With one withering comment, Natalie Portman made a big statement

Ruben Ruiz
January 8, 2018

Portman went on stage with Ron Howard, who announced that they were here to present the award for Golden Globes. Then Natalie Portman was like HOLD MY BEER, ' tweeted on female account user. Before reading out the names she quipped, "And now, here are the all male nominees".

While Natalie's comment had the internet buzzing, there were others who did not see it coming.

In the closing moments of Oprah Winfrey's ground-shaking speech at tonight's Golden Globes, as gathered celebrities began the gradual process of picking their jaws up off the floor, one question naturally must have sprung to mind: How on earth do you follow THAT? She recently earned best director from the National Society of Film Critics and is considered to be a major contender for the same category at this year's Oscars.

Guillermo del Toro was then announced as the victor, for his film "The Shape of Water" - which is one of the many Golden Globes-winning movies that still isn't out in the UK.

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It's not like "Lady Bird" directed itself to that Golden Globes win.

Only one woman has ever won the award in the awards show's 75-year history - Barbra Streisand for her 1984 film "Yentl", which also won Best Picture that year.

The gorgeous actress, who is expecting her first child with husband Ryan Piers Williams, wore a long, black, sparkly gown paired with a black blazer.

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