“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” and “Big Little Lies” were the top winners at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards. Both the darkly comic film and the HBO limited series ended the night with four wins a piece in their respective motion picture and television categories. The 75th awards kicked off with Seth Meyers tackling Hollywood’s sexual misconduct and gender inequality head on in an opening monologue that also included the host joking about a presidential run for Cecil B. DeMille Award honoree Oprah Winfrey. She answered the call with an acceptance speech that inspired others to seriously consider the possibility.
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The first stop for many at the Warner Bros. and InStyle party was the L'Oréal flats machine. That's right, there was a machine on hand doling out free rollable flat shoes for any lady whose tootsies were wiped out after wearing heels all day.
That did not include Mariah Carey, who was posted up in the first banquette inside the party surrounded by a slew of Hollywood power players: Ashley Judd, Salma Hayek and Rowan Blanchard. Blanchard, 16, wasn't the only teen in attendance – Ava Witherspoon, 18, attended the bash with her mom, Reese.
Busy Phillips, who is typically Michelle Williams' plus-one – this year, Williams brought #MeToo founder Tarana Burke instead – caught up with her BFF at the party. They were hanging out near the "I, Tonya" crew, including Tonya Harding herself.
Despite the fact that Margot Robbie plays Harding in the film, the figure skater seemed to have found a new buddy in Allison Janney. The two kept hugging and laughing as Janney, who plays Harding's mother in the film, let Harding hold her newly acquired Golden Globe. Harding pretended to drop the prize, indicating how heavy it was, and then began rocking it like a baby.
Over on the dance floor, Maggie Gyllenhaal was busy dancing to Camila Cabello's "Havana." More guests were actually dancing at this bash than any other, perhaps on a sugar high after hitting the fully stocked gelato and donuts bar.
Unclear, however? Whether astronaut Buzz Aldrin, who wandered into the bash around 11 p.m., broke out into the moonwalk.
By 11:53 p.m. Elisabeth Moss was celebrating her big night in style.
After taking home the trophy for actress in a television drama series, as well as the best drama series win for “The Handmaid’s Tale” earlier in the evening, Moss was ready to dance.
Shoes off, she displayed her finest moves to an array of songs including “Shining” by DJ Khaled, featuring Beyoncé and Jay-Z, Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow” and Lauryn Hill’s “Doo-Wop (That Thing).”
12 p.m.: This article was updated with more details about the party.
This article was originally published at 10:16 a.m.