Last night saw the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards take place in a glittering ceremony at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles.
Widely viewed as an early indication of potential winners at the Academy Awards (nominations for which are due to be announced in just over a week, on Tuesday 25 January), The Social Network led the charge, securing four Globes, and TV show Glee not far behind with three wins.
Discover all the winners from last night's ceremony by opening the gallery below, or else take a look at who wore what in our Golden Globes fashion report.
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Natalie Portman, Best Actress In A Motion Picture (Drama)
The mother-to-be picked up the only award for tipped-to-sweep-the-board Black Swan.
Halle Berry for Frankie and Alice
Nicole Kidman for Rabbit Hole
Jennifer Lawrence for Winter's Bone
Michelle Williams for Blue Valentine
Colin Firth, Best Actor In A Motion Picture (Drama )
There was no surprises in the Best Actor category, with Colin Firth - who was inaugerated into the Hollywood Walk of Fame last week - picking up the award.
Jesse Eisenberg for The Social Network
James Franco for 127 Hours
Ryan Gosling for Blue Valentine
Mark Wahlberg for The Fighter
Annette Benning, Best Actress In A Motion Picture (Comedy Or Musical)
Benning pipped The Kids Are All Right co-star Julianne Moore to the award for Best Actress in a comedy or musical.
Anne Hathaway for Love and Other Drugs
Angelina Jolie for The Tourist
Julianne Moore for The Kids Are All Right
Emma Stone for Easy A
Paul Giamatti, Best Actor In A Motion Picture (Comedy Or Musical )
Not even two nominations in the Best Actor category could clinch it for Johnny Depp, who lost out to Paul Giamatti for Barney's Vision.
Johnny Depp for Alice in Wonderland
Johnny Depp for The Tourist
Jake Gyllenhaal for Love and Other Drugs
Kevin Spacey for Casino Jack
The Social Network, Best Motion Picture (Drama)
Proof that Facebook may indeed be taking over the world came with a surprise win in the Best Motion Picture category for David Fincher's The Social Network.
The King's Speech
The Kids Are All Right, Best Motion Picture (Comedy Or Musical )
Following Anette Benning picking up Best Actress, there was a second win for The Kids Are All Right in the form of Best Motion Picture (Comedy or Musical).
Alice in Wonderland
Melissa Leo, Best Supporting Actress In A Motion Picture
It's yet to be released in the UK, but The Fighter, for which Melissa Leo picked up her Supporting Actress award, is tipped for Oscar recognition too. See it here from 4 February.
Amy Adams for The Fighter
Helena Bonham Carter for The King's Speech
Mila Kunis for Black Swan
Jacki Weaver for Animal Kingdom
Christian Bale, Best Supporting Actor In A Motion Picture
It was a double win on the Supporting Actor and Actress front for The Fighter, with Christian Bale also picking up an award for his role as a boxing trainer in the film, which saw him lose a third of his body weight.
Michael Douglas for Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps
Andrew Garfield for The Social Network
Jeremy Renner for The Town
Geoffrey Rush for The King's Speech
Boardwalk Empire, Best TV Series (Drama )
Glee, Best TV Series (Comedy or Musical )
A stellar year for the all-singing, all-dancing Glee was topped with a win for Best TV Series.
The Big Bang Theory
The Big C
Katey Sagal, Best Actress In A TV Series (Drama)
In bright orange satin, Sagal beat out competition from Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss and The Good Wife's Julianna Marguiles for her role in Sons of Anarchy, a show about an outlaw motorcycle club.
Julianna Marguiles for The Good Wife
Elisabeth Moss for Mad Men
Piper Perabo for Covert Affairs
Kyra Sedgwick for The Closer
Steve Buscemi, Best Actor In A TV Series (Drama )
Another win for Boardwalk Empire, this time for the brilliant Steve Buscemi who plays a corrupt politician in the show.
Bryan Cranston for Breaking Bad
Michael C. Hall for Dexter
Jon Hamm for Mad Men
Hugh Laurie for House
Claire Danes: Best Actress In A Mini-Series or TV Movie
Claire Danes swapped the silver screen for TV once again this year, earning herself the Globe for Best Actress in A Mini-Series or TV Movie for her role in Temple Grandin.
Hayley Atwell for Pillars of the Earth
Judi Dench for Return to Cranford
Romola Garai for Emma
Jennifer Love Hewitt for The Client List
Jane Lynch, Best Supporting Actress In A TV Series
Former Stylist cover star Jane Lynch picked up a well-deserved award for her portrayal of the wickedly sharp-tongued Sue Sylvester in Glee.
Hope Davis for The Special Relationship
Kelly MacDonald for Boardwalk Empire
Julia Stiles for Dexter
Sofia Vergara for Modern Family
Best Director: David Fincher for The Social Network
Best Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin for The Social Network
Best Animated Feature Film: Toy Story 3
Best Foreign Language Film: In a Better World (Denmark)
Best Original Score (Motion Picture): Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross for The Social Network"
Best Original Song (Motion Picture): 'You Haven't Seen the Last of Me' from Burlesque
Best Mini-Series or TV Movie: Carlos
Best Actor In A TV Series (Comedy Or Musical): Jim Parsons for The Big Bang Theory
Best Actress In A TV Series (Comedy Or Musical ): Laura Linney for The Big C
Best Actor In A Mini-Series or TV Movie : Al Pacino for You Don't Know Jack
Best Supporting Actor In A TV Series, Mini-Series or TV Movie: Chris Colfer for Glee (pictured)