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Apart from the reveal of all the winners, the show itself featured several memorable moments, from Maya Rudolph's proposal to co-presenter Amy Poehler in a send-up of the proposal at the 2018 Emmys to winner Christian Bale thanking "Satan" for inspiration for his performance as Dick Cheney in Vice.
Meanwhile, Carol Burnett accepted the inaugural award named in her honor, for lifetime achievement in television, from Steve Carell, while Sandra Oh and Rachel Brosnahan made history for their wins for Killing Eve and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, respectively.
The Hollywood Reporter recapped the best parts from the Golden Globes — including the opening monologue and the night's biggest wins.
Tune in after for more of a recap at The Hollywood Reporter and Twitter's official aftershow live on Twitter.
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