Who Really Won the 2018 Golden Globes

Because it's not all about the trophies.

Nicole Kidman, James Franco and Allison Janney are among the stars who walked away from the 2018 Golden Globes with shiny, new statues.

But awards season isn't just about the actual awards. The real winners are the celebs who trend on Twitter and the fans who benefit from transcendent (and sometimes cringeworthy) live television moments.

These are the true winners of the 2018 Golden Globe Awards...

Harry Potter Fans Everywhere

Fans of the series had a big moment thanks to this mini-HP reunion between Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) and Robert Pattinson (the late, great Cedric Diggory.)

Wife-of-the-Year Rita Wilson

Because she loves watching her husband, Tom Hanks, get roasted on national television.

Oprah-Dusted Halle Berry

The Oscar-winning actress shared that she "had some Oprah dust along the way" leaving viewers both impressed and curious as to how we can get in on some of that.

Seth Meyers' Unborn Child

The Golden Globes host handed the microphone over to his fetus on the red carpet for what may be the youngest person to ever land a red carpet exclusive interview.

Dustin Henderson Superfans

If you can get enough of the adorable Stranger Things actor (Gaten Matarazzo), and his posse... congrats! You just won the Golden Globes.

Fast & Furious Fans

If you can't get enough of the adrenaline-fueled franchise, this Dwayne Johnson and Gal Gadot reunion felt pretty good.

Whoever Got Blessed By Angelina Jolie

Seriously, whoever you are, you just received a true gift. Don't waste it.

People With Awkward Smiles

The Room legend Tommy Wiseau did a service to everyone out there with an awkward smile. Don't hold back—let those pearly whites shine and make you, too, can attend the Golden Globes someday.

Tommy Wiseau

Speaking of Tommy Wiseau, his attempt to hijack James Franco's speech got more attention than the actual speech. That's even better than winning a Globe.

Oprah Winfrey

Actual living goddess Oprah Winfrey made history as first black woman to receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award...

America

And America basically won because she gave a speech that sounded like it was coming from a future POTUS.

Women

And of course, women. Women won the 2018 Golden Globes.

Keep Slaying, Ladies.

You Win.