The 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards have come to a close, which means the victor for Best Motion Picture - Drama has been announced.
Alfonso Cuaron's much lauded Netflix film Roma, which won two awards on Sunday, will be allowed to qualify for best film at the Oscars.
Malek thanked Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor, as well as Mercury for providing the role of a lifetime.
"You have been my ally, my confidant, you are my love". "This is for and because of you, gorgeous", Malek said, with a kiss.
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In another upset, Glenn Close won best actress in a drama for her role as a long-suffering spouse in "The Wife". "This story, when I heard it, gave me hope, and I wanted to share that hope with you".
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In contrast to the political barbs, often directed at U.S. President Donald Trump, that have marked recent awards shows, Sunday's Golden Globes had a more positive vibe. "I tried to find the humanity in him", Malik said.
Bradley Cooper's acclaimed remake of "A Star Is Born", which was widely expected to win several top prizes, took only one award, for best song - its centerpiece hit, "Shallow".
There were deserved wins for Mahershala Ali for Green Book, a true story of race in America in the 1960s, and that film was the night's biggest victor.
It was a good night for Oh, who as well as co-hosting her first Golden Globe ceremony was named best television drama actress for BBC America thriller "Killing Eve".
There are also the Comedy/Musical films to consider for Oscar competition.
The nominees for Best Film (Drama) at the Golden Globes this year were five diverse films.
"This is a profound honour to receive this and to be counted among such extraordinary actors".