Great moments from the 2014 Golden Globes

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Tina Fey’s long-lost son, the real Philomena, the Jennifer Lawrence photobomb, and more

PHOTOBOMBER. Jennifer Lawrence photobombing Taylor Swift at the Golden Globes is making the rounds on the Internet. Photo from AFP

MANILA, Philippines – We live for both the big and little moments at these awards shows. Which artists are friends, who was drunk, who made surprise appearances? Here are a few funny / sweet / ‘awww’-inducing moments at this year’s Golden Globe awards

Diane Keaton accepts the Cecil B. DeMille award for Woody Allen

Dressed in a sharp pantsuit similar to the one her iconic character was known for in Annie Hall, Diane Keaton earned the rapt attention of the audience as she spoke about how Woody Allen dreamed up strong, unforgettable female characters. 

The camera cut to distinguished actresses like Meryl Streep, who appeared in Allen’s 1979 film Manhattan, Julia Roberts, Woody’s co-star in 1996’s Everyone Says I Love You, and Cate Blanchett, who’s starred in Woody’s 2013 film Blue Jasmine, during this spiel. 

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The appearance of the real Philomena Lee 

The real Philomena Lee, escorted by writer and actor Steve Coogan, made a distinguished appearance onstage at the Golden Globes, saying that her presence was not only for the movie, but for women everywhere who find themselves in a similar plight as the title character’s. 

Philomena is a film about the true story of a woman who, with the help of a journalist, searches for her lost son. Actress Judi Dench is an awards show favorite this year, and she was nominated in the best actress in a drama category for her title role in Philomena

Liev Schreiber gets emotional during Jon Voight’s speech 

During Jon Voight’s acceptance speech for his win as best supporting actor for his work in Ray Donovan, co-star Live Schreiber could be seen getting emotional as Jon Voight said in delight, “I’m as nervous as everybody else! What happened?” 

Liev was up for a Golden Globe for his performance in Ray Donovan, but lost out to Breaking Bad‘s Bryan Cranston. 

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“…this red, is my blood!” 

Spike Jonze won the prize for best original screenplay for Her, but that segment also belonged to a hilariously barefoot Emma Thompson. The Saving Mr. Banks actress swaggered up to the stage, drink in hand, to comically present the winner for the category, telling the audience that the red on the underside of her shoes was her blood. “Where’s the envelope?” she asked, tossing those blasted shoes away. 

Jennifer Lawrence photobombs Taylor Swift  

“I was gonna come here to push you down the stairs,” joked Jennifer to Taylor. This was after she was spotted wickedly creeping up on Taylor as she was being interviewed by Ryan Seacrest. (Click for the video by E Online) 

Photobombing isn’t new to Jennifer Lawrence or her fans. Among others instances, Jennifer also famously photobombed Sarah Jessica Parker at the 2013 MET Gala.

Tina Fey introduces Randy, her “adult son from a previous relationship” 

Interrupting proud parents Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick as they were presenting daughter Sosie as Miss Golden Globe 2014, Tina Fey suddenly popped up onstage to present Randy, a disguised Amy Poehler in a tuxedo, short wig, and sullen expression. 

“God, I hate being up here!” said Randy / Amy. “Do you want to go live with your father?” said Tina sternly. 

“I can’t, you won’t tell me who he is!” fired back Randy / Amy, running to the audience.  

“Mom, is it him? “ (pointing to Idris Elba.) “Is it him?” Randy / Amy asked again. Randy could be seen hugging media heavyweight Harvey Weinstein as the camera cut away. –

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