Our 10 Favorite Moments From the 2017 Golden Globes (PHOTOS)

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Our 10 Favorite Moments From the 2017 Golden Globes (PHOTOS)

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The show starts off with a song and dance

The show starts off with a song and dance

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Jimmy Fallon promised a musical intro for the Golden Globes but this number — with a rapping Eleven, a serenading Ryan Reynolds, an #OscarsSoWhite joke, and even a white Ford Bronco — exceeded our highest expectations.

Jimmy Fallon goes off-script

Jimmy Fallon goes off-script

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The ceremony got off to an inauspicious start when this Tonight Show host took the stage and realized the teleprompter wasn’t working. Ever the consummate showman, though, Jimmy kept the show moving and the crowd laughing.

Tracee Ellis Ross makes history

Tracee Ellis Ross makes history

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This Black-ish queen took home the gold for Best Actress in a TV Comedy or Musical, the black woman to be honored this way since Fame’s Debbie Allen in 1982.

Ryan Gosling gets personal

Ryan Gosling gets personal

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As big Ryan and Eva fans, we were so glad to see this La La Land winner humbly thank his wife for her sacrifice during the filming of his movie.

Kristen Wiig and Steve Carell get emotional

Kristen Wiig and Steve Carell get emotional

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The usually-kid-friendly category for Best Animated Motion Picture got real adult — and real hilarious — when these two presenters got weepy talking about their sobering memories of seeing animated movies.

Andrew Garfield and Ryan Reynolds smooch

Andrew Garfield and Ryan Reynolds smooch

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Power couple of 2017.

The Globes honor Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher

The Globes honor Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher

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We were devastated when this mother-and-daughter team left the world one after the other last month… but the Golden Globes’ montage to both actresses was cathartic to all of us watching.

Viola Davis honors Meryl Streep

Viola Davis honors Meryl Streep

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“You make me proud to be an artist,” Viola told her Doubt co-star, this year’s Cecil B. Demille Award winner.

“You make me feel like what I have in me, my body, my face, my age, is enough. You encapsulate that great Émile Zola quote that, ‘If you ask me what I came to do in this world, I, an artist, will answer you: I am here to live out loud.’”

Meryl Streep speaks out

Meryl Streep speaks out

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When it was her turn at the mic, Meryl didn’t waste any time going after anyone who would deport immigrants from this country — president-elects included — by pointing out how many actors and actresses in the audience were born elsewhere.

“And if you kick them all out, you’ll have nothing to watch but football and mixed martial arts — which are not arts!” she said.

Meryl stands up for Serge Kovaleski

Meryl stands up for Serge Kovaleski

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Meryl also criticized Donald Trump for making fun of arthrogryposis-diagnosed reporter Serge Kovaleski, “someone he outranked in privilege, power, and the capacity to fight back.”

“It kind of broke my heart when I saw it,” she added. “Disrespect incites disrespect. Violence incites violence.”

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Any time you get hundreds of A-listers together in one room, hilarity will always ensue. But the 2017 Golden Globes had us cracking up and tearing up. Click through the gallery above for our highlights from the three-hour ceremony.

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