‘La La Land’ dominates this year’s Golden Globes as it took seven wins; including Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical and Best Screenplay. ‘The Crown’ wins two awards including Best Television Series – Drama; beating competitors such as ‘Westworld’, ‘Stranger Things’ as well as ‘Games of Thrones’.

‘Moonlight’ however, won the biggest award of the night – Best Motion Picture – Drama.

Tracee Ellis Ross wins Best TV Series Actress in her role in smash hit comedy ‘Black-ish’; giving a strong speech about the fact that there are more stories that needed to be heard from all walks of life.

Best Actress in a Television Movie or Miniseries went to Sarah Paulson for her oerformance in the smash hit ‘The People vs O.J. Simpson.’. More success continues with show as it also wins Best Television Limited Series.

Viola Davis adds another award  to her cabinet as she is awarded Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for ‘Fences’, which also stars Denzel Washington. It was a couple of days after her name was added to the prestigious Walk Of Fame in L.A…

‘Atlanta’ ,starring rapper Childish Gambino  (who also took Best Actor in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical award), wins Best Television series, beating the likes of ‘Veep’ and ‘Transparent’. Aaron Taylor-Johnson acknowledges designer-turn-writer Tom Ford during his winning speech for his Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in ‘Nocturnal Animals.’

Meanwhile, Tom Hiddleston is Golden Globes’ Best Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries for ‘The Night Manager’. The show conquered the night as Hugh Laurie and Olivia Colman   dominate both Best Supporting Actor and Actress in a Television Series. Making the show to win three awards in total.

For Best Actor in a Motion Picture, it was Ryan Gosling for ‘La La Land’, beating Ryan Reynold in ‘Deadpool’ and Colin Farrell’s performance in ‘The Lobster’. Emma Stones follows as winner of Best Actress in a Motion Picture.

Justin Hurwitz wins the Golden Globe gong for both Best Original Score and Best Original Song in Motion Picture  for ‘La La Land.’ 

There was more double victories for the crew behind the film  (‘La La Land’), as both Best Director and Best Screenplay went to Damien Chazelle.

Claire Foy, who is recently starring in the Netflix original ‘The Crown’ wins Best Television Series Actress – Drama, whilst Casey Affleck wins Best Actor in a Motion Picture for ‘Manchester by the Sea.’

‘Zootopia’ beat ‘Moana’ and ‘Zubo and the Two Strings’ for Best Animated Feature Film. French film ‘Elle’ won Best Foreign Film. The honourary Cecil B. Demille Award went to Meryl Streep, which was presented to her by Viola Davis.

Naomi Campbell, Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman,John Legend, Leo DiCaprio, Amy Schumer and Matt Damon were among the A-list guests who presented awards on the night.


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