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Golden Globes 2024: 'Barbie', 'Oppenheimer', 'Succession' Win Big - Top Moments From The Prestigious Awards

The Golden Globe Awards 2024 was a gala night to remember. The event was hosted by comedian Jo Koy. 'Barbie,' 'Oppenheimer,' 'Succession,' 'Beef,' 'Anatomy of a Fall,' 'Poor Things' and many others led the awards night with some big wins. Here are some of the top moments from the Awards.

'Oppenheimer', 'Succession', 'Barbie'

It’s D-Day! The award season in Hollywood has kicked off with the 81st edition of the prestigious Golden Globes.

The Golden Globes 2024 was a gala night to remember. The event was hosted by comedian Jo Koy. 'Barbie', 'Oppenheimer', 'Succession', 'Beef', 'Anatomy of a Fall', 'Poor Things' and many others led the awards night with some of the biggest wins. Here are some top moments from the Golden Globe Awards 2024.

While Jo Koy did his best to entertain the audience, it seemed loose-ended. But I guess we were expecting some audience interactions during the break-time. On another note, all the celebs brought their A-game when it came to fashion. The eventful night was filled with many actors celebrating their fellow nominees' wins and mingling over food and drinks. Overall, it seemed like a fair and well-deserved awards night. 

That's a wrap on the Golden Globes and a big night for Hollywood!

9:32 AM: Oprah Winfrey presents the award for Best Motion Picture – Drama: 'Oppenheimer'

9:26 AM: Kate Beckinsale and Don Cheadle present the award for Best Performance in a Motion Picture – Drama (Actress): Lily Gladstone – 'Killers of the Flower Moon.' She tearfully accepted her first-ever Golden Globe, and thanked all her co-stars for "being such allies."

9:19 AM: Annette Bening and Jodie Foster present the award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy: 'Poor Things'

9:15 AM: Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig comedically present the award for Best Performance in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy (Actor): Paul Giamatti – 'The Holdovers'

9:04 AM: 'Suits' actors Patrick J. Adams and Gabriel Macht, with surprise appearances by Sarah Rafferty and Gina Torres present the award for Best Television Series – Drama: 'Succession'

8:57 AM: Dua Lipa and Elizabeth Banks present the award for Best Performance in a Television Series – Drama (Actress): Sarah Snook – 'Succession'

In the midst of it all, a happy birthday to Nicolas Cage!

Nicolas Cage with wife Riko Shibata Instagram

8:48 AM: 'Barbie' co-stars Simu Liu and Issa Rae present the award for Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television: 'Beef'; and Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy: 'The Bear'

8:33 AM: Mark Hamill presents the first-ever award for Cinematic and Box Office Achievement: 'Barbie'

8:29 AM: Andra Day and Jon Batiste present the award for Best Original Score: Ludwig Göransson – 'Oppenheimer; and Best Original Song: 'What Was I Made For?' by Billie Eilish and Finneas O'Connell – 'Barbie.' A Barbenheimer clash? We're here for it!

8:15 AM: Naomi Watts and Michelle Yeoh present the award for Best Performance in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy (Actress): Emma Stone – 'Poor Things.' Her best friend, none other than Taylor Swift was seen in the crowd, lauding Emma's win; and Best Performance in a Motion Picture – Drama (Actor): Cillian Murphy – 'Oppenheimer'

8:01 AM: 'Good Will Hunting' co-stars Matt Damon and Ben Affleck present the award for Best Director: Christopher Nolan – 'Oppenheimer.' This marks the first clash between 'Oppenheimer' - 1 and 'Barbie' - null, for now. 

7:59 AM: Florence Pugh and Natalie Portman present the award for Best Motion Picture – Animated: 'The Boy and the Heron'

7:52 AM: Kevin Costner and America Ferrera present the award for Best Performance in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy (Actress): Ayo Edebiri – 'The Bear'; and Best Performance in a Television Series – Drama (Actor): Kieran Culkin – 'Succession'

7:43 AM: Rose McIver and Utkarsh Ambudkar present the award for Best Motion Picture – Non-English Language: 'Anatomy of a Fall' 

7:34 AM: The newest category in 80 years, Jim Gaffigan presents the award for Best Performance in Stand-Up Comedy on Television: Ricky Gervais – 'Ricky Gervais: Armageddon.' Let alone Gervais, who has hosted the ceremony five times in the past, none of the nominees were present at the event. Is there something fishy going on? 

7:28 AM: Gabriel Iglesias and George Lopez present the award for Best Performance in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy (Actor): Jeremy Allen White – 'The Bear'

7:24 AM: Daniel Kaluuya, Hailee Steinfeld and Shameik Moore present the award for Best Screenplay: Justine Triet and Arthur Harari – 'Anatomy of a Fall'

7:18 AM: Hush-hush couple Timothée Chalamet and Kylie Jenner spotted sharing a sweet kiss amidst the break!

7:14 AM: Keri Russell and Ray Romano present the award for Best Supporting Performance in a Series, Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television (Actor): Matthew Macfadyen – 'Succession'

7:08 AM: Jonathan Bailey and Julia Garner present the award for Best Supporting Performance in a Series, Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television (Actress): Elizabeth Debicki – 'The Crown'

7:10 AM: Hunter Schafer and Justin Hartley present the award for Best Performance in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television (Actor): Steven Yeun – 'Beef'

6:58 AM: Orlando Bloom and Amanda Seyfried present the award for Best Performance in a Limited Series, Anthology Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television (Actress): Ali Wong – 'Beef'

6:51 AM: Angela Bassett and Jared Leto present the award for Best Supporting Performance in a Motion Picture (Actress): Da'Vine Joy Randolph – 'The Holdovers'; and Best Supporting Performance in a Motion Picture (Actor): Robert Downey Jr. – 'Oppenheimer'

6:30 AM: Jo Koy Kickstarts The Event 

The host Jo Koy starts off his monologue, getting as many names of nominations in his speech, with a tint of humour and appreciation. 


Date Night With The Stars

6:28 AM: Golden Globes (Taylor's Version)

Taylor Swift has graced the red carpet looking like a green doll. Many other actors like Timothée Chalamet, Selena Gomez, Jennifer Lopez, also caught eyes with their fashion. 

6:25 AM: 'Suits' Reunion

Our very own Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) and Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) have graced the carpet together. They also opened up on how people were downloading their hit show 'Suits' and pirating it, and that's when Netflix came in and they decided to put it all out on OTT platforms, which got the show even more eyeballs. They revealed that a 'Suits' spin-off is in the early stages of development, and would love to join the cast if called. 


6:24 AM: Oprah Winfrey And Rosamund Pike Walk In

Oprah Winfrey stuns in purple, dressing up as the theme for her nominated 'The Color Purple.' Meanwhile, fan-favourite Rosamund Pike explains her "funeral-themed" outfit but reveals it to be a protective veil because of an unfortunate skiing accident. 

Rosamund Pike Instagram

6:15 AM: The Man, Jo Koy, Star Of The Night Arrives

The host ensures he's not late for the awards. He reveals he got his family as his date and didn't get any sleep because he was so overwhelmed by the "special" honour to be hosting these awards. He is so ready to "have some fun."


6:10 AM: Elizabeth Dibicki, Martin Scorsese Walk In

TV Princess Elizabeth Debicki leaves everyone stunned. Charles Mantle slips past the host. The icon Martin Scorsese shows up himself for his nominated directorial 'Killers of the Flower Moon.'

6:05 AM: 'Ted Lasso' Nominee Actors Make For A Good Laugh

Comedian Trevor Noah makes his way to the carpet. The 'Ted Lasso' actors talk about what the night is going to be like for them (hint: alcohol), and talk about their 'Barbie' and 'Oppenheimer'-themed shoes.

6:02 AM: Dance The Night Away With Dua Lipa

More celebrities like Florence Pugh, Lady Gaga, and Jared Leto stun in their outfits. Dua Lipa is guaranteed to make a fashion statement tonight. 


Meanwhile, take a look at some more looks. 

5:58 AM: Jennifer Lopez, Billie Eilish And Finneas Walk In

Jennifer Lopez, in her pink flowery dress, doesn't forget to announce that her new single is coming out on Wednesday. And of course, the 'What Was I Made For?' crooners Billie Eilish and Finneas match outfits and talk about the "loving idea" of 'Barbie.'

5:53 AM: Leonardo DiCaprio And Lily Gladstone Arrive Together 

Leonardo DiCaprio and 'Flowers of the Killer Moon' nominee Lily Gladstone come together. The former suited up in Armani while the latter dons in a Valentino black dress. 

5:50 AM: Christina Ricci, Brie Larson Set The Carpet On Fire 


Christina Ricci takes a trip down memory lane and talks about her first Golden Globes, and the recreation of her 'Wednesday' character. On the other hand, Brie Larson dons a lavender Prada dress and gets her mother as her date. Meanwhile, Emma Stone, Mark Ruffalo, and Willem Dafoe from 'Poor Things' make their appearance together.

5:41 AM: Jo Koy Arrives

The host of the night Jo Koy has graced the red carpet, looking all dapper in a black velvet suit. 

5:40 AM: The Red Carpet Is Star-Studded 

Elle Fanning marks her appearance at the awards for the first time ever in a pretty archival gown, while Reese Witherspoon comes along with her son Deacon Reese Phillippe. Jason Segel is also "excited" to be on the red carpet. 


5:30 AM: Hi 'Barbie'!

The sensation herself is here to conquer. Margot Robbie dons an Armani pink dress, calling her look a "superstar Barbie" look. She is excited about the nominations her movie has gotten and all eyes are 100% set to be on her. 

5:25 AM: America Ferrera Dazzles 

The 'Barbie' actress stuns in a grey-silver dress. The "not-so-Barbie" girl talked about her experience working with Greta Gerwig and Margot Robbie and was all-praise for them. 

5:20 AM: Kieran Culkin Enters

The nominee for Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Series, Drama for 'Succession' made his way to the awards. Upon being asked if the 9-time-nominated show would have another season, he jokingly said it's a "terrible" idea.


5:17 AM: Celebrities Grace The Red Carpet

Celebrities are right on time. 'Abbott Elementary' star Quinta Brunson and 'This Is Us' fame Justin Hartley and his wife Sofia Pernas were among the first stars to walk the red carpet. Comedian-actress Issa Rae dazzling at the carpet. Not to forget, 'Succession' nominee Matthew MacFadyen also sharing his excitement about being at the awards. 

Before we give you live updates, here’s what you must know about the 81st Golden Globe Awards.

The awards, which are only second to the Oscars, took place live at The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles, California. This Hotel has been home to the Golden Globes since 1961. It streamed exclusively on Lionsgate Play. While the red carpet began at 5:30 AM IST, the main event started at 6:30 AM IST and ended by 9:30 AM IST. The show was hosted by Jo Koy, though


Who's hosting? Well-known comedian Jo Koy took to social media to announce on December 21 that he will be taking over the hosting duties at the Globes with his “infectious energy and relatable humour.” Lucky for all, Koy has promised to deliver and ensure that he will bring that energy so as to prevent the ceremony from getting sloppy. “I want to bring my style to the Globes. Of course, I’m going to have fun. But most importantly, I want to make sure everyone’s happy. I’m going to make fun of myself. If I can do that, I can make fun of other people,” Koy said.


Leading nominations? In the movies category, 'Barbie' and in the television category, ‘Succession’; both are leading with 9 nominations each. 

Who's presenting? It’s no doubt the event is going to be completely star-studded. The list of presenters are: Amanda Seyfried, America Ferrera, Andra Day, Angela Bassett, Annette Bening, Ben Affleck, Daniel Kaluuya, Don Cheadle, Dua Lipa, Elizabeth Banks, Florence Pugh, Gabriel Macht, Gabriel Iglesias, George Lopez, Hailee Steinfeld, Hunter Schafer, Issa Rae, Jared Leto, Jodie Foster, Jon Batiste, Jonathan Bailey, Julia Garner, Justin Hartley, Kate Beckinsale, Keri Russell, Kevin Costner, Mark Hamill, Matt Damon, Michelle Yeoh, Naomi Watts, Oprah Winfrey, Orlando Bloom, Patrick J. Adams, Ray Romano, Rose McIver, Shameik Moore, Simu Liu, Utkarsh Ambudkar, and Will Ferrell.


Who votes? The group consists of 300 journalists from around the world, becoming the most diverse voting panel of any major awards show in Hollywood. Golden Globes chief Helen Hoehne said, “Our voters represent 76 countries, bringing a unique international perspective on nominating the best in motion pictures and television this year.”