Tina and Amy! George! Prince! Celebs Tell Us Their Favorite Moments from the Golden Globes
There's no question about it—the 2015 Golden Globes were one for the books. With so many memorable moments, it's hard to decide which ones were our favorites. That's why we asked celebs that were there to tell us what parts of the night stood out to them the most. Unsurprisingly, hostesses Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were a favorite amongst attendees. "The intro... Tina Fey and Amy Poehler... Come on? They should be married!" Robin Wright joked. "They are genius together." Read on to see what moments other stars chose as their favorite of the night:
Kelsey Grammer: Probably just the first time I saw her [daughter Greer Grammer, the Miss Golden Globe 2015] walk out. That was cool.
Quvenzhané Wallis: The parties. 'Cause I love to party. But just being there was awesome, you know?
Rita Ora: Well, stealing a champagne glass from someone. I don't know who they are.
Gina Rodriguez: I mean, I'm just so empowered and inspired by all the amazing actors that I've been able to meet tonight. And how gracious they've been about congratulating me and being supportive. I just really hope that this win allows more people to come watch our show. Because that's the ultimate goal.
Kate Beckinsale: Michael Keaton thanking his son. I'm lucky enough to be incredibly close to my daughter too, but it was just so lovely seeing how emotional he was.
Lea Michele: I was so happy to see Matt Bomer win. I thought that George Clooney's speech was amazing. I thought that some people got up there and just said such really wonderful things. That they took their moment to say something really special. And I was very happy for Matt Bomer.
Maggie Gyllenhaal: I loved Boyhood, and I cried a little when they showed the clip form Boyhood. I loved that. And I was here with my brother. Just being with my brother was really awesome. I love Ruth Wilson. She's doing a play with my brother right now, and she f--king won too! I can't believe it. So all those things were good.
Selena Gomez: Oh, man, probably when Gina Rodriguez won. I know her, but that was amazing. Such a good speech, such a good person. I'm so happy for her. She's representing the Latin community.
Salma Hayek: There were so many. Prince was a surprise. I loved that. All the speeches were great I thought.
—With reporting by Brianna Deutsch and Scott Huver