"Les Miserables" topped the list of winners at the 70th Annual Golden Globes. Despite seven nominations, the movie "Lincoln" only pulled out a single win.
The Golden Globes sang the praises of Les Miserables, giving the film 3 awards, including best picture for a comedy or musical.
Hugh Jackman won best actor for his role as Jen Valjean.
"Argo" was named best picture in the drama category, and it's star Ben Affleck also won for directing the film.
Jessica Chastain was named best actress in a drama for "Zero Dark Thirty."
"I've wanted to be an actor since I was a little girl and I've worked for a really long time I've auditioned and struggled and fought and been on the sidelines for years, and to be here now in this moment, it's a beautiful feeling to receive this encouragement and support and thank you so much," said Chastain.
While Lincoln led the Golden Globes with 7 nominations, it's star Daniel Day Lewis scored the movie's only win for best actor in a drama. But he wasn't the only former president on-stage. Bill Clinton helped introduce the film.
Adelle got to share the spotlight, too, with her Golden Globe win for best original song in the last est bond movie, "Skyfall."
For tv, it was a big night for "Homeland," which won 3 golden globes.
So did the made for television movie, "Game Change." It's star, Julianne Moore, said playing Sarah Palin was one of her most favorite on-screen jobs, ever.
Jodie Foster was also honored with the prestigious Cecil B. Demile award. The 50-year-old was recognized for her 47 years in the entertainment industry.
The often private star also surprised some by talking about her sexuality during her acceptance speech, saying she came out to friends and family "about a thousand years ago." The star also thanked her 2 sons and her ex-partner.