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Golden Globes 2018 Live Blog

Golden Globes 2018 Live Blog

Host Seth Meyers is taking center stage as the 2018 Golden Globes are handed out... and "Extra" is here to give you running commentary!

Here's what’s happening:

11:06 p.m. Best drama goes to "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri"!

11:04 p.m. Barbara Streisand takes the stage, noting she is the only female to ever win best director and insisting that more women need directing roles. She goes on to announce best drama!

11:00 p.m. The award for best actress in a drama goes to "Three Billboards" star Frances McDormand! She told the women in her category that tequila was on her after the show. She went on to say she is pleased to be part of a tectonic shift in the industry, noting the women in this room are not here for the food, we are here for the work.

10:52 p.m. The award for best actor goes to Gary Oldman for "Darkest Hour." He joked that while making the film, his wife Gisele Schmidt would tell people, "I go to bed with Winston Churchill and wake up with Gary Oldman."

10:50 p.m. Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon present best actor in a motion picture drama!

10:44 p.m. Best motion picture, comedy or musical goes to "Lady Bird"! An emotional Greta Gerwig takes the stage to accept the award.

10:36 p.m. Dakota Johnson introduces "Call Me By Your Name," which is up for best motion picture, drama.

10:34 p.m. Jessica Chastain and Chris Hemsworth present best actress in a drama! The award goes to Saorise Ronan for her performance in "Lady Bird." In a sweet moment she points out that her mother is watching via Facetime, and later thanks her!

10:27 p.m. Another big win for "Big Little Lies"! The show took home best limited TV series!

10:25 p.m. Greta Gerwig introduces best motion picture, nominee for comedy, "Lady Bird"!

10:21 p.m. The award for best director goes to Guillermo del Toro for "The Shape of Water." When they try to play him offstage during his speech, he asks if they can give him a minute, saying it only took him 25 years to get here!

10:20 p.m. Ron Howard and Natalie Portman take the stage to present the best director award... and Natalie can't help but point out that all of the nominees are men!

10:18 p.m. Oprah recalls what a life changing moment it was when Sidney Poitier won the Oscar, noting he later received the Cecil B. DeMille Award. She said it isn’t lost on her that little girls may be inspired by seeing her as the first black woman to win the award.

She went on to make a powerful speech about women who have endured abuse and assault. The crowd cheered and rose to their feet as Oprah declared that the “time is up” for “brutally powerful men.” She made a promise to the women watching, “A new day is on the horizon.”

10:08 p.m. Of course, Oprah gets a standing ovation from the crowd!

10:03 p.m. Reese Witherspoon introduces Oprah who is being honored with the Cecil B. DeMille Award. Reese said working with her on "A Wrinkle in Time" was like attending Wharton Business School and a spiritual retreat. Reese added that Oprah's hugs could end wars and create world peace!

9:56 p.m. Aziz Ansari just won best actor in a TV comedy for "Master of None"!

9:54 p.m. "Game of Thrones" stars Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington present best comedy or musical television series. The award goes to "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"!

9:53 p.m. Halle Berry introduces best motion picture, drama nominee "Get Out"!

9:46 p.m. Ewan McGregor wins best actor in a limited series for his role in "Fargo." Ewan thanked his estranged wife Eve Mavrakis for standing by him for 22 years, and also gave a shout out to his co-star Mary Elizabeth Winstead.

9:45 p.m. Hugh Grant introduces "Dunkirk," the drama up for best motion picture, drama.

9:42 p.m. Best foreign language film goes to "In the Fade."

9:35 p.m. Martin McDonagh just won best screenplay for "Three Billboards"!

9:28 p.m. Now, it's best supporting actress in a drama... and the winner is Allison Janney in "I, Tonya"! Allison pointed out that Tonya Harding was in the audience and thanked her for sharing her story.

9:12 p.m. Amy Poehler and Andy Samberg present the Golden Globe for animated feature to "Coco"!

9:19 p.m. Allison Janney presents best motion picture, drama nominee "I, Tonya."

9:16 p.m. Another "Big Little Lies" win! Laura Dern takes home her fourth Golden Globe, this time for best supporting actress in a limited TV series.

9:08 p.m. Emma Stone and Shirley Maclaine just handed James Franco the best actor in a drama award for the "Disaster Artist"! Franco brought up Tommy Wiseau, who was the inspiration behind the film, but laughed and stiff-armed him when he wanted to take the microphone.

9:06 p.m. Octavia Spencer takes the stage to introduce best motion picture drama nominee "The Shape of Water."

9:01 p.m. Two more big wins! "Shape of Water" takes best original score and "The Greatest Showman" for best original song for "This Is Me."

8:56 p.m. Next up, Alexander Skarsgard wins best supporting actor in a limited series for "Big Little Lies"! He gave a heartfelt speech, thanking his female co-stars, especially Nicole Kidman who he shared the most scenes with. He said, “I am here tonight because I had the privilege of working with a group of extraordinarily talented women,” he later added, “Nicole, I love you. Thank you for making this the greatest experience of my career.”

8:54 p.m. Seth Rogen introduces his friend James Franco's movie "Disaster Artist," which is up for best motion picture, drama.

8:45 p.m. "Roseanne" fans will be pleased to see Roseanne Barr and John Goodman reunited to present best TV series drama to "Handmaid's Tale"!

8:41 p.m. Kerry Washington and Garrett Hedlund are up next introducing best actor in a TV series drama. The award goes to Sterling K. Brown for "This Is Us"! After noting Oprah in the front row, he went on to thank his wife and Dan Fogelman for writing his moving role in the hit show.

8:40 p.m. Sarah Paulson introduces best motion picture, drama contender "The Post."

8:38 p.m. Seth just welcomed a president "who is a stable genius," the Hollywood Foreign Press Association President Meher Tatna. She went on to announce two $1 million grants to support journalists.

8:32 p.m. Elisabeth Moss just won her second Golden Globe! This time she is taking home a trophy for "Handmaid's Tale." She just dedicated her award to Margaret Atwood who wrote "Handmaid's Tale."

8:30 p.m. Rachel Brosnahan just won best actress in a comedy or musical for her role in "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel." She couldn't help but say hi to Oprah in the middle of her speech!

8:27 p.m. Carol Burnett and Jennifer Aniston are handing out best actress in a comedy or musical TV series.

8:25 p.m. Zac Efron is up next, to give viewers a look at "The Greatest Showman."

8:19 p.m. Sam Rockwell picked up his first Golden Globe tonight for best supporting actor in "Three Billboards." He shared a smooch with his wife Leslie Bibb on the way to the stage.

8:14 p.m. The first winner is up! Nicole Kidman just took home best actress for "Big Little Lies." She gave husband Keith Urban a big kiss on her way to the stage, and went on to praise the women in the hit HBO show, including Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern. Nicole ended with a special message to Keith, saying when they are cheek to cheek everything melts away.

8:00 p.m. Seth Meyers didn't shy away from reports of sexual harassment in Hollywood. He took the stage addressing the crowd as "ladies and remaining gentleman." Seth went on to point out that it is 2018 and marijuana is finally allowed and sexual harassment isn't. The comedian noted that the Golden Globes are the first time in months that it isn’t terrifying to have your name called out in Hollywood.

Meyers joked that he doesn’t have any power in Hollywood, and he’s not even the most powerful Seth in the room as the camera pans to Seth Rogen. “Remember when he was the one making trouble with North Korea?” Meyers asked, noting, “Simpler times.”

He went on to bash Harvey Weinstein, who has denied allegations of sexual harassment, saying, "Harvey isn't here - I've heard rumors he's crazy and difficult to work with. Don't worry he will be back in 20 years as the first person booed during the memoriam." The crowd didn't seem sure how to react to that one.

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