If there's one thing you'll remember from the 2018 Golden Globes, it was the enduring power of female friendship and collaboration.
Combined with Oprah Winfrey's inspiring speech about the time of change, Natalie Portman's not-so-subtle dig at the all-male nominated Best Director category, or the uniform of black worn by men and women on the red carpet to support the Time's Up Initiative, the awards ceremony was undoubtedly about women standing up for and supporting each other.
Here's our favourite moments of female solidarity from the night:More
Natalie Portman and a pregnant America Ferrera walked the Golden Globes red carpet before bumping into fellow Time's Up supporters Emma Stone and Billie Jean King (who Stone played in the 2017 hit film, Battle of the Sexes) and posed for a photograph.
Later, Natalie Portman beautifully called out the inequality in the film industry, introducing the best director nominees on stage as 'all-male'. Boom.
Before that unforgettable speech following her Cecile B. DeMille Award win (the first for a black woman), Oprah received an introduction from Reese Witherspoon which can only be described as wonderfully adorable.
Describing her A Wrinkle in Time co-star, Witherspoon said: 'There's only one person whose name is a verb, an adjective, and a feeling. And that is Oprah.'
'Oprah's hugs could end wars, could solve world peace.'