The 72nd Annual Golden Globes were finally handed out today in Beverly Hills. The stars turned out in their finest red carpet attire to attend the ceremony, hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.

The glitzy, pre-Oscars affair celebrated the best films and television shows of 2014.

It was predicted to be a tight-knit battle between Boyhood and Birdman, and it kind of was, but not without a few surprises (and tears) thrown in.

Brit Eddie Redmayne took out the prestigious ‘Best Actor’ gong, whilst odd-ball comedy seriesTransparent (about a transgender father) and Fargo won multiple awards in their respective television categories.

Here is the full list of winners from the night…

BEST PICTURE, COMEDY: 
The Grand Budapest Hotel

BEST PICTURE, DRAMA: 
Boyhood

BEST TV COMEDY: 
Transparent

BEST TV DRAMA: 
The Affair

BEST MINISERIES: 
Fargo

BEST ACTRESS, MOTION PICTURE DRAMA: 
Julianne Moore, Still Alice

BEST ACTOR, MOTION PICTURE DRAMA: 
Eddie Redmayne, The Theory of Everything

BEST ACTRESS, MOTION PICTURE COMEDY: 
Amy Adams, Big Eyes 

BEST ACTOR, MOTION PICTURE COMEDY: 
Michael Keaton, Birdman

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR, MOTION PICTURE: 
J.K. Simmons, Whiplash

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS, MOTION PICTURE: 
Patricia Arquette, Boyhood

BEST ACTOR, TV COMEDY:
Jeffrey Tambor, Transparent

BEST ACTRESS, TV COMEDY: 
Gina Rodriguez, Jane the Virgin

BEST ACTOR, TV DRAMA: 
Kevin Spacey, House of Cards

BEST ACTRESS, TV DRAMA: 
Ruth Wilson, The Affair

BEST ACTOR, MINISERIES: 
Billy Bob Thornton, Fargo

BEST ACTRESS, MINISERIES:
Maggie Gyllenhaal, The Honourable Woman

BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS, MINISERIES: 
Joanne Froggatt, Downton Abbey

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR, MINISERIES: 
Matt Bomer, The Normal Heart

BEST SCREENPLAY: 
Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Nicolas Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris, Armando Bo, Birdman

BEST DIRECTOR:
Richard Linklater, Boyhood

BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM: 
Leviathan 

BEST ANIMATED FILM: 
How to Train Your Dragon 2

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE: 
Johann Johannsson, The Theory of Everything

BEST ORIGINAL SONG: 
John Legend and Common’s “Glory,” Selma