Golden Globes 2016: How Leonardo DiCaprio Won The Night And The Best Moments You Didn’t See On TV

In typical fashion, the Golden Globes 2016 featured plenty of great moments as Hollywood’s best gathered for the prestigious event. While Leonardo DiCaprio easily won the night with his award for Best Actor and his eye-raising interaction with Lady Gaga, there were other entertaining moments that did not make it to the broadcast.

For starters, E! Online is reporting that DiCaprio arrived at the award ceremony in a clean black suit complete with a bowtie, making him one of more stylish actors at the event. DiCaprio would later win the award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture for his part in The Revenant, but that wasn’t the only aspect of DiCaprio’s night that had the internet buzzing.

While Lady Gaga walked up to the stage to take home an award for her part in American Horror Story, she accidentally bumped into DiCaprio’s chair. The Revenant gave Gaga a side-eye look that quickly became one of the most talked about moments of the entire show.

Leonardo Dicaprio gave Golden Globe winner Lady Gaga major side eye as she made her way to the stage. [Image via NBC Universal]

At the same time, DiCaprio shared a precious moment with his former Titanic star, Kate Winslet. After Winslet won a Globe for her part in Steve Jobs, the two exchanged a sweet hug in their short reunion.

Apart from DiCaprio winning the night, there were some hilarious moments that did not make it on TV. According to People, this includes Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer sharing a friendly hug off camera, and Lawrence running into Downton Abbey star Joanne Froggatt.

Harrison Ford, meanwhile, was one of the more popular actors at the 2016 Golden Globes. Many stars, including Ryan Gosling, Brad Pitt, and Orlando Bloom, sought out Ford and took pictures with him during the show.

Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence flaunted their friendship while presenting at the 2016 Golden Globes. [Image via NBC Universal]

In regards to Gaga, the actress did appear nervous in her acceptance speech, with fiancé, Taylor Kinney, making these remarks afterward.

“She can get up at a concert in front of 80,000 people, no problem. But on stage at an award show…”

Although many fans thought Sylvester Stallone failed to thank his director after winning an award for Creed, the actor actual did acknowledge Ryan Coogler the commercial break. Luckily, the Los Angeles Times is reporting that Cooler had no qualms about that part of the speech not making it on the broadcast.

Speaking of the commercial breaks, many stars greet each other when the cameras are not rolling. For the 2016 Golden Globes, this meant a number of different reunions, including ones between Nicholas Hoult and Jennifer Lawrence, Katy Perry and Kate Winslet, Channing Tatum and Jada Pinkett-Smith, and many more.

According to E! Online, Garrett Hedlund might be set to work with Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard on their new holiday special.

The actor was seen chatting with the two stars, who told him, “You’re on it next year. I mean that!”

Matt Damon also had a great showing at the event. In addition to winning a trophy for his part in The Martian, the actor was spotted exchanging numbers with his Oceans 11 co-star Brad Pitt. Damon also celebrated with his win with a beer, something that Saoirse Ronan did as well.

Matt Damon won a Golden Globe for 'The Martian,' but was also seen mingling with other A-list stars at the 2016 Golden Globes. [Image via NBC Universal]

While one unnamed star had an In-N-Out burger delivered to their table, Spy star Melissa McCarthy shared a few candy bars with her friends, who apparently missed out on dinner.

In closing out the night, a few stars lingered behind while everyone else went home. This included Pitt, who took some time to chat with Ford before exiting with Jon Krasinski. Christian Bale and Matt Damon were among the last celebrities to leave the event.

Tell us! What was your favorite part of the 2016 Golden Globes? Let us know in the comments below.

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