See below five memorable moments from previous editions.
Jeremy Renner and J-Lo "Balloons"
Jeremy Renner, known as Hawkeye in the movies, the superhero of Marvel saga "Vigilantes" made a joke of dubious taste when he presented a prize with singer Jennifer Lopez in 2015.
When J-Lo asked the actor if he wanted her to open the envelope with the winner's name when he had "fingernails" for it, he replied, "You also have the balloons."
Renner's expression touched a wave of indignation.
Oprah Winfrey is "New Dawn"
In the midst of the Weinstein scandal – the American film producer accused of sexual abuse – hostess and businesswoman Oprah Winfrey predicted in January 2018 a "new dawn" for all women who were infected with "strong and brutal men".
"For a long time, women were not heard or believed in them when they dared to tell the truth and meet these people," Winfrey said, and received the Cecil B. DeMille award in recognition of her career.
Emma Thompson, victim of fashion
Winner of two Oscar, Emma Thompson took the stage in 2014 to deliver the best story prize, with her British bag, a martini glass in one hand and Louboutin shoes … in the other.
After a tribute to the art of writing a summary, the actor gave a talk about cruelty with high-heeled shoes.
"I want you to know that this red is from my blood," he said, showing the suns of his Loubotin shoes – whose trademark is the color of the sole – before they hit them back.
Jodie Foster almost assumed homosexuality
Actor Jodie Foster did not call attention to extravagant behavior, but to the emotional address she gave when she received a prize in 2013 for her entire career.
That night, everyone listened to the words of one of Hollywood's most discreet stars – who have been criticized by Out Magazine magazine for not talking openly about their sexuality.
"It seems like I really want to say something I've never managed to say publicly … But I say, okay?" "With strength and pride, okay, I need your help," she said.
But Foster did not go as expected and did not end up with the public because of his homosexuality. "I'm single," he exclaimed. "Yes, it's true, I'm single," he said, bothering laughter and applause to pay tribute to Cydney Bernard, who had been his wife for several years.
No Golden Globes
However, the shootings of bad taste, alcohol or love had no connection with the biggest event in the Golden Globe history: the year in which there was no ceremony.
In 2008, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which organizes the event annually, decided to cancel the official prize of prizes during the Writers' Great Strikes after their employees reported refusing to participate in strike pipettes as a signal of solidarity.
The winners were announced at a simple press conference.