Golden Globes: Woody Allen, Margot Robbie Top Bing's Searches
Matthew McConaughey, Robin Wright and Andy Samberg's "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" also topped the search engine's inquiries on Sunday night.
Of the many memorable moments from Sunday night's Golden Globes telecast, which bits had viewers searching for answers?
According to Bing's search spikes, the most-searched moment of the night was Woody Allen's no-show to accept the prestigious Cecil B. DeMille award, possibly because users were wondering why he wasn't there to accept his own accolade (and having Diane Keaton sing the Girl Scouts song in dedication to him instead).
Coming in second for Bing's top Globes-related searches was Jacqueline Bisset’s odd acceptance speech for Dancing on the Edge, with Amy Poehler and Bono’s hilarious smooch -- celebrating her win for best TV actress, comedy -- coming in third. (The co-host also collected a noteworthy queries for "Amy Poehler hot" just after she appeared onstage for the opening monologue in a dark teal Stella McCartney number.)
Ranking as the fourth-highest search of the night was the win from Dallas Buyers Club's Matthew McConaughey for best actor in a motion picture, followed by Fox's freshman comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which won for best comedy series, while star Andy Samberg took home comedy's best acting honor.
The most-searched person throughout the evening though was The Wolf of Wall Street's Margot Robbie, who stunned in a beaded, cream Gucci gown. Other top searches of the night included Robin Wright's best TV actress win, showing a noteworthy spike due to her wardrobe malfunction. And of the three expectant mothers on the red carpet, Olivia Wilde was searched more than Kerry Washington and Drew Barrymore.