If you were watching live last night, you may’ve noticed how quick some epic moments at the 2013 Golden Globes were turned into GIFs so that they live on the internet forever.
Here are a few of our favorites…
Daniel Day-Lewis proved he was actually E.T.
Adele high-fived Daniel Craig after her ‘Skyfall’ song win
And was super excited up on stage
… much to Taylor Swift’s dismay
George Clooney and Amy Poeher revealed a budding romance
Quentin Tarantino did a spit-take
Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell were star struck
Glenn Close got really drunk
Tina hit on Amy
Tina was nominated for her film ‘Dog President’
So was Amy
But overall, Tommy Lee Jones was not impressed by anything
Watch video highlights from the 2013 Golden Globes and share other great GIFs from last night in the comments!
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