The 5 Best Quotes You Shouldn't Miss From The Golden Globes

January 12th 2015

ATTN: Staff

There were poignant moments at the Golden Globes last night, from the opening monologue featuring Tina Fey and Amy Poehler to the closing credits. Celebrities talked about the attacks in Paris, racial justice in America, and women's rights. Here are the top five quotes you might have missed:

1. When Transparent creator Jill Soloway gave a shoutout to Leelah Alcorn and the transgender community in her acceptance speech:

Jill Soloway Acceptance Speech

2. When Common said this after "Glory" won Best Original Song in a Motion Picture in Selma

Common Acceptance Speech at the Golden Globes

3. When Jeffrey Tambor took home the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series and said this about his part in Transparent

Jeffrey Tambor Acceptance Speech at the Golden Globes

4. When Maggie Gyllenhaal pointed out that, while slow going, roles for women in Hollywood are getting better:

Maggie Gyllenhaal Acceptance Speech at the Golden Globes

5. And finally, when Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award winner George Clooney pointed out what allowed everyone in the room to be there that night:

George Clooney Acceptance Speech at the Golden Globes