23rd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards: Best Moments

Let’s review some of the highlights from one of Hollywood’s biggest nights

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From Olivia Munn‘s costume changes to James Franco‘s noticeable absence, the 23rd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards was a night for the books. If you missed the big show, we’ve got you covered with the best moments from the show.

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Patty Jenkins honoring Women Woman Gal Gadot with the #SeeHer award, a trophy that celebrates diversity and recognizes the importance of accurately portraying women across the entertainment landscape.

“Throughout my career I was looking to play a strong, independent woman, a real one,” Gadot said in her acceptance speech. “The irony of this is that later I was cast as Wonder Woman and all of these characters I looked for I found in her.”

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One of the best moments of the night was when 7-year-old Brooklyn Prince from The Florida Project won the award for Best Young Actor. Not only was the speech super adorable,but she couldn’t stop crying, which just made us love her even more!

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Not everyone was there to accept their award last night and that made for some funny acceptance speeches on their behalf. One of the best moments came when Chris Hemsworth presented and then accepted the award for Best Actress on behalf of Frances McDormand.  “Frances couldn’t be here tonight,” he said. “She’s busy renting three billboards on Sunset Boulevard to win the Oscar.”

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Big. Little. Lies. Need I say more? All award season this epic girl gang has stood together, standing up for female empowerment and fighting for equal rights.

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Time’s Up. That’s the message Rachel Brosnahan spread during her acceptance speech. She was the first star of the evening to mention the movement in their speech.

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Last, but certainty not least: #TimotheeChalamet. Because any opportunity to see this dreamboat is a highlight worth celebrating.