Surprising Wins & Shocking Upsets at Golden Globes 2019

Blue was the new black at this year's Golden Globes red carpet, at least for Lady Gaga, who sported ice blue-blonde locks and a periwinkle dress so voluminous it required two assistants to help carry its train.

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Alfonso Cuaron's 'Roma, ' a cinematic ode to his childhood in 1970s Mexico City, won best foreign film and a best director statuette for the filmmaker.

This year, the Globes come at the start of voting for Oscar nominations, and while they are not always a clear predictor of Academy Award success, they are a bellwether of momentum.

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- a tearful Glenn Close, accepting her award for best actress in a drama film for The Wife, about a writer who spends her entire life in the shadow of her author husband.

Green Book, which follows a tour between pianist Don Shirley and Tony Vallelonga, won best picture (musical or comedy) and best supporting actor for Mahershala Ali.

But the film's victory has also sparked plenty of outrage on social media, with many fans disappointed that Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's A Star Is Born didn't win. Gaga herself is also up for Best Actress for her performance, which cemented her as a triple-threat nonpareil.

While A Star Is Born didn't win the Best Film category, it did take out the award for Best Original Song for its popular track, Shallow.

Melissa McCarthy, a nominee in the same category for "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" sparkled in deep purple with silver star accents, while Regina King glittered in a shimmering, strapless pink column gown.

- Christian Bale, who portrayed former United States vice president Dick Cheney in the offbeat biopic Vice.

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