"Woman" was the word of Sunday's Golden Globes Awards.
The glitzy ceremony was its most politically charged yet in the wake of sexual harassment allegations that have rocked Hollywood and other industries, with women and men wearing all black in solidarity with victims. The winning films and TV shows reflected that spirit of female empowerment, with the women-led Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and Big Little Lies taking home four honors each.
Other big moments you might've missed from the night:
1. Seth Meyers monologue draws mixed reactions for harassment jokes.
Meyers earned mostly positive reviews for his first time hosting the Golden Globes, although some of his jokes about accused sexual predators Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey were met with uncomfortable laughter and gasps in the Beverly Hilton ballroom.
"Itís time to address the elephant not in the room: Harvey Weinstein," Meyers said. "But donít worry, heíll be back in 20 years when heís the first person to be booed 'In Memoriam.' " Shortly after, he mocked Spacey, who was replaced by Christopher Plummer in All the Money in the World. "They're going to do another season of House of Cards. Is Christopher Plummer available for that, too?" Meyers asked. "I hope he can do a Southern accent because Kevin Spacey sure couldnít."