Who Won the Golden Globes on IMDb?by IMDb-Editors | last updated - 10 months ago
We crunched the numbers to see which Golden Globe-nominated stars were trending on IMDb on the Sunday of the telecast, Jan. 8, 2017. Based on pageviews from 3:15 p.m. to 11 p.m. PST, here are the top 10 people who stayed at the top for the longest period of time on IMDb. — Lance Henderson
10. Claire Foy
Length of Time at No. 1: 14.5 minutes
First-time nominee Claire Foy won the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Drama, beating out some stiff competition in Evan Rachel Wood from "Westworld" and Winona Ryder from "Stranger Things." Foy portrays a young Queen Elizabeth II in "The Crown" and in her speech she gave a shoutout to powerful women everywhere saying, "I think the world could do with a few more women at the center of it, if you ask me."
9. Ryan Gosling
Length of Time at No. 1: 15.5 minutes
Gosling won the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy for his part as a jazz musician who falls for a struggling actress in La La Land. He began his speech joking that "this is not the first time I have been mistaken for Ryan Reynolds," but ended on a touching note as he dedicated his Globe win to the memory of partner Eva Mendes' late brother, Juan Carlos.
8. Milo Ventimiglia
Length of Time at No. 1: 16 minutes
While Ventimiglia himself has not yet been able to snag a Golden Globe nomination, he and his "This Is Us" co-star Mandy Moore presented the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy, which went to Donald Glover for his work on "Atlanta."
7. Lily Collins
Length of Time at No. 1: 17.5 minutes
First-time Golden Globe-nominee Lily Collins dazzled on the Globes red carpet in a rosewood pink A-line Zuhair Murad couture gown, which was covered with floral beadwork and accessorized with Harry Winston jewels. Collins was nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy for her role in Rules Don’t Apply. While she lost the Globe to Emma Stone, she might have walked away with the award for best dressed.
6. Donald Glover
Length of Time at No. 1: 20.5 minutes
Glover and his new show "Atlanta" were nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy and Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy respectively and faced some tough competition. When the night was over, the newcomer took home both awards. Glover took the stage in a brown velvet Gucci suit and addressed a crowd of his idols: "I grew up in a house where magic wasn't allowed, so everybody in here is magical to me."
5. Isabelle Huppert
Length of Time at No. 1: 26 minutes
Many were surprised when Huppert took home the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Drama for her role in the thriller Elle. The French actress beat out Ruth Negga, Natalie Portman, Amy Adams, and Jessica Chastain for the prize. While noting the philanthropic work of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, Huppert said "Thank you for making me win in a French film directed by a Dutch director, here in America. There are people from all over the world here in this room, from China to the Arabic world, from America to Europe. Do not expect cinema to set up walls and borders."
4. Casey Affleck
Length of Time at No. 1: 27.5 minutes
While many considered Casey Affleck a favorite to win the Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama prize for his role in Manchester by the Sea, Affleck himself said he didn't even write an acceptance speech, thinking it would be too "arrogant" to do so when up against such talented actors. In the end after thanking his family, he remembered the words of one of his competitors, Denzel Washington (nominated for Fences): "I remember years ago when Denzel was onstage, and he got up here and said, 'God is love.' I agree, I guess. Thank you, Denzel."
3. Meryl Streep
Length of Time at No. 1: 32.5 minutes
Over her career, Streep has received 30 Globe nominations and was honored at the 2017 Golden Globes with the Cecil B. DeMille Award. The actress, who had nearly lost her voice, nevertheless gave a strong speech in which she pointed out the diversity in the room, with nominees born in Ethiopia, Kenya, and, in Ryan Gosling's case, Canada. She took time to touch on the political climate of the United States and finally ended by fondly remembering the late Carrie Fisher: "As my dear departed friend Princess Leia said to me, 'Take your broken heart, make it into art.'"
2. Aaron Taylor-Johnson
Length of Time at No. 1: 57.5 minutes
The Nocturnal Animals star won the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture. “What a tremendous honor, thank you,” he said in his acceptance speech. “Tom Ford, thank you so much for this opportunity — creating this role and collaborating on this journey with you was amazing.”
1. Emma Stone
Length of Time at No. 1: 2 hours, 16.5 minutes
Our winner by a long shot is Emma Stone. As part of La La Land's sweep of the 2017 Golden Globes, Stone won the Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy, beating out heavy hitters like Annette Bening and Meryl Streep. Stone plays a struggling actress in La La Land and as a former struggling actress herself, she dedicated her win to all the other dreamers out there. "For any creative person who has had a door slammed in their face, metaphorically or literally ... I share this with you."