20 Best, Worst and Most WTF Moments of Golden Globes 2018

From Seth Meyers putting abusers on blast to that historic Oprah speech – the highlights (and low points) of this year's politically charged broadcast

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Best: Natalie Portman's Dig at the Best Director Category
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Best: Natalie Portman's Dig at the Best Director Category

As the ceremony eased into its third and final act, there appeared to be some concern that perhaps people were being a little too polite. Harvey Weinstein wasn't the only problem plaguing Hollywood, after all. Jessica Chastain stumbled over remarks about the pay gap, and Barbara Streisand fumbled in making a point about female directors – but not Natalie Portman. She came to play, and by play we mean throw some dead-serious shade. Presenting the category for best director alongside affability posterboy Ron Howard, she said derisively, "And here are the all-male nominees." It was gloriously rude, and with that one little qualifier she managed to say: "Nobody here should get the warm and fuzzies over this win when so many other people have been excluded so that you could be the only ones to occupy this space." Martin McDonagh, Christopher Nolan, Ridley Scott, Steven Spielberg and Guillermo del Toro could only exchange sheepish looks in return. PR

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