2018 Golden Globes live blog: Let’s dish the best, worst and craziest moments

 

Film Drama — “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”

AMANDA SPEARS: After losing to Madonna (“Evita,” 1996) McDormand gets her first Globe in the MOST competitive category of the evening!

Film Drama Actress — Frances McDormand

AMANDA SPEARS: Oldman becomes the second actor to win for playing Churchill and first on the film side. Albert Finney won for “The Gathering Storm” (2003).

ANDREW CARDEN: If Gary Oldman could triumph here, after his jabbing at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, he’s more or less a shoo-in for that Oscar.

Film Drama Actor — Gary Oldman “Darkest Hour”

MATT NOBLE: After a disappointing start losing screenplay and supporting actress a deserved rally for Lady Bird with 2 wins!

AMANDA SPEARS: On the film side the Golden Globes are back to spreading the wealth around.

Film Comedy/Musical — “Lady Bird”

“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” clip — presented by Salma Hayek

“Call Me by Your Name” clip — presented by Dakota Johnson

Film Comedy/Musical Actress —  Saoirse Ronan “Lady Bird”

ROB LICURIA: “Big Little Lies” would have still swept the field if it was more accurately submitted as a Drama Series. Just sayin’…

TV Movie/Limited Series — “Big Little Lies”

CHARLES BRIGHT: I know I’m a bit late to this since I’m monitoring the messeage boards but, (A), I can’t believe I switched away from Aziz at the last minute and bought all that Eric McCormack crap and, (B), Oprah was at her most OPRAH!!!! tonight and I LOVED IT!!!

“Lady Bird” clip — presented by Greta Gerwig

MATT NOBLE: Savage and deserved take down of an all male director lineup by Portman.

SAM ECKMANN: Best Shade of The Night goes to: Natalie Portman, following up Oprah’s epic speech by introducing “all the male nominees” for Best Director.

DANIEL MONTGOMERY: Gutsy and brilliant move after Oprah’s speech about gender and equality for presenter Natalie Portman to call out the “all male” nominees for Best Director.

AMANDA SPEARS: Good for you Natalie! Good for you!

Film Director — Guillermo del Toro “The Shape of Water”

TONY RUIZ: Oprah!!!! She brings the audience to its feet—TWICE!!! Can she just come back to daily television so we can have nice things again?

AMANDA SPEARS: Brava! Simply Perfection!

DANIEL MONTGOMERY: Oprah Winfrey is giving Meryl Streep’s 2017 speech a run for her money. Of all the celebrities America could have elected president …

Cecil B. DeMille Award to Oprah Winfrey — presented by Reese Witherspoon

DANIEL MONTGOMERY: And “Will & Grace” is now 0-for-29. I wonder why they bothered nominating it again after all these years just to add to its losing streak.

ANDREW CARDEN: And with that, “Will & Grace” is now 0-for-29 at the Golden Globes.

AMANDA SPEARS: Ansari that was a great burn! 

TV Comedy Actor — Aziz Ansari “Master of None”

TONY RUIZ: I love Amy Sherman Palladino, but why is she dressed like she’s auditioning for a role in a Bob Fosse revue?

DANIEL MONTGOMERY: Hooray for Amy Sherman-Palladino. This is definitely an acceptance speech by the woman who created Lorelai Gilmore.

AMANDA SPEARS: Proof if you wish for something hard enough for YEARS then it will eventually happen! Next Lauren Graham!

MARCUS JAMES DIXON: Seth Meyers had an amazing monologue, but he’s been virtually absent ever since. Is the show running so long that they’ve had to cut all his bits?

TV Comedy Series —  “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”

“Get Out” clip — presented by Halle Berry

ZACH LAWS: Dougie Jones got robbed.

AMANDA SPEARS: Cut to Frances McDormand!!!

TV Movie/Limited Series Actor — Ewan McGregor “Fargo”

AMANDA SPEARS: Was Hugh Grant in “Dunkirk” Their were so many people I cannot remember or was Harry Styles not available to introduce the film?

“Dunkirk” clip — presented by Hugh Grant

Foreign Language Film —”In the Fade” Germany/France

ANDREW CARDEN: With Sarah and Hugh, we at last have the “Did You Hear About the Morgans” reunion we’ve all been waiting for!

Film Screenplay —  “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” Martin McDonagh

ROB LICURIA: Woah, first surprise of the night! Allison Janney takes down Laurie Metcalf. Did the HFPA just not love “Lady Bird”? Or did Allison’s great performance just knock them out?

AMANDA SPEARS: What’s better than losing five times on the TV Side then finally winning for a Film!!

ZACH LAWS: Hate to brag, but I totally predicted Allison Janney would win.

Film Supporting Actress — Allison Janney “I, Tonya”

MARCUS JAMES DIXON: The show is halfway over, and Gold Derby’s odds are 100% on the TV side. That means if you just copied the frontrunners in all of the TV categories, you have a perfect score right now!

Dwayne Johnson introduces Golden Globe Ambassador Simone Garcia Johnson

ROB LICURIA: Hooray, “The LEGO Batman Movie” won Best Animated Featu….. wait, what? It wasn’t even nominated?

Animated Film — “Coco”

“I, Tonya” clip — presented by Allison Janney, Sebastian Stan

AMANDA SPEARS: Okay their rubber-stamping the Emmys. That’s not original at all. 

TV Supporting Actress —  Laura Dern “Big Little Lies”

ANDREW CARDEN: Ahem…no standing ovation for Shirley MacLaine?!

AMANDA SPEARS: Even with a piece of paper Franco NAILED his Oscar Audition. Gary Oldman and Timothee Chalamet take notice!!!

ROB LICURIA: So Tommy Wiseau made a crappy movie. Do we need to cheer him on like he’s the second coming?

Film Comedy/Musical Actor — James Franco “The Disaster Artist”

“The Shape of Water” clip — presented by Octavia Spencer

Film Original Song — “This Is Me” from “The Greatest Showman” Benj Pasek and Justin Paul

Film Original Score — “The Shape of Water” Alexandre Desplat

AMANDA SPEARS: It felt like a missed opportunity to speak about domestic violence from Skarsgard.

TV Supporting Actor —  Alexander Skarsgard “Big Little Lies”

“The Disaster Artist” clip — presented by Seth Rogen

MARCUS JAMES DIXON: Good news for everyone who predicted the Golden Globes: if you simply copied all the Emmy winners, you got a great score! I, of course, thought the Globes would go their own way and so my score is going to be awful.

DANIEL MONTGOMERY: I always love watching the TV winners try to find their way to the stage from all the way in the back of the room. You need a Sherpa to find the stage from back there.

TV Drama Series — “The Handmaid’s Tale”

DANIEL MONTGOMERY: Another great acceptance speech by Sterling K. Brown. Let’s just keep giving him awards until he runs out of good speeches. Might never happen.

TONY RUIZ: At least the Globes let Sterling K. Brown finish. Thank God!

AMANDA SPEARS: The crowd has been really enthusiastic tonight.

ANDREW CARDEN: Someday, Bob Odenkirk and Liev Schreiber, you’ll finally win one of these things. Someday.

TV Drama Actor — Sterling K. Brown “This Is Us”

“The Post” clip — presented by Sarah Paulson

HFPA president

TV Drama Actress– Elisabeth Moss “The Handmaid’s Tale”

TV Comedy Actress– Rachel Brosnahan “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

TONY RUIZ: I love how they’re talking about “The Greatest Showman” like it’s an actual biography of PT Barnum.

“The Greatest Showman” clip — presented by Zac Efron

AMANDA SPEARS: When the Globes are over I’m going to write a thousand times, “I will not make last minute changes!”

Film Supporting Actor– Sam Rockwell “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri”

ANDREW CARDEN: Love Nicole but how I wish Jessica and/or Susan would triumph somewhere!

TV Movie/Limited Series Actress — Nicole Kidman “Big Little Lies’

DANIEL MONTGOMERY: So glad Seth Meyers did a “Jokes Seth Can’t Tell” segment with celebs in the audience. This was exactly the bit I was hoping he would do.

AMANDA SPEARS: Seth Meyers is at a career best tonight!!

ANDREW CARDEN: Seth Meyers is in FABULOUS form tonight – a perfect fit for the occasion.

Opening Monologue

Gold Derby editors and contributors can’t stifle what we think of every moment of the 2018 Golden Globes live telecast on Jan. 7 that airs live nationwide on NBC beginning at 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT and is hosted by Seth Meyers (“Late Night with Seth Meyers”).

Here are live musings on the best, worst and craziest moments of this free-wheeling kudofest from Chris Beachum, Charles BrightDavid BuchananMarcus Dixon, Joyce Eng, Zach Laws, Rob LicuriaDaniel Montgomery, Matt Noble, Tom O’Brien, Tony Ruiz, Paul Sheehan and myself.

SEE ‘The Shape of Water’ leads 2018 Golden Globe nominations with 7, followed by ‘The Post’ & ‘Three Billboards’ with 6

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AMANDA: Welcome everyone.

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