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The best moments from the Golden Globes 2014

Awards season kicked off with a bang as comedy queens Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosted the 2014 Golden Globes ceremony on Sunday night.

Scroll down to relive the star-studded affair and see our pick of the best moments from the evening.

Award hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler set the tone for an evening of jokes and laughs, starting with Tina's entertaining line of, "We are hosting the Golden Globes for our second time, because this is Hollywood and if something works they'll keep doing it until everyone hates it."

The comedy duo poked fun at the famous faces in the room, with the best joke coming at the expense of Gravity star George Clooney. "It's the story of how George Clooney would rather float away into space and die than spend one more minute with a woman his own age," quipped Tina about the film.

She then called Matt Damon "basically a garbage person", which the 43-year-old actor took on the chin, saying, "It's me, the garbage man," as he walked on stage. Photo: © Getty Images

Leonardo DiCaprio got a standing ovation when he won the award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture (musical or comedy) for his portrayal in The Wolf of Wall Street.

Leonardo, who attended the awards ceremony with his mother Irmelin, leaving his 21-year-old girlfriend Toni Garrn at home, gave special mention to the film's director Martin Scorsese, saying he had "influenced everybody in this room" with his visionary film making. Photo: © Getty Images

Drama 12 Years a Slave was awarded the much-deserved Best Motion Picture, after going up against Captain Phillips, Gravity, Philomena and Rush. Photo: © Getty Images

Remarking to the press that she had "no idea" what she was doing there, Jennifer Lawrence couldn't have been more wrong. The 23-year-old Oscar winner was genuinely shocked as she accepted the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for her role in American Hustle.

Much like last year's speech when she won an award for Silver Linings Playbook, Jennifer had the audience in stitches and could barely piece her words together. Photo: © Getty Images

Despite losing out to Cate Blanchett for the Best Actress in Motion Picture award, Emma Thompson still gave the best on-stage performance. Wearing Vintage Lanvin from WilliamVintage, the British beauty strolled on stage barefoot, designer Christian Louboutin heels in one hand and a martini in the other.

The 54-year-old star joked that the trademark Louboutin red soles were actually her blood, because her feet were aching so much. "I just want you to know, this red? It's my blood," said Emma.

The cherry on the top was when Emma realised she didn't have the envelope with the list of nominations and it had to be brought over to her. Photo: © Getty Images

The Wolf on Wall Street co-stars Jonah Hill and Margot Robbie suffered a technical malfunction on stage when they were given the wrong introduction for their presenting speech.

"I'm not going to lie to you right now, they put up the wrong stuff on the teleprompter," said Jonah to fits of laughter.

Jonah and Margot quickly improvised, reading out from a piece of yellow legal paper in true Wolf on Wall Street style. Photo: © Getty Images

Awards host Amy Poehler took a break from her duties to dress up as a young boy in a tuxedo, also known as Tina Fey's fake illegitimate son Randy Fey. Amy did a little skit, joking that Idris Elba was her long lost father. Photo: © Getty Images

As the notoriously fame-shy Woody Allen won the outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award, his close friend Diane Keaton, who starred in Woody's film Annie Hall, accepted the trophy on his behalf with a speech and musical rendition.

"It's kind of hard for me to wrap my mind around the fact that 179 of the world's most captivating actresses have appeared in Woody Allen's films," said Diane. "And there's a reason for this. And the reason is, they wanted to.

"Woody's films have been changing the way we think about life, love and the pursuit of neuroses forever."
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Michael Douglas paid tribute to his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones, with whom he has recently reconciled, and his children, as he accepted his gong for Best Actor in a mini-series or TV movie.

"To Catherine, Carys, Cameron and Dylan – all my love," said the Behind the Candelabra actor, before thanking his co-star Matt Damon and the film's director Steven Soderbergh for their support. Photo: © Rex

Breaking Bad was honoured with its first two Golden Globes, winning Best Television Drama and Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series.

"This is such a wonderful honour and such a lovely way to say goodbye to the show that has meant so much to me," said star Bryan Cranston (right) as he accepted his trophy.

Aaron Paul (left) was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a TV Series, but lost out to Ray Donovan's Jon Voight. Photo: © Getty Images

Jennifer Lawrence pulled off a hilarious photo bomb when she snuck up on Taylor Swift and crashed her on-camera interview with Ryan Seacrest, just 15 minutes before the awards ceremony.

The moment was captured on film by Ryan who shared it on Instagram shortly afterwards. "The single most important photo from the #goldenglobes red carpet," he captioned the snap. Photo: © Getty Images

Funnyman Rico Rodriguez, best known as Manny on Modern Family, joked around as he arrived at the 71st Golden Globes ceremony. While the popular sitcom was nominated but lost in two categories, Rico's good humour wasn't affected. Photo: © Getty Images

Leonardo DiCaprio and Bradley Cooper left their young model girlfriends at home and escorted their mothers to the star-studded ceremony.

The proud mums often accompany their sons to high-profile events, and Leonardo's mother proved to be a lucky charm on the night as the Wolf of Wall Street star scooped the award for Best Performance by an Actor. Photo: © Getty Images

Scandal actress Kerry Washington finally confirmed her pregnancy when she arrived at the award ceremony showing off her blossoming baby bump.

"I have the best date tonight - my little accessory here," said a beaming Kerry, rubbing her bump as she spoke to Ryan Seacrest. The 36-year-old star, who is married to Nnamdi Asomugha, stole the show in a pearl white Alexander Wang gown. Photo: © Getty Images

Brides-to-be Emma Roberts and Jamie Chung were just two of the stars who got engaged to their fiancés over Christmas.

Emma, who was accompanied by her beau Evan Peters, debuted her pink gold and diamond ring, while Jamie was pictured flashing her round diamond ring for the first time. Photo: © Getty Images

An eager fan grabbed the opportunity to take a selfie with Chris Hemsworth and his pregnant wife Elsa Pataky.

The Thor star and the Spanish actress, who are already parents to their toddler daughter India, looked loved-up as they spent the evening side by side. Photo: © Getty Images

The celebrations continued after the awards ceremony for Jaime King, Taylor Swift and Hailee Steinfeld. The country singer and her actress friends struck a pose for the cameras and looked to be having a whale of a time at the after party. Photo: © Getty Images

Joaquin Phoenix got the shock of his life when director Spike Jonze, who picked up the award for Best Screenplay for comedy drama Her, lunged forward to give him a big kiss on the cheek. The pair had worked on the film together, alongside Amy Adams and Scarlett Johansson. Photo: © Getty Images

Tom Hanks, who was nominated for Best Actor in a Motion Picture, lost out to Matthew McConaughey for his role in Dallas Buyers Club. Photo: © Getty Images

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