Award ceremonies are fun and all but everyone knows the best tea goes down at the star-studded afterparties and the Golden Globes 2020 shindig did not disappoint.
The biggest nugget of goss, in my opinion, anyway, is your fave noughties couple reuniting (albeit briefly), Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston.
An onlooker told E! that the former lovers were spotted having a quick catch-up chat at the lush afterparty.
“They said hello very quickly,” a source said. “Jen arrived after Brad. It was brief, but [they] were very cordial and friendly and seemed happy to be there. They approached each other once they saw each other inside and looked happy as they started to hug and say hello. Jen whispered something to Brad, but it wasn’t in an affectionate way. They both didn’t seem like they wanted to make a big deal about being together in the same room although it was a private party. They were trying to be low-key. Brad left shortly after and didn’t stay at the party long.”
Sadly there are no pics from their little reunion so please enjoy this iconic moment from way back in 2001, a simpler time:
The New York Times spied Paris Hilton dancing “energetically” in one corner, as Saoirse Ronan watched from the sidelines, shimmering in a backless Celine dress.
Patricia Arquette, who won a Golden Globe for her role in The Act, tapped into her inner party animal and donned a viking hat.
She seemingly got so loose that she accidentally hit her young co-star Joey King in the head with the award.
“Not everyone can say Patricia Arquette accidentally hit them in the head with her Golden Globe. But I can,” King posted on Instagram, along with a photograph of her bruised forehead.
Both Arquette and King earned Golden Globe nods for their performances in the series.
I’ve noticed a lot of reports banging around online about Jason Momoa getting his guns out at the party and while I’m sure people ain’t mad because, well, LOOK at him, his intentions were purer than Santa Vittoria Water.
Momoa told TheWrap that he took his green velvet blazer off to give to his wife Lisa Bonet because “she was cold.”
“I gave her my coat to wear to keep warm in there,” he said.
Qween Phoebe Waller-Bridge once again did her bit for us Aussies, explaining the inspo behind her suit made by Aussie designers Ralph & Russo.
“The designers are Australian, and it’s the most extraordinary thing I have ever worn,” she said, “and I am really excited to be part of that effort.”
The Golden Globe winner also announced her intentions to auction off the suit to benefit Australian fire relief.
One of the greatest on-screen love triangles ever (Paul Wesley, Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev of The Vampire Diaries) also reunited at the event.
Suss the glorious pics you’ve been fanging for below:
Prior to the party, it was revealed that the Hollywood Foreign Press Association had made the decision to switch the menu to meat and dairy free for the first time ever.
“As long term partners of the HFPA, we are pleased to support their decision to offer an entirely plant-based menu for the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Our talented culinary team is excited to create dynamic plant-based offerings,” Executive Chef Matthew Morgan said in a statement.
So how did the stars feel about the dynamic menu?
By all accounts, it seemed like a hit.
When asked if she enjoyed the meal, Olivia Colman said: “I did. It was delicious.”
Arquette was also a fan. “I loved it, the vegan thing was very good,” she said, clutching her award. “Especially the mushroom risotto.”
Brian Cox, winner of best actor in a TV drama for his role in Succession, was not a fan, however.
Why? Because he missed the bloody thing.
“I never got to eat a thing, because as soon as I got this award, I had to go off and do press,” he said. “I’m starving.”
As the night started to wind down, TheWrap overheard Hilton say:
“And tonight’s only the beginning of awards season! I need a detox to make it all the way to the Oscars.”