The 2017 Golden Globes came, saw, and conquered social media last night, but the award show was only the beginning of the shenanigans. After Moonlight closed out the show with a well-deserved win for Best Drama in a Motion Picture, actors and celebrities let down their hair, kicked off their heels, and partied the night away.
Check out every wild and crazy moment you missed at the Golden Globes after-parties last night below.
Donald Glover got LIT to Migos.
After Glover gave the ultimate shout out to the rap group Migos during his acceptance speech, the Atlanta writer, actor, and now Golden Globes Best Actor in a Comedy series celebrated by turning up to the very song he shouted out. Can you blame him? Bad and Boujee is fire!
Cuba Gooding Jr. dance fail.
Cuba Gooding Jr. is always doing extra, but his show The People vs. OJ Simpson just won for Best Limited Series earlier in the night, so you can’t tell him nothing.
Cuba Gooding Jr. was doing the most.
Who’s mans is this? Cuba, we love you, but it’s hard to defend this one. Let’s blame it on the alcohol.
The after-party was low-key a Gossip Girl party.
— Carly Mallenbaum (@ThatGirlCarly) January 9, 2017
Easliy the best moment of the night was the low-key Gossip Girl reunion at the InStyle/WB party. Both Serena and Blair (aka actresses Blake Lively and Leighton Meester) were in attendance accompanied by their army candy (Ryan Reynolds and Adam Brody.) Who else is craving a Gossip Girl binge session now?
Tracee Ellis Ross switched outfits to match her first ever Golden Globe Award.Getty Images
Keke Palmer and Hillary Duff were #BFFgoals.
Disney child stars turned divas, Keke Palmer and Hillary Duff were attached at hip during last nights celebrations.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner came for pizza.Getty Images
Kendall and Kylie Jenner surprisingly showed up to a Golden Globe afterparty. If we can learn anything from the photo above, the two reality stars weren’t for the celebrity mingling but to fulfill their savory craving for a yummy slice of pizza. That’s definitely one way to get us out of the house.