Irina Shayk and Bradley Cooper
If you didn’t get to watch the 76th Golden Globes Awards Sunday, you missed out on quite a few standout moments. Presumed heavyweight and critics’ favourite “A Star is Born” lost out to popular Queen biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody,” and winners Glenn Close and Regina King gave amazing powerful feminist speeches. Plus, of course, there was the Korean-Canadian woman of the hour who stole everyone’s heart. Sandra Oh made history by becoming the first Asian woman to co-present the Golden Globes and garner two awards after winning the Best Actress in a TV Drama prize for her performance in “Killing Eve.”
On a lighter note, the “Black Panther” cast all performed the 'Wakanda Forever' salute together, and Taylor Swift made a surprise appearance to present the Best Original Song award with Idris Elba. Additionally, Nicole Kidman awkwardly snubbed Rami Malek while he was on stage, there wasn’t a single mention of US President Donald Trump and the’ Fiji Water Girl’ took the Internet by storm by photobombing Hollywood stars.
But there was also another thing we were all talking about, the cutest couples looking all loved up. This year's awards saw some of our favourite celebrity pairs packing on some super sweet moments of PDA at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. And with all that swank involved, they surely turned the 76th Golden Globes into the ultimate date night.
Egyptian-American Rami Malek won big by scooping Best Actor in a Drama Motion Picture for his portrayal of Freddie Mercury in Queen biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody,” and girlfriend Lucy Boynton was there to help him celebrate. The actor, who recently called Boynton, “My ally, my confidant, my love,” fell in love with her while she was playing his onscreen lover, Mary Austin.
Bradley Cooper’s heavily favoured film, “A Star is Born,” was nominated for five Golden Globes, but only picked up one. He went home without the Best Director and the Best Actor in a Drama Motion Picture awards, but having his gorgeous Russian wife Irina Shayk by his side must have been the greatest comfort.
His co-star, Lady Gaga, who won the Best Original Song for “Shallow,” looked very cosy with fiancé Christian Carino. Thankfully, Carino, who also happens to be her agent, was close by when Glenn Close bested her for Best Actress in a Drama Motion Picture.
Michael Douglas, 74, took home his fourth Golden Globe when he won Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy TV Series. “The Kominsky Method” star dedicated his big win to his 102-year-old father, Kirk Douglas. However, he didn’t forget to mention his “extraordinary wonderful wife,“ Catherine Zeta-Jones, during his speech.
Emily Blunt’s practically perfect Mary Poppins earned her a nomination for Best Actress in a Musical or Motion Picture. She didn’t win, but her husband John Krasinski should get the most supportive husband gong for adorably cheering for her as she presented an award, a sweet moment that has gone viral.
Click through to see who else wasn’t afraid to flaunt their stylish couplehood and seemed to be having the best time.
Christian Carino and Lady Gaga
Dax Shepherd and Kristen Bell
Darren Le Gallo and Amy Adams
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones
Rami Malek and Lucy Boynton
Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk
John Krasinski and Emily Blunt
Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman
Sam Esmail and Emmy Rossum
Tony Shalhoub and Marin Hinkle
Idris Elba and Sabrina Dhowre
Tom Kaulitz and Heidi Klum
Jason Ralph and Rachel Brosnahan
Ben Falcone and Melissa McCarthy
William H. Macy and Felicity Huffman
Jim Carrey and Ginger Gonzaga
Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher
Dave Franco and Alison Brie
Adam Shulman and Anne Hathaway
Mahershala Ali and Amatus Sami-Karim
Jeff Bridges and Susan Bridges