71st Annual Golden Globe Awards Ceremony – Top Moments
Last night, American tuned into NBC to watch the 71st Annual Golden Globes – an award ceremony in which the Hollywood Foreign Press Association recognizes the best of the best in the film and television industries, both domestic and foreign. Once again Amy Poehler and Tina Fey proved themselves to be arguably the cleverest dynamic duo we could have asked for in our show host[esse]s, taking two of the top five spots on our most watched moments.
And here they are! TiVo’s Top Five most watched moments, which were gathered by TiVo Research and Analytics after the 8 PM ET/5 PM PT airing, are as follows:
- 8:05pm – During the opening monologue Tina Fey said, “Gravity is nominated for Best Film. It’s the story of how George Clooney would rather float away into space and die rather than spend one more minute with a woman his own age.”
- 8:35pm – Jonah Hill and Margot Robbie arrive on stage to present an award only to find the teleprompter is displaying someone else’s introduction. Not knowing how to proceed, they are handed a printed copy of the script.
- 8:49pm – Kate Beckinsale, Sean Combs and Usher arrive on stage to present the awards for Best Original Song and Best Motion Picture Score, but Usher cannot get to the microphone because Sean is blocking his way.
- 9:19pm – Jim Carrey presents a clip of the film American Hustle by giving a funny and slightly racy introduction.
- 9:56pm – As the nominees are being announced for Best Actress in a TV Series Comedy, Amy Poehler is seen getting a massage from Bono to relieve her anxiety. When she is announced as the winner Amy and Bono make-out for a few seconds.