Dynamic duo hosts Golden Globes

The much-anticipated awards season is back this year, and the topic on everyone’s lips this past week was the Golden Globe awards.

This year, viewers enjoyed the 72nd annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 11 hosted, once again, by well-known actresses Amy Poehler and Tina Fey.

Poehler and Fey announced this would be their final year hosting the award show and made sure everyone remembered that. They brought up this news several times on the red carpet, as well as during the show.

The hosts kept the audience, made up of many talented actors and their families, rolling with their hilarious blue-collar jokes.

Some of their jokes were a bit offensive to some of the viewers and audience members. It was first time anyone joked about Bill Cosby’s rape allegations. Fey told E! earlier that she and Poehler were going to take full advantage of the show since it was their last time to host, stating, “What are they going to do, fire us?”

It was a big night for films such as “Birdman,” “Boyhood” and “Transparent,” all of them taking home many awards in several categories.

“Boyhood,” directed by Richard Linklater and starring Ellar Coltrane and Patricia Arquette, was the first winner of the night, receiving the award for best drama of 2015. The award for best comedy of 2015 went to “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” directed by Wes Anderson and starring Ralph Fiennes.

Other awards included best director, awarded to Richard Linklater for his work on “Boyhood.”

The award for best actor/ actress in a drama was presented to Julianne Moore for “Just Alice” and Eddie Redmayne for “The Theory of Everything.”

The awards for best actor/ actress in a musical or comedy went to Michael Keaton for his work in “Birdman” and Amy Adams for her performance in the movie “Big Eyes.”

The award for best animated feature of 2015 went to “How to Train Your Dragon 2,” which was written and directed by Dean Deblois.

The award for best original song was for “Glory,” which was featured in the movie “Selma” written by artists John Legend and Common. The winner of the best score for 2015 went to “The Theory of Everything,” which was directed by James Marsh.

Accompanying the many awards given out for the movies of 2015, television series also took home a lot of awards that night. The winner of the best TV comedy or musical of 2015 went to “Orange is The New Black.” The award for best TV drama of 2015 was presented to “The Affair,” starring Dominic West and Ruth Wilson.

These awards and more were given to some extremely deserving and talented actors this year. For a full list of all the nominees and winners, visit ABC.com.

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