See who won the much-coveted awards at this year's star-studded event
Exciting news from LA overnight – Leonardo DiCaprio has picked up a the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a drama motion picture for his portrayal of legendary frontiersman Hugh Glass in The Revenant.
Kate Winslet took the award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Apple boss biopic, Steve Jobs.
Winslet looked completely shocked when her name was announced as the winner, and told guests that she was 'never going to get used to it' in her speech. The biggest news of the night though, was the hug that old Titanic co-stars and winners on the night Kate and Leo shared. Sweet!
She's the new name on everyone's lips, and she's set to become even bigger after walking away last night with the Best Actress (drama) gong. The young actress won the award for her role in 'Room', about a woman and her young son who have been held captive for 5 years finally gaining their freedom.
Jennifer and new BFF Amy Schumer were the talk of the evening following their hilarious presenting stint, but it was Jennifer who walked away with the Best Actress (Musical or Comedy) gong that they were both nominated for.
Matt Damon jokingly posed for a selfie as he celebrated his Best Actor (Musical or Comedy) award for his role in The Martian.
The Brits didn't just dominate the best dressed lists, they were also a regular feature in the winners area backstage. Sam Smith and Jimmy Napes will be bringing home the Golden Globe for Best Original Song for Writing's on the Wall, this year's Bond track.
The humbled singer said: 'I genuinely didn't think we were gonna get this' as the pair accepted their award.
The Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture awards went to Sylvester for his role in boxing film Creed.
Best Actress in a Television or Comedy went to Rachel for her role in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Thw writer and star of the series was chuffed to win the award (as her picture shows!) and beat off competition from Jamie Lee Curtis (Scream Queens), Julia Louis-Dreyfus (Veep), Lily Tomlin (Grace and Frankie) and Gina Rodriquez (Jane the Virgin).
Best Actor in a TV Series (drama) went to the one and only John Hamm for his portrayal of Don Draper in Mad Men.
Taraji took the Best Actress in a TV Series (Drama) award for her portrayal of Cookie in Empire - the musical TBV show based around hip hop music and entertainment company Empire Entertainment.
Last night Lady Gaga beat stiff competition to take home the gong for Best Television Actress for her role as a blood-sucking vampire in American Horror Story: Hotel. The songstress was so eager to collect the acting achievement she accidently knocked into the back of Leonardo DiCaprio on her way to the stage and scared him out of his skin. Once in front of the audience she declared: 'This is one of the greatest moments of my life' leading us to believe the songstress will more than likely returning to the big screen this year.
Oscar Isaac may look familiar thanks to his role in blockbuster hit Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but it was his role in Show Me a Hero that won him the gong for Best Actor in a Limited Series or TV Movie last night.
Hooked on The Affair? Us too - and so are millions of others - which is why Maura's Golden Globe, for her role as Helen Solloway in the hit show, is so well-deserved.
Christian Slater beat Wolf Hall's Damien Lewis to win the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor in a television series at last night's awards. The gong came courtesy of his role in popular US show, Mr Robot.