Golden Globe Awards 2017 live updates: La La Land sings its way to victory with awards for best actor, actress, film, director and score

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New Delhi | Updated: January 9, 2017 10:31:04 AM

Golden Globe Awards 2017 live updates: The awards season is back and setting the pace in Hollywood are the Golden Globes, which are all set to be presented today on January 8 (US time).

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Golden Globe Awards 2017 live updates:  The awards season is back and setting the pace in Hollywood are the Golden Globes, which are all set to be presented today on January 8 (US time). The event will be hosted by TV show host Jimmy Fallon in Beverly Hills, California. Leading the pack for Best motion picture, drama is Manchester By The Sea; Best motion picture, comedy or musical is La La Land; Best actor in a drama is Joel Edgerton for Loving; Best actress in a drama  is Natalie Portman for Jackie, Best actor in a comedy or musical is Colin Farrell in The Lobster; Best Actress in a musical or comedy is Emma Stone for La La Land. Will they win the awards on offer? Will others steal the thunder? Are there any dark horses around? Just keep watching as we bring to you Golden Globe Awards 2017 live updates as they break here:

09.40 am (IST): Jimmy Fallon concluded the ceremony, saying, “Hope you had a good night everyone.”

09.30 am (IST): Moonlight wins for best motion picture drama.

09.25 am (IST): A rare feat in Hollywood, Isabelle Huppert won for best actress in a motion picture, drama, for her work in the foreign film Elle. Huppert was clearly overcome by emotion at her spectacular achievement. “Thank you for letting me win in a French film directed by a Dutch director here in America,” she said.

09.20 am (IST): Ben Affleck’s brother Casey has his day in the sun when he won the award for best actor in a motion picture, drama, for Manchest By The Sea. Thanking his family, Matt Damon and his co-star Michelle Williams. He quoted Denzel Washington, saying, “God is love.”

09.15 am (IST): Eddie Redmayne and Jessica Chastain presented the award for best picture, musical or comedy and… you guessed it, the winner was La La Land. The La La Land team too had a somewhat anti-Trump statement, saying, “Now more than ever to find music and songs that unite us. Now more than ever.”

09.10 am (IST): Emma Stone won for best actress in a comedy or musical, making it a clean sweep for La La Land. An emotional Emma thanked her mother and other loved ones. “This is a film for dreamers. I think that hope and creativity are two of the most important things in the world,” she said, then dedicated the award to person struggling in the arts. Looking stunning as ever, Brad Pitt presented a clip of Moonlight, which is nominated for best motion picture, drama.

09.00 am (IST): Donald Glover won for his role in Atlanta in the category of best actor in a television series, comedy or musical.

08.50 am (IST): La La Land is unstoppable as Damien Chazelle won for best director.

08.40 am (IST): Meryl Streep was honoured with the Cecil B. DeMille Award for her lifetime achievements. She used her time on the stage to criticise US President elect Donald Trump.

08.30 am (IST): Brie Larson, who won the best actress Oscar last year for Room, had a very ‘important’ message for anyone at the awards ceremony:

08.30 am (IST): The best actress in a television series, drama, was Claire Foy, who portrayed Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown. Claire dedicated her win to women who inspired her, naming the British monarch herself. “She has been at the centre of the world for the past 63 years and I think the world could do with a few more women at the centre of it, if you ask me,” the actress said. The series then continued its royal winning streak, bagging the prize for a best television series, drama as well. Will it sweep the category?

08.20 am (IST): Tom Hiddleston of Avengers fame won the award for best actor in a television movie or miniseries. Hiddleston bested the likes of Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston with his performance in the crime thriller The Night Manager. The actor started out talking about the terrible and unsafe condition of children in South Sudan, but the speech drew some flak after it turned into something of a promotion campaign for his series.

08.10 am (IST): The French film Elle, starring Isabelle Huppert, won for best foreign film. The movie centres on a victim of rape who tracks down the culprit to seek revenge.

08.00 am (IST): Kristen Wigg and Steve Carell presented the award for best animated film. The competition was quite fierce Dwayne Johnson Moana and Sing, but it was Zootopia that came out as the winner for the night. Check out the press conference after the team won the award:

07.50 am (IST): La La Land continued its winning streak by nailing the award for best screenplay. Damien Chazelle scooped the award for the category.

07.40 am (IST): The battle of the Ryans came to an end when Ryan Gosling beat Ryan Reynolds for the award for best actor in a musical or comedy. Reynolds had been nominated for his role as the superhero Deadpool, while Gosling bagged his award for La La Land. Gosling gave a quirky acceptance speech, punning on how both actors are often mistaken for each other. “This isn’t the first time I’ve been mistaken for Ryan Reynolds, but it’s getting out of hand,” he quipped. Watch his full acceptance speech below:

07.30 am (IST): Tracee Ellis Ross picked up the award for best TV series actress in a comedy or musical for Black-ish.

07.20 am (IST): Our very own desi girl Priyanka Chopra along with Walking Dead actor Jeffery Dean Morgan presented the award for best actor in a TV series. Priyanka looked stunning in a shimmering golden dress, accessorized with an elegant golden necklace. The winner was Billy Bob Thorton for Goliath.

07.10 am (IST): Emma Stone and Ryan Reynolds, who are both nominated themselves, presented the award for best supporting actor in a motion picture. Aaron Taylor-Johnson won for his role as Ray Marcus in Nocturnal Animals. Check out his acceptance speech below:

07.00 am (IST):

Host Jimmy Fallon opens the 74th Golden Globes ceremony with a few jokes, taking a jibe at US President elect Donald Trump by saying the awards show is “one of the few places left where America still honours the popular vote.”

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