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Golden Globes: Top 10 Moments, Starring Leonardo, Stallone and Brad Pitt

Golden Globes: Top 10 Moments, Starring Leonardo, Stallone and Brad Pitt

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New Delhi: The sun has set on the Golden Globes but the Internet never forgets and so, thanks to Twitter, here are 10 unforgettable moments from the show in tweets and GIFs.

Leonardo's Poker Face Fail With Lady Gaga

Leonardo DiCaprio's elbow was shoved out of the way of Lady Gaga's victory march. He eye-rolled her, she ignored him.

Cookies From Cookie Lyon

Taraji P Henson, awarded for her performance as Empire badass Cookie Lyon, handed out actual cookies to everyone on her way to the stage. Lady Gaga got a cookie.

It Ain't About How Hard You Hit

Sylvester Stallone won his first ever Globe as Best Supporting Actor for Creed and thanked his "imaginary friend Rocky Balboa for being the best friend ever."

America and Eva. Remember These Names

America Ferrera and Eva Longoria used their presenting gig to set the record straight. "I'm not Eva Mendes," said Eva Longoria. "I'm not Gina Rodriguez," said America, referring to the Golden Globe nominee announcement last month when she was misidentified as the Jane The Virgin actress in tweets on the official Globes account.

It's the Pitts Being Ryan Gosling

Ryan Gosling and Brad Pitt were almost the cutest presenting couple, with Ryan complaining about having to go on with Brad. "I'm here to support you," insisted Brad. Ryan wasn't mollified. "Oh that's nice. You take the high road, I look petty. Classic, classic Brad," he pouted.

JLaw and ASchu (Or Perhaps Amy-Tom Hardy)

They would have been the cutest act at the Globes had it not been for Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer, co-nominees and co-presenters. They posed, held forth on celeb nicknames, finished each other's sentences and got a barrel of laughs. Some of it was X-rated, all of it was adorable.

Jack and Rose Forever

Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, co-stars from Titanic and Revolutionary Road, had a reunion and the Internet swooned.

Steve Harvey Must Really Hate Jamie Foxx

Steve Harvey's Miss Universe embarrassment hasn't been forgotten yet, nor will it be while Jamie Foxx is around. "The winner is Straight Out Of Compton," he said while presenting the Globe for Best Original Score. Except, the winner was actually Ennio Morricone for The Hateful Eight. "I'm sorry, folks, I made a mistake," Jamie said to a roomful of sniggers.

Aziz Ansari Brought a Good Book

Nominee Aziz Ansari came prepared to lose Best TV Actor (Comedy/Musical) to Jeffrey Tambor. He was reading the wrong book, however - it should have said Gael Garcia Bernal instead.

Tom Hanks Salutes Denzel Washington

Denzel Washington, this year's recipient of the Cecil B DeMille Award, was introduced by his Philadelphia co-star Tom Hanks. Denzel's name should be added to the single name power list that includes the likes of Brando, De Niro and Poitier, said Tom in a moving tribute to his friend and colleague.