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P.S. We loved watching Bey's Formation in real time! Take what's yours, girl!
It was a tight race for the award for Best Supporting Actress at Sunday's the Critics' Choice Awards. In an exciting turn of events, Alicia Vikander beat out award show vet Kate Winslet and snagged the coveted trophy.
We couldn't be more excited for Miz Vikander since she was an absolute scene-stealer in the 2015 flick The Danish Girl. Not to mention, the 27-year-old was trumped by the Steve Jobs actress at this year's Golden Globes. Oof!
Also, the wins kept coming in for the Swedish performer as her Sci-Fi project Ex Machina took home the prize for Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie. Woo hoo!
The other nominees in the category were It Follows, Jurassic World, Mad Max: Fury Road, and The Martian.
Be sure to ch-ch-check out her touching acceptance speeches for yourself (above) and (below)!
The honor! The glory! The snubs! (Don't worry, we'll get to that…)
Early Thursday morning, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences revealed the most prestigious list in Hollywood — this year's nominations for the Oscars!
While there were plenty of great movies and performances this year, not everyone can get a nomination — though a certain Titanic seemed to make the cut!
Ch-ch-check out all of this year's nominees (below)!
There's just nothing better to see!
Of course, the two worked together nearly 20 years ago on a little movie about a ship that you might've heard of, and both are at the Golden Globes this evening for big movies — Kate for Steve Jobs and Leo for The Revenant.
Kate's already taken home an award tonight, and we're still waiting on one for Leo, but THIS is the biggest award we could've ever received.
Rose and Jack forever!!!
Midnight blue strikes again at the Golden Globes!
Kate Winslet is definitely having a moment on the red carpet Sunday evening.
She might've taken a W inside the awards for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Steve Jobs, but she also took a victory in the fashion department too!
Not to mention, her side swept updo and natural makeup looked flawless. Very tasteful!
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Kate is a pro at winning Golden Globes!
It was a tight race this year in the category for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture — with stunning roles like Helen Mirren in Trumbo and Jennifer Jason Leigh's career comeback performance in The Hateful Eight!
But it was Kate Winslet who managed to win the trophy for her supporting role in Steve Jobs for playing the Apple guru's righthand woman Joanna Hofmann!
Kate also beat out Jane Fonda in Youth and Alicia Vikander in Ex Machina to mark her fourth win!
The 40-year-old previously took home Globes for her roles in The Reader, Revolutionary Road, and Mildred Pierce!
Watch the actress's sweet speech (above) like it's her first win ever!
And don't forget to check out the ongoing winners list HERE!
The Golden Globes have been an institution in Hollywood for just about FOREVER!
Which means that for all the AH-mazing talent that is honored each year, there are just as many SUPER awkward moments from the show!
Ch-ch-check out seven of the most awkward moments of all time (below)!
Time for more announcements!
Award season is here which means we get to find out what 2015 movies will be nominated!
The list is mostly what you'd expect, but there were a couple major surprises regarding snubs as neither Jennifer Lawrence or Tom Hanks were nominated. In fact, David O. Russell's Joy wasn't nominated at all!
Another arguable snub was British actress Charlotte Rampling who didn't receive a nomination for her romantic drama 45 Years despite there being buzz that she could land an Oscar nod this year!
Perhaps one of the most puzzling omissions though was Spectre which didn't receive a SINGLE nomination! The reason this is a bit of a shock is the previous Bond film, Skyfall, not only won Outstanding British Film in 2013, but it was nominated for eight total awards!
Ch-ch-check out the full list of nominees (below) and let us know who you think was snubbed!