There was also social integration as part of the pre-show red carpet, including fan Instagram videos being answered by the stars.
Jacqueline Bisset‘s tongue-tied moment received mixed reaction:
Maddest acceptance speech in awards history. Take a bow, Ms Bisset. #GoldenGlobes
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) January 13, 2014
Bryan Cranston (best actor in TV drama) and “Breaking Bad’s”(best TV drama) back-to-back victories pleased loyal fans.
Walter White could probably teach Potions at Hogwarts if he wanted. #GoldenGlobes
— Professor Snape (@_Snape_) January 13, 2014
Co-host Amy Poehler stole the show with two stand-out skits: making out with a rocker and cross-dressing as one.
"House of Cards's" Robin Wright's high-heels dash to the stage wowed:
Social TV history: Wright is the first actress to win a Golden Globe for an online-only show.
That's the Lost Remote social summary: what were some of your favorite social moments? Comment below.
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