“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” and “Big Little Lies” were the top winners at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards. Both the darkly comic film and the HBO limited series ended the night with four wins a piece in their respective motion picture and television categories. The 75th awards kicked off with Seth Meyers tackling Hollywood’s sexual misconduct and gender inequality head on in an opening monologue that also included the host joking about a presidential run for Cecil B. DeMille Award honoree Oprah Winfrey. She answered the call with an acceptance speech that inspired others to seriously consider the possibility.
- Complete list of nominees and winners
- Watch Seth Meyers’ entire opening monologue
- The full transcript of Oprah Winfrey’s speech | President Oprah?
- ANALYSIS: A very different Golden Globes | Ali: How the Globes became the women’s room | Gold Standard: The women winners
- PHOTOS: Red carpet looks | Show highlights | Winners’ room
Because the entrance to the HBO bash is immediately outside the Beverly Hilton ballroom where the Golden Globes are held, it tends to be the first party stop for many revelers.
At least that was the move for Emilia Clarke, who took the opportunity to catch up with her "Game of Thrones" co-stars, chatting with Gwendoline Christie and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.
Also at their table? The Lonely Island guys, including Andy Samberg. When the trio of dudes got up to leave, Clarke shook her head defiantly and insisted they stay longer. Samberg picked up the placard on the table reading "Game of Thrones." "See!" he said. "We don't belong here."
Shailene Woodley, meanwhile, spent the evening alongside the activist she had brought as her guest to the Globes, Calina Lawrence. Plenty of onlookers surrounded her table, but she was focused intently on her plate of food, as no one who attends the Globes actually gets to eat dinner.
Also spotted? Lena Dunham, chatting with her "Girls" showrunner Jenni Konner, and Nicole Kidman, who could barely get to a table due to an onslaught of selfie-seekers toting their iPhones.