19 Things You Missed At The Golden Globes 2017

From the arrivals to the afterparties

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Last night’s Golden Globe Awards were filled with big surprises, from Barb’s pseudo-return and the Stranger Things opener to Meryl Streep‘s impassioned speech; but there were some moments you might not have noticed onscreen—like red carpet shenanigans and afterparty celebrations. Below are some tidbits you probably missed at the Globes.

Good friends Sarah Paulson and Amanda Peet locked lips on the red carpet.

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Sterling K. Brown of American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson fangirled over Stranger Things‘ Millie Bobby Brown.

Sterling K Brown Millie Bobby Brown

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In solidarity with Planned Parenthood, Mozart in the Jungle star Lola Kirke wore a “Fuck Paul Ryan” pin on her dress.

Lola Kirke

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Stars had to go through intense security upon entering the ballroom—they were met with armed guards and bomb-sniffing dogs at the entrance, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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John Legend’s name was accidentally spelled as “John Ledgend” on his name card (and Chrissy Teigen had the best reaction).

Jimmy Fallon’s opener was the Golden Globes’ first “cold open,” according to Deadline.

 

 

Kit Harington’s cameo was actually filmed in England and directed via Skype.

The dance sequence was choreographed by So You Think You Can Dance‘s Mandy Moore, and 27 out of the 30 dancers were in the La La Land opening scene.
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Julia Louis-Dreyfus DJed—giving Questlove a break—and went hard on the turntables.
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Amy Schumer and her boyfriend took a photo with the cast of Stranger Things—and Amy Adams photobombed.

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Emma Stone snacked on potato chips backstage. Who wouldn’t?

Ryan Reynolds and Andrew Garfield snuck a kiss.

Rogue One‘s Diego Luna presented the Best Screenplay award in Spanish and everyone lost their minds.

Meryl Streep’s touching acceptance speech was the most-tweeted-about Golden Globes moment.

Meanwhile, Atlanta was the most-tweeted-about show.

With seven awards, La La Land made history as the film with the most Golden Globe wins, ever.

La La Land Cast

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After he thanked the hip hop group Migos for creating the song “Bad and Boujee” in his acceptance speech, Atlanta‘s Donald Glover got down to the song after the show.

Blake Lively and Leighton Meester almost had a mini Gossip Girl reunion at the afterparty.

And Cuba Gooding Jr partied perhaps a little too hard.

From: Harper’s BAZAAR US