20 Best, Worst and WTF Moments at Golden Globes 2016

From Ricky Gervais' scorched-earth hosting to surprise upsets, the high and lows of last night's award's show

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Best: Jon Hamm Takes Home One Last Statuette for 'Mad Men'
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Best: Jon Hamm Takes Home One Last Statuette for 'Mad Men'

Matthew Weiner's dearly departed ad-man drama only netted one nomination for its farewell season, for Jon Hamm's inimitable turn as creative genius/human disaster Don Draper. Hamm deservedly took the gold for his iconic role — looking slightly less sad about the universe than he did at the Emmys a few months back — delivering a classy, humble speech in which he called out Don as a "horrible person" (true) and joked that he was glad showrunner Matthew Weiner didn't take his suggestion to end the series on a Chumbawamba song.

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