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Actress and activist Olivia Munn hosted the gala, which aired on The CW. The films are also nominated for the same categories as its competitor, including Best Actor, Best Song, and Best Picture. "It was clear to me that I wanted to portray a strong and independent woman, a real one".

To make the award even more special, it was presented to Gadot by Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins. The strides women have made in Hollywood, and how much more there is to do.

"I was still overwhelmed", she said.

Here's a look at some of the most interesting looks (and stars!) from last night...

Munn had to cut her off at this point. Before her speech, it felt like the celebrities were really dodging the issue. "She gets confused, insecure and she's not ideal - and that's what makes her real".

Maybe that's because Kumail Nanjiani didn't win.

Was the sartorial symbolism at the Golden Globes a one-time thing?

Molly's Game star and Best Actress nominee Jessica Chastain wore a draped emerald Vionnet halter neck gown. Their deafening silence at the Golden Globes echoed throughout the week. Her kept her hair long and wavy and looked absolutely handsome, while wearing black for a great cause!

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Winfrey's spokesperson denies that the daytime TV queen ever reached out to Weinstein following the allegations, but said someone from his team contacted her to see if she would talk to him.

"It's time for [men] to shut up, listen, and amplify". Del Toro, who was also named best director, closed the show Thursday night by shouting that he's always believed in the equality of women.

"The talent involved in this year's show is beyond what we could have hoped for". If that was her performing with a script, we have two problems: the script and the performance.

The 23rd annual Critics' Choice Awards will also feature the second annual #SeeHer award, which recognizes an individual for challenging gender stereotypes.

Call Me By Your Name star Armie Hammer and wife Elizabeth Chambers, who teamed a metallic sheath with gold fishnet and leather Christian Louboutin heels.

Like the rest of her peers, she did wear black to Sunday's awards show. She accepted the award by telling the crowd that throughout her career she'd always wanted to play strong, independent women, and thankfully found these qualities in Diana Prince.

"I'm here with my best friend Eileen".

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