Golden Globe 2019: Rami Malek, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ win top honours

Golden Globe 2019: Rami Malek, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ win top honours

Bohemian Rhapsody's Golden Globes win for Best Picture was a stunning upset - but as the movie's stars and producers took the stage to claim their prize, there was a much bigger elephant in the room: sacked director, Bryan Singer.

"What an honor. Thank you, #HollywoodForeignPress", Singer wrote on Instagram, sharing a photo from the film's set in which he is sitting in the director's chair.

Malek was joined by Queen band members Brian May and Roger Taylor at the event, but he told Kimmel it "wasn't necessarily their scene".

He also thought it was fitting to thank none other than the devil for giving him the pizzazz he needed to win the award, telling the audience: "Thank you to Satan for giving me inspiration for playing this role".

British actors Richard Madden and Ben Whishaw won TV awards for their roles in BBC dramas Bodyguard and A Very English Scandal respectively.

'This is for and because of you, gorgeous'.

Few nominees were considered more of a sure thing than Lady Gaga as best actress in a drama.

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Olivia Colman at the Golden Globes.

Bohemian Rhapsody The biggest music biopic of all time will receive its home release in March, starring Rami Malek, Gwilym Lee, Ben Hardy, Joe Mazzello and Lucy Boynton.

Even Buckingham Palace was celebrating Queen's Golden Globes' wins yesterday, with the actual Queen's Guard treating onlookers to a rendition of Bohemian Rhapsody.

Netflix took home several awards for the Kominsky Method.

Streaming service Netflix, which has upended Hollywood by spending billions on original programming, won five Golden Globes across movies and television, including best foreign language film "Roma". In his acceptance speech, he thanked the late Mercury for inspiring him.

Oh also co-hosted Sunday's ceremony in Beverly Hills alongside Brooklyn Nine-Nine actor Andy Samberg.