The winners of the Golden Globes were announced at last night's ceremony, kicking off 2016's awards season.
With the biggest names in Hollywood out at the Beverly Hills Hotel to see who picks up the esteemed awards, particularly important as the Globe winners often foreshadow the nominees who will have Academy Awards success, it always makes for brilliant red carpet watching. As well as the reliably good show Ricky Gervais gives the audience.
After promising 'I'm going to be nice tonight', the comedian proceeded to be as gasp-worthy as usual, mocking everyone from J-Law to Matt Damon.
It's always a starry turn-out - and, as usual, it was one of the awards ceremonies where the A-list look like they're actually having a good time (apart from when they're the subject of Gervais's venom).
The red carpet was live, with nominees from this year's biggest films including The Revenant, The Danish Girl, The Martian, Carol and Room all out in the most pappable looks.
There was a big pocket and nude palette trend, with Amber Heard and Alicia Vikander, who both star alongside last year's best actor winner Eddie Redmayne in The Danish Girl, looked red carpet perfect in blush Gucci Couture and white Louis Vuitton respectively.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley showed off her new engagement ring (for the first time… Quite the announcement!) in a gold Atelier Versace dress. While it was Hannah Bagshawe, Eddie Redmayne's wife's, first outing since rumours of her pregnancy have been circling - and the couple confirmed it, with Eddie saying 'That is true' when asked about it by Ryan Seacrest.
Jennifer Lawrence, who's back with a crop, stood out in her usual Globes uniform - red Dior Couture, with side cut-outs, while Kate Hudson (in a nude gold) went one step further in custom Michael Kors.
Cate Blanchett's look was one of our favourites; in a pale pink couture Givenchy dress, a similar look to the silk jumpsuit she wore to the BFI London Film Festival, with her hair wrapped under in one of the most interesting looks of the night.
Kate Winslet too, there to witness her Titanic co-star Leonardo DiCaprio FINALLY get the recognition he deserves with a Golden Globe Best Actor win for his role in The Revenant, beating Bryan Cranston, Will Smith, Michael Fassbender and last year's winner Eddie Redmayne. This is Leo's third win out of 11 Globe nominations, but what does it mean for the Oscars next month? (Fingers firmly crossed for you, Leo.)
Alejandro González Iñárritu's film was the biggest winner of the night with three awards, including his own Best Director and Best Motion Picture (Drama).
Jennifer Lawrence picked up another Best Actress (Musical or Comedy) Golden Globe for Joy, while newcomer Brie Larson got Best Actress In A Motion Picture for the highly-acclaimed film, Room.
See the best pictures from the night, and read the Golden Globes 2016 Winners List here.