The Golden Globe Awards are back and flashier than ever.
Last year saw the absence of a traditional, televised ceremony for the Golden Globes after actors and other creatives across the entertainment industry boycotted the HFPA over a lack of diversity in its organization. This year marks not only the 80th anniversary of the Globes and their return to the screen, but also the restoration of one of the funniest nights for Twitter homepages everywhere.
Fans watching the ceremony made sure to give their live commentary on the evening’s most unexpected moments, from Rihanna’s quiet arrival after skipping the red carpet to Austin Butler’s insistence on continuing to speak like Elvis Presley.
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Ahead, the funniest Twitter reactions to the 2023 Golden Globes.
Viewers gave their red-carpet fashion input.
Twitter gave props to host Jerrod Carmichael for delivering some hilarious one-liners throughout the show.
Rihanna and A$AP Rocky quietly skipped the red carpet and headed straight into the venue. Fans reacted accordingly when the singer promptly lost in the category of Best Original Song soon after her unexpected arrival.
Abbott Elementary swept the ceremony, to the delight of many fans on Twitter.
Michelle Yeoh’s hilarious reaction to being played off during her acceptance speech for Best Actress in a Comedy Motion Picture got some love.
Austin Butler nabbed the award for Best Actor in a Drama Motion Picture for his breakout role as Elvis Presley in Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis, but people seemed more focused on his continued use of Elvis’s Southern accent.
Zendaya won her first Golden Globe, though she was not in attendance during the ceremony. Fans mourned her absence.
Fans of House of the Dragon didn’t let Emma D’Arcy’s snub go unnoticed.
Twitter was moved—and entertained—by Jennifer Coolidge’s acceptance speech for her first Golden Globe win.
Amanda Seyfried was apparently too busy creating a new musical to accept her Golden Globe statuette, which prompted Twitter’s curiosity.
This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US.