Steve McQueen accepted the award for Best Motion Picture, Drama for “12 Years a Slave.” He thanked his wife for finding Soloman Northup’s book on which the movie is based.
Leonardo DiCaprio won Best Actor – Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical for “The Wolf of Wall Street”
Cate Blanchett won the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama for her role in “Blue Jasmine,” telling reporters backstage about her role: “It was a mindfuck.”
Jennifer Lawrence won Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for “American Hustle”. Lawrence had a message for young women backstage “just be strong. Don’t be a follower.”
Matthew McConaughey won Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama, “Dallas Buyers Club” saying “I’m so glad it got passed on so many times because if it didn’t get passed on it wouldn’t have come to me.”
Jerry Weintrub accepts the Golden Globe for Best TV Movie or Mini-Series for “Behind the Candelabra”
Elisabeth Moss won Best Actress – Mini-Series or TV Movie for “Top of the Lake”
Bryan Cranston won Best Actor in a TV Series, Drama for “Breaking Bad”
Vince Gilligan and Aaron Paul accept the award for Best TV Series, Drama for “Breaking Bad.” Paul ended the acceptance with his characters trademark “Yah Bitch!”
Alex Ebert won Best Original Score – Motion Picture for “All is Lost.” Ebert said Sean Diddy Combs opened his coat and told him to “Let it Flow.”
Jon Voight won Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Mini-Series or TV Movie for “Ray Donovan.”.
Amy Adams won Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy, for “American Hustle.” Adams thanked her manager for having a feeling about her when she first started acting.
Robin Wright won Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series, Drama for her role in “House of Cards” and told reporters backstage “I really want to go to In ‘n Out right now”
Jacqueline Bissett won Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Mini-Series or TV Movie for “Dancing on the Edge” and accepted with a very quirky speech.
Jared Leto won the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor for his role in “Dallas Buyers Club.” “I want to thank the Rayons of the world for the inspiration.”
Spike Jonze won the Golden Globe for Best Screenplay. “I’m a terrible public speaker and I am terrible at speaking English. Unfortunately that is the only language I know, so bear with me.”
Andy Samberg, winner of Best Performance in a Television Series Â– Musical or Comedy Award for “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” said “I didn’t prepare anything. I told myself it wasnt going to happen.”
Dan Goor accepted the Golden Globe for Best TV Series, Musical or Comedy for “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”
Alfonso Cuaron won Best Director – Motion Picture for “Gravity.” When talking about his heavy accent he said ” I told Sandra Bullock ‘I’m going to give you herpies’ when what I actually said was ‘I’m going to give you an earpiece.'”
Charles Roven accepted the award for Best Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical for “American Hustle.” “One of the benefits of working in Hollywood is that we get to make movies about people,” he said.
Amy Poehler won Best Actress – TV Series, Comedy or Musical for “Parks and Recreation,” telling viewers that her co-stars were “the best in comedy or drama as far as I’m concerned.”
Michael Douglas won the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Mini-Series or TV Movie for “Behind the Candelabra.” He told Matt Damon that he beat out his co-star becuase “I wore more sequins.”