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Take a look at the winners from the Golden Globes...
The cast of Les Miserables celebrate the film's success in the Best Musical or Comedy category.
It was a big night for Les Mis. Hugh Jackman's co-star Anne Hathaway scooped the Best Supporting Actress gong for her role as Fantine in the movie. 'Thank you for this lovely blunt object that I will forevermore use as a weapon against self-doubt,' joked the actress as she accepted the award.
Hugh Jackman was delighted to be awarded with the Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical for his turn in Les Miserables. The Australian-born actor had said his gong would be a 'win for Britain' at the 2013 BAFTA Tea Party in LA. 'You know, I'm British,' Jackman beamed. 'I have a British passport.'
Adele received the Best Song award for her Skyfall theme tune. The Rolling in the Deep hitmaker is tipped to repeat the feat at the Oscars next month.
24-year-old Adele dedicated the gong to her new baby boy, saying: 'Honestly, I've come out for a night out with my friend Ida - we're new mums - I have literally come for a night out. I was not expecting this.'
Two-time Oscar winner Jodie Foster was given the Cecil B DeMille Award for lifetime achievement. The 50-year-old took the opportunity to discuss her sexuality in public for the first time, revealing that she had come out to 'trusted friends and family then 'gradually, proudly' to everyone she met.
Ben Affleck is clearly as talented behind the camera as in front of it. The 41-year-old was awarded the Best Director prize for Argo, which is based on the 1979 Iranian hostage crisis, and also won the Best Drama gong.
Jessica Chastain won Best Actress in a Drama for Zero Dark Thirty.
Jennifer Lawrence won in the Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy for her role in romcom Silver Linings Playbook.
British star Damian Lewis won Best TV Actor for his role as Brody in hit show Homeland.
It was a big night for Homeland. The show took home best TV Drama and its star Claire Danes also won Best TV Actress.
Quentin Tarantino won the Best Screenplay award for his new film, Django Unchained, which hits cinemas nationwide in the UK on January 18th. 'This is a damn surprise, and I'm happy to be surprised,' said the director.
Django Unchained star Christopher Waltz took home the Best Supporting Actor prize for his turn in the western.
Lena Dunham writes and stars in Girls, which won in the Best TV Comedy category.
Daniel Day-Lewis picked up the Best Actor in a Drama prize for his electrifying turn in biopic Lincoln.