Please don’t go, Tina and Amy.
Yes, we are seriously sad knowing that this is the last time this unstoppable duo will host the Golden Globes.
Replacing them is going to be more than a mission. (Unless Bill Hader and Kristen Wigg are in the running – but more on that further down.)
The 72nd Golden Globe Awards kicked off with a bang and actually managed to keep a steady pace throughout its three-hour run.
More than simply being about Hollywood glitz and glam, hosts and presenters made sure things were a little political this year. From Charlie Hebdo references to North Korea jokes, it was refreshing to see people take a stand.
Our only complaint? We wanted more Tina and Amy. After a kick-ass opening monologue, the two disappeared for most of the night, which left us with an unsatisfying good-bye.
That doesn’t mean, however, that there weren’t a ton of top moments worth reliving.
Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader presented “Best Screenplay” and lost it a little. Golden Globes hosts 2016?
Konchita Wurst at the Red Carpet. Enough said.
This Bill Cosby monologue was just too good. Way too good.
Benedict Cumberbatch photobombed Meryl Streep and Margaret Cho.
Jane Fonda looks INSANE at 77 years old. God bless aerobics.
Jeremy Renner might have had a few too many when he blurted a line about J.Lo’s “globes.” #ThugLife
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s Prince!
“Famous people are above the law” and other epic things that came out of Ricky Gervais mouth.
Jared Leto’s man-braid and Je Suis Charlie tribute.
Kevin Spacey finally takes the win and drops the F-Bomb.
The boys of Entourage grace the red carpet
Ryan Seacrest interrupts Benedict Cumberbatch and feels the wrath on social media after.
We have to end it with George Clooney’s swoon-worthy Cecil B. DeMille Award acceptance speech. Husbands across the world, eat your heart out.
Entourage image from: Variety.com