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00:00:00
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APPLAUSE
>> Your time is up.
00:00:28
As the show kicked off, it didn't take long for Globes Host Seth Meyers to lay into the likes of Harvey Weinstein, whose empire quickly crumbled under the weight of allegations last year.>> But don't worry, he'll be back in 20 years when he becomes the first person ever booed during the in memoriam.
00:00:43
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LAUGH]>>
It'll sound like that.>> But the moment of the night belonged to Oprah Winfrey who became the first black woman to receive a Globe's Lifetime Achievement award. And with trademark gravitas delivered a stirring speech in support of victims in Hollywood and beyond.>> That a new day is on the horizon.
00:01:06
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00:01:30
Along with female driven epics. The Handmaid's Tale and Big Little Lies swept the big name categories, but few in Hollywood could argue the #MeToo movement was the one to steal the show.>>