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

Best: Seth Meyers' Opening Putting Abusers on Blast
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Best: Seth Meyers' Opening Putting Abusers on Blast

"Good evening, ladies and remaining gentlemen," Late Night impresario Seth Meyers began the ceremony, with a wink and a shiver. He used his opening monologue to put the sea of black satin around him into context, expressing his nervousness about a status as a privileged Hollywood white dude only half-jokingly. The host also turned it into a roast of some of the industry powerhouses who've been called out, including Kevin Spacey and Woody Allen. But he saved his most savage burn for the #MeToo era's most monstrous beast: "Harvey Weinstein isn't here tonight. Because, well, I've heard rumors that he's crazy and difficult to work with. But don't worry, he'll be back in 20 years when he becomes the first person ever booed during the 'In Memoriam.'" Meyer's monologue hit home not just because it was on point. It was also really damn funny. JS