So, we couldn't help but wonder how the blonde beauty is doing during this rough time.
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The Critics’ Choice Movie Awards may be over, but you can relive the magical evening right here!
From Michael Keaton taking home two awards, to Julianne Moore continuing her Best Actress sweep, the night was a beautiful celebration of top-of-the-notch filmmaking and brilliant acting!
Did your favorite take home a win?
To find out…
Ch-ch-check out the complete winners list from the 2015 Critics' Choice Movie Awards (below)!!
Kevin Costner has been in over 50 films, and has won more awards than we can even handle, but luckily Dan Dotson was there to handle it!
That's right, the celeb auctioneer rattled off every single epic moment of Mr. Costner's phenomenal career at the Critics' Choice Movie Awards.
No wonder he was getting the Lifetime Achievement Award!
Oh, and Rene Russo was on-hand to tell the world what a good kisser the actor is too!
But unfortunately, it all got a little weird.
You're going to have to watch (above) to see what we mean!
And we've made it to the big moment of the night!
As you'd expect, the Critics' Choice Movie Awards Best Picture category was full of so much emotion and talent! We're not even sure how they picked a winner!
But the Critics did, and the winner is… Boyhood!
It's not a huge surprise since the flick was the big winner of the night! The other films it beat out were Birdman, Gone Girl, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Imitation Game, Nightcrawler, Selma, The Theory of Everything, Unbroken, and Whiplash.
We wish they all could win, but this film deserved the distinguishment.
Ch-ch-check out Richard Linklater's acceptance speech (above)!
Someone had a pretty good Thursday!
Michael Keaton continued to sweep the Critics' Choice Movie Awards by winning his THIRD award of the night!
In addition to being named a part of the Best Acting Ensemble and the Best Comedic Actor, Michael went ahead and won the award for Best Actor overall for his work in Birdman.
He was up against some strong competition, but once he won for comedy, we were pretty sure he'd win this category as well.
Michael beat out the likes of Benedict Cumberbatch for The Imitation Game, Ralph Fiennes – The Grand Budapest Hotel, Jake Gyllenhaal – Nightcrawler, David Oyelowo – Selma, and Eddie Redmayne – The Theory of Everything to nab the title.
If you couldn't tell by the number of awards it won tonight, you kind of owe it to yourself to see Birdman.
Congrats AGAIN, Michael!
With almost no time left in the Critics' Choice Movie Awards, the moment came to announce the Best Actress award.
And the big winner was… Julianne Moore for her role in Still Alice!
The actress was extremely gracious in her acceptance speech, mentioning fellow nominees Jennifer Aniston for her part in Cake, Marion Cotillard for Two Days, One Night, Felicity Jones for The Theory of Everything, Rosamund Pike for Gone Girl, and Reese Witherspoon for Wild.
The choice was a tough one, but the critics have spoken!
Ch-ch-check out the big moment (above)!