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      When it comes to best award show moments, the Golden Globes set a pretty high bar for all of the other award shows happening this season.
      Well, this is one way to kick off award season! Like all shows, the 2017 Golden Globes have sadly come and gone, but not before leaving us with some of the best moments in award show history. The Globes opened up with an incredible musical number all thanks to Jimmy Fallon, his famous peers, and of course, the big winner of the night, ‘La La Land.’
      We couldn’t have asked for a better cold open from an award show. On that same note, everyone should be very thankful for ‘La La Land’ because not only was Jimmy able to create an incredible spoof of musical moments from the movie for the Globes, Ryan Gosling’s win also gave us this hilarious, yet wonderful moment between Ryan Reynolds and Andrew Garfield.
      Did you catch them smooching in the background? No? Can we play it back in slow-mo really quick?
      Yeah, no one knew they needed a Ryan and Andrew kiss until now.
      And then, there was a short skit in the middle of the show where actors talked about their first jobs. Viola Davis started off as a person who changed people’s bingo cards, Sarah Paulson was a waitress at a pizzeria in Brooklyn, Kevin Hart was a lifeguard, but Chris Pratt, for the life of him, could not think of something good to say. The actor said his first job was being, well, being an actor, but that obviously didn’t fit with theme.
      So he reallyyyy tried his best to make something up after asking the director to cut to a few of his other Hollywood buddies. But if we all know Chris, and we do, he just could not get his life together.
      It’s okay if you started off your work life as an actor, Chris. We still love you anyway.
      So we’re all well aware by now that any time Amy Schumer enters the room, there’s about to be some sort of ridiculousness that ensues, but this time it was her partner-in-crime-slash-upcoming-onscreen mother Goldie Hawn with the comical assist. The two, who star together in the upcoming film, Snatched, presented the award for best actor in a comedy or musical, and let’s just say if their chemistry onscreen is as hilarious as it was tonight, we may just have ourselves another epic ‘Trainwreck’ of a film.
      But the comedy doesn’t stop there… that is, if that’s what you wanna call Steve Carrell and Kristen Wiig’s surprisingly depressing presentation. The two, who star together in the Despicable Me films, presented the award for best animated motion picture, as they recalled the first time they remember seeing an animated movie… Steve remembered being six years old, saying “My dad took me to see Fantasia. It was astounding; the music, the spectacle of the whole thing. It was kind of a life-changing experience.” Sounds great, right? Yeah, not quite…

      Must we never settle until we all find our own Ryan Gosling… but the night continued as Jimmy Fallon appeared every so often to deliver even more comical bits, like the time he raised the roof while announcing the dynamic duo of presenters, Redmayne and Chastain…
      And all is suddenly right in the world. But you didn’t think we’d leave you without giving a quick mention to one of the evening’s most hilariously awkward cringe-worthy moments now, did you? Sweet angelic Emma Stone was simply trying to congratulate her La La Land director Damien Chazelle on his Golden Globe win for best screenplay when this gem of a hug happened…
      But who cares when you’ve got a brand-spankin’ shiny Golden Globe to tack onto your belt, and as if we didn’t think possible, we can now relate to Emma Stone on a whole new level. But now that we’ve concluded our list of the 2017 Golden Globe best moments, I’m curious to know what your favorite bit was, and if you’ve got more to add to the list and don’t want to hear me talk anymore, feel free to add them right down here in the comments. After that, don’t forget to click right over here for a recap of all the best dressed of the night and as always, be sure to subscribe to Clevver News, for all the best award show coverage. Thanks for hanging out with me here on Clevver’s Trophy Life, I’m your host Ryland Adams – SEE YA.


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