Golden Globes Best, Worst and Most WTF Moments

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That ‘La La Land: This was kind of a no-brainer for Jimmy Fallon: A musical number for an awards show set in L.A. 

Jokes About How Sofia Vergara: Let's clear this up once and for all: Sofia Vergara's English is perfect. Her accent is lovely. She can pronounce.

Tracee Ellis Ross: We would've been happy with just about any winner in the Best Performance by an Actress in a TV.

Jimmy Fallon’s: Alas, the good feeling generated by the opening number couldn't last forever. From the moment.

Atlanta: Week to week, Donald Glover's Atlanta was the single most rewarding, surreal and surprising.

Billy Bob Thornton’s: Listen, we love a good Van Johnson joke as much as the next person, but we're still scratching.

People Aren’t Shying: There were a number of pointed references to the POTUS-elect last night, with Meryl Streep's incendiary.

Mahershala Ali gets snubbed: This is tough, because winner Aaron Taylor-Johnson is admittedly great in Tom Ford's oddball meta-lit noir.

But the Men of ‘The People: Alas, the awards didn't keep rolling in for Courtney B. Vance, who played the larger-than-life Johnnie Cochran.

The People v. O.J: Sarah Paulson continued her banner year – an Emmy, a Television Critics Association award and a Critics.

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