2017 Golden Globes: 20 Best, Worst and Most WTF Moments

From that 'La La Land' opening parody to Meryl Streep's Trump-burn speech, the highlights and low points of last night's buzzed awards show

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Worst: But No Larger Memorium?

Worst: But No Larger Memorium?

By this point, we do not need to remind you that, in 2016, the world lost Prince, Gene Wilder, Florence Henderson, Alan Rickman, Alan Thicke, Patty Duke, Gwen Ifill and Garry Shandling, among countless others. And yet there was no moment during the awards to acknowledge the artists who passed away during what was arguably one of the worst years for celebrity deaths ever. The "In Memoriam” tribute may be morbid, but it's also a nice way to recognize those titanic talents – and it's a shame that it was missing this year, of all years. (Maybe the producers were worried it would have gone on for too long?)

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