Rami Malek looked truly blown away when he accepted his Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama award.
The best actor win was the first Golden Globe for Rami Malek, who had been twice nominated for his role on the television drama "Mr. Robot".
It is Malek's first Golden Globe win.
All photos are from AFP. "We are still living in divided times, maybe more so now than ever", he said.
Sandra Oh won an award herself, snatching best actress in a TV drama for "Killing Eve", and in a moving speech, thanked her parents in Korean. Twitterati is hugely disappointed with the fact that these two films won the Best Film for Drama and Comedy category. "We have to find personal fulfillment", the 71-year-old actress said.
Instead, small Focus Features movie "Green Book" went home with the biggest haul - three - including best comedy, supporting actor (Mahershala Ali) and screenplay.
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"I will take this one", Malek said, stepping up to the microphone.
Malek thanked Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor, as well as Mercury for providing the role of a lifetime.
The boozy gala at the Beverly Hilton also recognised Alfonso Cuaron's Roma, a cinematic ode to his childhood in 1970s Mexico City, with best director and foreign film honours, while seven movies bagged one statuette each.
Olivia Colman, who plays Queen Anne in offbeat royal romp The Favourite, and Bale won as expected in the comedy acting races. There was no mention of President Trump or the government shutdown, although the pair made jokes about identity politics and cultural appropriation.
"Jeff Bridges received the Globes" honorary Cecil B. DeMille Award. "They were your dad's, too!" he said, before launching into a rambling metaphor about steering ships. Not many saw that coming. Check out our full Golden Globes coverage for the latest news, fashion and more.
"So here's to reruns and YouTube", she said. Burnett finished with her trademark tug on her ear and left the stage to a standing ovation.