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Everything you need to know from this year's show.

Ricky Gervais, 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards
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Ricky Gervais' monologue

Ricky Gervais returned to the Golden Globes, and it was as if he'd never left. Beginning with his monologue, Gervais' night was filled with celebrity burns. Thirteen of them, to be exact. Read them all here.

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Jonah Hill as The Bear

Jonah Hill couldn't make it to the Golden Globes this year. So The Bear (from The Revenant) presented in his stead. It's amazing that Channing Tatum was able to keep a relatively straight face. Read more about their hilarious antics here.

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Lady Gaga scares Leo DiCaprio

It seems Leonardo DiCaprio thought he was stuck in an episode of American Horror Story: Hotel for a second there.

Read more here.

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Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence are BFFs

You know those inside jokes that only you and your bestie understand? Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence spoke theirs on stage at the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards. Queen Latifah's look of confusion said it all.

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Taraji P. Henson takes her time

Taraji P. Henson took home the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Television Series - Drama. When prompted to wrap up her speech, the woman who brought us Cookie wasn't having it. She'd waited decades to give this speech, and she gave it well.

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Quentin Tarantino's choice of words

The famed director may have been a little loose-lipped when he chose to use the word "ghetto" to describe movie composers. Can we chalk it up to him just being super excited that Ennio Morricone earned his first Golden Globe for his The Hateful Eightscore? Maybe. Maybe not.

Read more here.

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The Titanic Reunion

Oh Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio! Our hearts will indeed go on.

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America Ferrera and Eva Longoria keep it real

Stars America Ferrera and Eva Longoria crafted a funny-because-it's-true PSA to let us all know that all Latinas are not the same.

Read more here.

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Aziz Ansari's reading material

Funny man Aziz Ansari brought some light reading along with him to the Golden Globes in the form of Losing to Jeffrey Tambor with Dignity. Unfortunately, you probably won't find this one in your neighborhood library.

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Lady Gaga's emotional win

After spooking DiCaprio, Lady Gaga went up to give a very sentimental acceptance speech.

Read more here.

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Rachel Bloom's excited speech

Rachel Bloom grabbed a Globe for her leading role in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, a show that - according to her acceptance speech - almost didn't happen.

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Ricky Gervais and Mel Gibson get cozy

Ricky Gervais introducing Mel Gibson was a disaster waiting to happen. We all held our breath, but things were pretty tame and actually very funny. Even Gibson got in a good joke at Gervais' expense.

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Tom Hanks introduces Denzel Washington ... with a cold

Tom Hanks' touching words about Denzel Washington moved the crowd. Here's hoping that, when Washington and his family hit the stage, they didn't catch Hanks' looming cold.

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Denzel Accepts the Cecil B. Demille Award

Denzel Washington was literally speechless - meaning he "forgot" his speech and, apparently, his glasses - when he took the stage to accept his award.

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Ricky Gervais' Ben Affleck burn

Ricky Gervais' biting joke regarding Ben Affleck's alleged infidelity left us all feeling uneasy. That includes a rattled Matt Damon, who took the stage just after the joke.

Read more here.

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The Revenant wins big

The Revenant reeled in three Golden Globes, including Best Actor in a Film - Drama for Leonardo DiCaprio. Could this be his first step toward an Oscar in 2016? Only time will tell.

Read more here.

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Jamie Foxx spoofs Steve Harvey

Jamie Foxx isn't afraid to make a fool of himself. So it was only natural for him to mock Steve Harvey, who recently accidentally made a fool of himself.

Read more here.

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Kevin Hart and Ken Jeong come up short

Kevin Hart and Ken Jeong are big stars of small stature. At this point, even the microphone is poking fun at them.

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Mr. Robot wins big

It was a huge night for the new show, which took home two awards. Amazon's Mozart in the Jungle also took home two trophies.

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Kate Winslet wins Best Supporting Actress

Kate Winslet took home her fourth Golden Globe for her work in Steve Jobs, beating out heavy hitters Helen Mirren and Jane Fonda, as well as Alicia Vikander and Jennifer Jason Leigh.

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