The Golden Globes are this weekend, and what better way to get into the award show spirit than by remembering past moments. This list has some of the top moments in Golden Globe history, some awkward, some funny, and some just plain awesome. Take a look below.
10. Frank Sinatra
Let’s throw it back to 1958 with Frank Sinatra. Ol’ blue eyes took over the Golden Globe stage with a glass of whisky accompanied by a lit cigarette. He decided to host the rest of the show with his squad “The Rat Pack.”
9. What do you meme?
Chrissy Teigen became a meme after she was caught making an unpleasant facial expression during the Golden Globes in 2015.
8. Scarlett Johansson
Scarlett Johansson was groped on air during an interview on the red carpet in 2006 by designer Isaac Mizrahi.
7. Diving In
Did you forget your towel again? Angelina Jolie decided to jump in a pool with an Access Hollywood reporter after winning the award for best-supporting actress in 1999’s Girl Interrupted.
6. T&A Takeover
The funny lady duo, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, took over as hosts for the 2015 Golden Globes and made sure to throw lots of shade at Bill Cosby and George Clooney.
5. Bump ‘n Grind
Leonardo DiCaprio and Lady Gaga exchanged a nice awkward shuffle during the Golden Globes in 2016. Lady Gaga was on her way to the stage to accept her award for Best Actress for her work on American Horror Story when she bumped into DiCaprio. Dirty looks, giggles, and a side of sass were exchanged — it’s best to relive this moment in slo-mo.
4. Sugar T**s
Ricky Gervais hosted the 2016 Golden Globes. Per usual Ricky didn’t feel like beating around the bush when asking Mel Gibson what he meant by sugar t**s, referring to the name Mel Gibson called a police officer in 2006 while being arrested for drunk driving.
3. Coming Out
Jodie Foster came out while accepting her lifetime achievement award in 2013.
2. High as a Kite
Jack Nicholson admitted he was high on Valium mid-acceptance speech for his role in About Schmidt in 2002.
1. Short and Sweet
In 2003 Meryl Streep won an award for her work in Angels in America. After giving thanks she decided to shed some light on gay marriage and of course throw some shade at George Bush.