The 2019 Golden Globes Awards
Olivia Colman just won for her performance in "The Favourite."
Colman, who played Queen Anne, thanked the Golden Globes for the "amazing" sandwiches.
She thanked her "b*tches" — Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone, who acted alongside her in the film.
"Every second of working with you girls was such a joy," she said.
Colman then shared a bit of her experience on the set: "I went on a private jet and I ate constantly throughout the film. It was brilliant."
The best limited series or TV movie went to FX's "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story."
Producer Brad Simpson paid tribute to Versace, who was out as a gay man at a time many were not.
Simpson urged everyone to look to the late designer as an example during a time when the LGBTQ community appears to be under assault.
"As human beings we should resist in the street, resist at the ballot box and show love and empathy in our lives," Simpson said.
Dick Van Dyke was on hand with Emily Blunt to present "Mary Poppins Returns " as one of the nominees for best motion picture - musical or comedy.
"I spotted Carol Burnett earlier and I said 'My God I know her!'" Van Dyke said.
He received a standing ovation from the audience and from our hearts.
Because, who doesn't love Dick Van Dyke?
"The Kominsky Method" was awarded best TV series - musical or comedy.
Creator Chuck Lorre had to catch himself to correctly thank its producers, Warner Media, the new company now owned by AT&T.
We get it, Chuck, we work for them too. (CNN's parent company is also AT&T.)
Michael Douglas earlier won for best actor in a musical or comedy for his role on the show.
Actress Rachel Brosnahan nabbed a win for her performance in "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel."
She thanked the "incredible village" it takes to produce the show.
"Our village is a matriarchy," Brosnahan said.
She celebrated that women hold leadership positions across the show.
Quick, somebody get her a contract!
Twitter lit up Sunday night about the woman handing out Fiji Water on the Golden Globes red carpet.
At the very least she won for meme of the night after Twitter dubbed her "Fiji Water Girl" and couldn't stop talking about her standing there in the background, poised with bottles of water to quench the throats of the stars.
The true winner was probably Fiji Water, which was one of the sponsors of the night.
Seriously, whoever directed her to just stand there behind every celeb needs a raise.
Here's the thing though: How interesting is your awards show when one of the most exciting things is the person holding bottled water?
Alfonso Cuarón just won the best director category for his film "Roma."
Cuarón, who won a best director Oscar for "Gravity" in 2014, thanked the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, his partners and actresses Yalitza Aparicio and Marina de Tavira, who starred in the Netflix film.
He also paid tribute to his family and his home country, Mexico, for shaping and creating him.
"Muchas Gracias, Mexico," he said.
Jeff Bridges received the Cecil B. DeMille Award for his lifetime work and achievements.
During his acceptance speech he thanked his late father, Lloyd Bridges, and pulled up his sleeve to reveal his cuff links.
"They were your dad's, too!" Bridges said.
Bridges, who has starred in films like "The Big Lebowski" and "True Grit," has received five Globe nominations. His first came in 1984 for "Starman," followed by nominations for his performances in "The Fisher King" and "The Contender."
Bridges won a Golden Globe for best actor in 2009 for "Crazy Heart." His fifth nomination came in 2016 for "Hell or High Water."
Previous honorees of the Cecil B. deMille Award include: George Clooney, Robert De Niro, Audrey Hepburn, Harrison Ford, Jodie Foster, Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, Meryl Streep, Barbra Streisand, Denzel Washington and Oprah Winfrey.
Darren Criss feels like he finally made the varsity.
He won for best performance by an actor in a series, limited series or motion picture made for television for "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story."
The former "Glee" star has been hailed for his performance as Andrew Cunanan, the man who killed famed designer Versace.
Criss thanked plenty of people, including his mom, "a firecracker of a Filipino," as he gave a nod to the importance of representation in Hollywood.