The Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody and the fact-based comedy Green Book won major film awards for Best Motion Picture Drama and Best Motion Picture Comedy, respectively.
Last night, Bohemian Rhapsody won multiple Golden Globes, but as the recipients-first Rami Malek and then producer Graham King-went through the usual "thank you's" to people who worked on the film, both noticeably left out the film's original director, Bryan Singer.
During Sunday night's ceremony in Los Angeles, the film was awarded the Best Motion Picture - Drama prize, which was presented by Nicole Kidman.
"I've known her for many years, despite as it may seem from that video", the 37-year-old said with a laugh.
'So I thought I could easily go up and say hi but in the moment like that... very awkward.
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Jimmy Kimmel agreed: "This is going to be around for a little while".
As previously reported, eagle-eyed fans were quick to spot an uncomfortable stage moment in which Malek, following his win for best actor and during the acceptance for his film "Bohemian Rhapsody", tried to get Kidman's attention to absolutely no avail.
"I have a feeling this is haunting me on the Internet right now", he said.
"I got love from Keith that night, her husband, so that was nice".
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". I think they wanted to enjoy it, it was an exceptional night for everybody, but they're used to being rock stars and doing rock star things and that was a very Hollywood industry night which I had a blast at. "I could be a bit more naughty than I was, without getting too irreverent or too scandalous".