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Updated: Mon, 13 Jan 2014 08:00:00 GMT | By Emma Jones
2014 Golden Globes: The best and worst moments

Best be-all and end-all intro

Best be-all and end-all intro (© Handout, Getty Images)
  • Flip through our gallery for the best and worst moments of the night (© Handout)
  • Best be-all and end-all intro (© Handout, Getty Images)
  • Best supporting actress in a motion picture (© Handout, Getty Images)
  • Best TV movie or mini-series gongs (© Lucy Nicholson, Reuters)
  • Second worst teleprompter fail (© Paul Drinkwater, Getty Images)
  • Best Breaking Bad wins for everything (© Lucy Nicholson, Reuters)
  • Worst lapse in memory (© Paul Drinkwater, Getty Images)
  • Worst absent hosts (© Paul Drinkwater, Getty Images)
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After the red carpet’s mad dash to the open bar, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler welcomed us to the 71st Annual Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Awards, beginning the night with a rundown of the many talented nominees present at the show. Like Julia-Louise Dreyfus for best actress in Veep and Enough Said, though she controversially chose to sit in the film section of the audience. Gravity for best drama, a movie that proved George Clooney would rather float into space and die than spend one more minute with a woman his own age. Her for best musical or comedy, a film that takes place in the not so distant future, which is perfect because so does Joaquin Phoenix. And finally Matthew McConaughey for best actor in Dallas Buyers Club, a role for which he lost 45 pounds, which female actors just call being in a movie.