. "We long to be of service, to give voice to the voiceless," she said as her Marriage Story director, Noah Baumbach, and Little Women director, Greta Gerwig, held hands and looked on admiringly from their seats. "I got to do that, to give voice to the divorce lawyer, she laughed. "Long, long overdue."

Amy Poehler, Taylor Swift, Golden Globes
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Taylor Swift and Amy Poehler Present Best Animated Feature to 'Missing Link'

6:14 PM:

Remember when Poehler and Tina Fey hosted the Golden Globes in 2013 and made a passing quip about Swift's dating life? And then Swift responded by saying there was a special place in Hell for women who don't help other women? Seven years later, it seems the quasi-feud is over as the pair took the stage together to present Best Motion Picture - Animated, sillily bantering about elves making animated movies before ultimately presenting the Globe (in quite the unexpected win) to Missing Link.

Quentin Tarantino, Golden Globes
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Quentin Tarantino Wins Best Screenplay for 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood'

6:10 PM:

Margot Robbie happened to be presenting the Best Screenplay category, so the envelope-opening was even more gleeful when she awarded it to her Once Upon a Time in Hollywood helmer. "I can't believe I won over Steven Zaillian," Tarantino said of The Irishman writer. "Congratulations, dude."

"The thing about winning a writing award, you kind of don't have anybody to thank. I did it," he cracked. "But this time, more than usually most, I had a fantastic cast who took it from the page and had to add a slightly different layer, whether it was Leo or Brad or Margot's just truly goodness. Just the goodness that comes out of her that put more goodness in a movie than I've ever been involved in."

Brian Cox, Golden Globes
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'Succession's Brian Cox Wins Best Actor In A Television Series - Drama

6:04 PM:

The veteran actor won his first Globe for his role in Succession and began his acceptance speech by apologizing to his fellow nominees for winning the award. "Next year, I'll have been in this business for 60 years…and I just never thought this would happen to me," Cox said of why his speech would be short and somewhat unrehearsed. He went on to thank his family for "putting up with me" as his wife filmed the speech on her phone from the audience.

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Ellen DeGeneres Hilariously Dedicates Carol Burnett Award to Her Husband Mark

5:54 PM:

Following a touching retrospective of the biggest moments and triumphs in her storied career, DeGeneres took the stage to accept the Carol Burnett Award, joking that the best part of winning the achievement award was that she knew she was going to be the winner before the show started.

DeGeneres promised to keep her speech short and sweet, then launched into a detailed personal autobiography and revealing the secret of what's made her so successful: "My life is an open book, and I couldn't have done this without my husband Mark," she deadpanned, as wife Portia de Rossi laughed at their table. "All I ever want to do is make people feel better and laugh."

Kate McKinnon, Golden Globes
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Kate McKinnon Thanks Ellen for Making It OK to Be Gay

5:45 PM:

The SNL and Bombshell star presented Ellen DeGeneres with the Globes' Carol Burnett Award and used the opportunity to list the reasons why McKinnon was thankful for DeGeneres. "Some of these are spiritual and some of them are pieces of clothing I got to keep after doing impressions of her," she joked, before earnestly thanking her for a sense of self.

"In 1997, I was in my mother's basement lifting weights in front of the mirror and thinking, 'Am I gay?' and I was. And I still am," she remembered. "The only thing that made it less scary was seeing Ellen on TV." Growing emotional, McKinnon concluded with a grin, "And thank you for the sweater with the baby goat on it."

Pierce Brosnan, Golden Globes
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Pierce Brosnan Is Proud Dad to Two Golden Globe Ambassadors

5:42 PM:

Brosnan stepped onstage to introduce this year's Golden Globe ambassadors -- sons Dylan and Paris -- and bragged to the crowd of A-list stars, "I am their biggest fan. I've known them all their lives, and I'm thrilled to introduce them." The actor's handsome sons used their time on stage to raise awareness of international hunger crisis, while Brosnan send his thoughts and condolences to those affected by the Australian bush fires.

Parasite, Golden Globes
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'Parasite' Wins Best Motion Picture - Foreign Language

5:37 PM:

Parasite hive is eating well tonight! As expected, the South Korean hit took home the Globe for Best Foreign Language Film, and writer-director Bong Joon-ho had a few wise words for the crowd, delivered via translator: "Once you overcome the one-inch tall barrier of subtitles, you will be introduced to so many more amazing films."

Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Golden Globes
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Phoebe Waller-Bridge Wins Best Actress in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy

5:35 PM:

The Fleabag creator and star was overwhelmed when she took the stage to collect her first-ever Golden Globe, first effusively thanking co-star Andrew Scott. As Scott looked on lovingly, Waller-Bridge recalled how there was some question of whether or not they'd have chemistry onscreen. But, she said, Scott "could have chemistry with a pebble. And I love being Andrew's pebble."

'Succession' Wins Best Best Television Series - Drama

5:25 PM:

The HBO series took home one of the Globes' biggest top television honors for its breakthrough second season, and when the Succession cast and creators took to the stage to collect their trophies, creator Jesse Armstrong made sure to thank anyone and everyone who worked on the show. "If you've ever appeared in the titles for Succession, congratulations!" he announced. "We won a Golden Globe!"

Stellan Skarsgard, Golden Globes
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Stellan Skarsgård Wins Best Supporting Actor in a TV Series

5:20 PM:

That's one for Chernobyl. The HBO series, which is set to dominated this year's limited series categories, won its first Globe for Skarsgård's supporting turn. "I was so sure that I shouldn't win that I already thanked everybody," he said onstage, before somewhat bizarrely acknowledging one person in particular. "I don't have any eyebrows. Nobody knows if I'm angry or surprised. It's not like Colin Farrell," he joked, eventually thanking the makeup artist who created his faux eyebrows for Chernobyl.

Russell Crowe Wins Best Actor in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television

5:13 PM:

He won the award for his performance in The Loudest Voice, though as had been previously revealed, Crowe decided to forgo attending this year's show to remain with his family in Australia amid the wild fires. Presenter Jennifer Aniston shared a message that Crowe sent in case he won: "Make no mistake, the tragic unfolding in Australia is climate-change based," she read off.

Ramy Youssef, Golden Globes
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Ramy Youssef Wins Best Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy

5:10 PM:

Not only did the first time nominee become a first-time winner, but Youssef was given his award by none other than Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon. "Look, I know you guys haven't seen my show," the Ramy star joked onstage. "Everyone's like, 'Is this an editor?!' Even my mom was rooting for Michael Douglas."

Ricky Gervais, Golden Globes
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Ricky Gervais Comes Out Swinging in Opening Monologue

5:05 PM:

This is supposedly the Brit comic's last outing as the host of the Golden Globes, so he held absolutely nothing back, ripping on the #MeToo movement (of the TV execs in the room, he noted, "They all have one thing in common: they're all terrified of Ronan Farrow. He's coming for you!"), the HFPA's "racism" and even threw in a Jeffrey Epstein bit for good measure. Gervais clearly didn't care about offending anyway, targeting everone from Felicity Huffman to Leonardo DiCaprio and capping it off with an especially graphic sex joke about Dame Judy Dench. All that and he was only bleeped twice. Could've been worse, right?

Taylor Swift, Golden Globes
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Taylor Swift RSVPs 'Yes' for the Globes -- Will Beyoncé?

4:50 PM:

Swift -- whose song, "Beautiful Ghosts" from Cats is nominated for Best Original Song -- posed for photos a teal and lime green floral pattern dress with a long train, before slipping inside the ballroom. (At least on the red carpet, she was notably solo, arriving an hour or so after boyfriend Joe Alwyn.)

Now, the question remains: Will Beyoncé show? Some snapshots of the placeholder cards suggested Queen Bey -- who's nominated in the same category as Swift -- will be seated next to Ellen DeGeneres, but only time will tell if she makes an appearance...

Brad Pitt Is Ready to See 'Good Friend' Jennifer Aniston

4:35 PM:

When the Globe nominations were announced, the Internet collectively realized something: With Pitt nominated for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Aniston recognized for The Morning Show, there was a chance the exes would bump into each on the red carpet and someone would take a photo.

"I'll run into Jen, she's a good friend!" Pitt told ET with a laugh, though he also acknowledged that when it comes to Aniston's fans who are forever hoping for a Friends reunion, their possible awards season meet-up would only be the "second most important reunion of her year."

Alex Rodriguez, Jennifer Lopez
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Why Jennifer Lopez Was Almost Brought to Tears on the Red Carpet

4:20 PM:

The Lopez-Rodriguez household was already a bit emotional when the Hustlers actress arrived on the ET platform. Turns out, fiancé Alex hasn't been able to log onto Instagram Live today. "I don't think they let you go live here, and he's miserable right now!" she laughed, looking like a million dollars in straight-off-the-runway Valentino.

Lopez's nomination tonight marks her first time in 22 years, when she was recognized for her role in Selena. She didn't win that time, but shared some advice for her younger self: "I would tell her don't give up. Keep going. It doesn't matter what happens tonight, you're a winner," she said. "Don't make me cry!"

How Patricia Arquette Avoiding a Golden Globes Wardrobe Malfunction

4:16 PM:

Before she ever arrived on the red carpet, the star of The Act managed to avoid what would have been the night's first wardrobe malfunction. "Getting in the car, my zipper broke!" she revealed to ET. "They had to drive back and sew me in. So we started doing karaoke, I drank some whiskey... It was a good time!" And now that the crisis is averted? "I'm ready to sing."

Cynthia Erivo, Billy Porter
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Cynthia Erivo Has a Purse Full of Gummy Bears

4:12 PM:

The Harriet star (and Globe nominee) revealed to ET the secret to navigating the pressures of an awards show: Gummy bears, which she keeps in her clutch and, yes, is willing to share. Alongside the candy? A pair of spare underwear. "Because you never know what's going to happen!" As far as awards season hacks go, Tiffany Haddish and Unbelievable's Kaitlyn Dever say they both use CBD oil on her feet. "The powers of natural medicine!" Haddish exclaimed.

Billy Porter Is Best Dressed in Feathers and Head-to-Toe Bling

4:08 PM:

"I was wearing a robe three hours ago," the Pose star revealed to Sharon Osbourne. As always, though, Porter (a nominee for Best Actor in a Drama) had turned it out by the time he hit the red carpet, dripping in Tiffany jewels and bedazzled Jimmy Choo boots. "It started here last year, and now the children are building stuff for me! … I'm blessed that I lived long enough to see the day where a little black sissy boy like me could have this success."

When Nai Nai Met 'That Guy From Titanic'

4:03 PM:

No one is enjoying awards season more than Nai Nai herself, Zhao Shuzhen, who recently met Leonardo DiCaprio during a pre-Globes fête. The moment was documented on social by The Farewell director Lulu Wang -- "Hey, is that the guy from Titanic? - Zhao Shuzhen right before this photo was taken." -- so ET had to ask her about the encounter when we caught up with her on the Golden Globes red carpet.

"In China we call him Little Leo, that's our nickname for him!" Shuzhen told Kevin Frazier. And now that her picture with him has gone viral: "I've had friends from China that have texted and said, 'Wow, you were with Little Leo! That's amazing!'"

Pour Some Out for the Stars Who Caught the Flu

4:00 PM:

The star power at this year's show won't be quite as bright, as a number of big names have to call out from the festivities: Octavia Spencer took to social media to reveal that she won't be attending as planned because she's "congested, coughing and in full blown sweat mode," while Christian Bale -- a nominee for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama -- reportedly has the flu. Russell Crowe, meanwhile, who is also Globe-nominated, opted to stay in his home country of Australia amid the raging wildfires.

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