Hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are taking center stage as the 2021 Golden Globes are handed out... and "Extra" is here to give you running commentary!
Here's what's happening:
8:00 p.m. "Nomadland" wins Best Picture, Drama!" Director Chloé Zhao said she was "speechless" after winning, as she thanked the team and star Frances McDormand. She called the movie "a pilgrimage through grief and healing" and for anyone who has been on that journey in life.
7:55 p.m. A very emotional Andra Day wins Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama for "The United States vs. Billie Holiday."
7:50 p.m. Sacha Baron Cohen wins Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy for "Borat Subsequent Movie Film." He jokes that Donald Trump is contesting the results!
7:45 p.m. "Borat Subsequent Movie Film" wins Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy. Sacha Baron Cohen jokes about the film's breakout star... Rudy Giuliani.
7:38 p.m. Chloé Zhao wins Best Director, Motion Picture for "Nomadland"! She is the first woman to take home the award since Barbra Streisand won for her 1983 film "Yentl."
7:35 p.m. Chadwick Boseman was posthumously honored as Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama for his role in "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom." His wife Taylor Simone Ledward accepted on his behalf, saying, "He would thank God, he would thank his parents, he would thank his ancestors… he would thank his incredible team… he would thank his team on set for this film… he would say something beautiful, something inspiring, something that would amplify that little voice inside of all of us that tells you you can… that calls you back to what you should be doing at this moment… and I don’t have his words, but we have to take all those moments to celebrate those we love."
7:30 p.m. "Queen's Gambit" takes home Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television for Anya Taylor-Joy and Best Television Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television! Watch both speeches below!
7:18 p.m. Gillian Anderson was honored with the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Supporting Role. Anderson played Margaret Thatcher in "The Crown" and recently rekindled her romance with the show's creator Peter Morgan.
She thanked him for “imagining that I could inhabit Mrs. T” and for “writing an exquisite, multi-dimensional character against all odds.”
7:13 p.m. Jodie Fosters picks up Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture for "The Mauritanian!" Recently Aaron Rodgers thanked her as he accepted the NFL MVP award, and she got him back, saying, “I love my wife, thank you Alex, and Ziggy... and Aaron Rodgers and the Hollywood Foreign Press.”
7:00 p.m. Jane Fonda accepts the Cecil B. Demille award with a moving speech. Addressing the need for equality, she said, "Stories can change our hearts and our minds, they can help us see each other in a new light, to have empathy, to recognize that, for all our diversity, we are humans first. The non-linear, non-cerebral forms that are art speak on a different frequency and generate a new energy that jolt us open and penetrate our defenses so we can see and hear what we may have been afraid of seeing and hearing."
6:55 p.m. Best Television Series, Drama goes to "The Crown"! Peter Morgan gave a speech, saying, “I’m just sorry I’m sitting in my tragic little office not surrounded by the people who make the show such a pleasure. Quite frankly, I miss not being with all my fellow nominees, in that wonderful room, in that crazy room at the Beverly Hilton. I’m glad I’m not having to face that room making a speech but it’s always the most fun awards show.”
6:50 p.m. Best Motion Picture, Foreign Language goes to "Minari"! Director Lee Isaac Chung accepted the award with his adorable daughter on his lap, saying, "She's the reason I made this film."
6:42 p.m. Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series, Drama goes to "The Crown's" Josh O'Connor for playing Prince Charles. In a sweet moment he called co-star Emma Corrin "extraordinary, talented, funny and a brilliant player of rock paper scissors," he added, "I love you to bits."
6:37 p.m. “I Care A Lot” star Rosamund Pike nabbed Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy. She saluted the other women in her category before noting that while the underwater swimming she did for her film was hard, it didn’t compare to Maria Bakalova being alone in a room with Rudy Giuliani for “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.” She applauded Maria’s “brilliance and bravery.”
6:25 p.m. Best Television Series, Comedy goes to "Schitt's Creek"! Star and show creator Dan Levy thanked the cast and crew, before saying he hopes the award show will be more inclusive next year. "There is so much more to be celebrated," he said.
6:20 p.m. Jason Sudeikis won Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series, Comedy for "Ted Lasso." The star told the audience, "in my humble opinion the best actor is the person you are acting with... I want to give a shoutout to the people I’m acting with on the show... they make me better than I am… better than i thought I could be." Toward the end, fellow nominee Don Cheadle hilariously gave Jason the wrap up symbol.
6:13 p.m. Best Original Song went to Diane Warren's 'Io Si (Seen)' from “The Life Ahead,” while Best Original Score went to Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and Jon Batiste for "Soul.”
6:07 p.m. Emma Corrin won for her portrayal of Princess Diana in "The Crown." The newly minted winner of Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Drama said in her speech, "Thank you to my incredible cast and crew for being by my side this entire time. Thank you to my Prince Charming Josh, I wouldn’t be here without you… Finally, thank you so much to Diana, you have taught me compassion and empathy beyond any measure that I could imagine."
6 p.m. Norman Lear gives a very touching speech as he accepts the Carol Burnett Award. At one point he lovingly says, "I am convinced laughter adds to ones life, and there is know one I owe more time to than Carol Burnett." He later adds, “At close to 99, I can tell you that I have never lived alone. I have never laughed alone and that has as much to do with my being here today as anything else I know.”
5:43 p.m. Amy promises the most awkward speech of the night as she introduces the award for "Least Original Song," which goes to Kenan Thompson and Maya Rudolph playing musicians. They are actually in the audience, and Kenan gives Amy a kiss, while Maya feels her chest telling the crowd she had a "vodka epidural" before she got there. The speech is the mess Amy promised, as they give their very straight-forward takes on "The Crown" and "The Trial of the Chicago 7" and more.
5:40 p.m. Aaron Sorkin just nabbed the Best Screenplay award for "The Trial of the Chicago 7." He joked with his fellow nominees Emerald Fennell and Chloé Zhao that they are the “reason my college-aged daughter wants to be a filmmaker, and I'm never gonna forgive you for that.”
5:36 p.m. "I Know This Much Is True" star Mark Ruffalo just took home the award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television. His wife and kids were with him to celebrate. After thanking his family, the cast and crew and more, he turned to the state of the world and the "dying" mother earth saying, "let’s be courageous together guys, let’s turn the page on the cruel past of this nation."
5:30 p.m. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association leaders address the lack of diversity, and chair Meher Tatna, says, “We must also ensure everyone, from all under-represented communities, gets a seat at our table. And we are going to make that happen.”
5:28 p.m. Best Motion Picture, Animated is a win for "Soul"! Director Peter Docter, co-director Kemp Powers and producer Dana Murray were on hand to accept the award and Powers said fans appreciated the reminder that “seemingly simple everyday moments of life are often the most important."
5:20 p.m. Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series — Musical or Comedy goes to... Catherine O'Hara for "Schitt's Creek"! She said, "I am happily and seriously indebted to Eugene and Daniel Levy. They created an inspiring, funny, beautiful family love story in which they let me wear 100 wigs and speak like an alien."
5:16 p.m. Next up is John Boyega! The "Small Axe" star won for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Supporting Role. The actor was excited and surprised by the win.
5:13 p.m. "Judas and the Black Messiah" star Daniel Kaluuya is the first winner, for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture — Drama. The star raised a glass of champagne from home, saying, "It takes a village to make a film."
5:03 p.m. The co-hosts take the stage with a split screen for a rather seamless opening, despite being in separate locations. Tina points out the rooms are filled with "smoking-hot first responders and essential workers," which means "the celebrities can stay safe at home."
They also addressed the lack of diversity in the HFPA. Fey told the audience, "The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is made up of around 90 international no-Black journalists who attend movie junkets each year in search of a better life. We say around 90 because a couple of them might be ghosts, and it's rumored that the German member is just a sausage that somebody drew a little face on."
5 p.m. It's the first-ever bicoastal Golden Globes! Tina Fey is at the Rainbow Room in NYC and Amy Poehler is at the Beverly Hilton in L.A.