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From the Bill Cosby jokes to the Selma snubs, we want to know which Golden Globe moment made you cringe the most.

Jolie A. Doggett
Jan, 12, 2015

Last night's Golden Globe Awards was filled with fashion, emotion, and lots of moments that made us groan as we watched.

For starters, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler made a scandalous joke about Bill Cosby drugging women that made the audience give a collective gasp of shock. The hosts followed that up with a not-so-hilarious portrayal of Margaret Cho as an uptight North Korean woman dressed in a soldier's uniform. What was meant to be a stab at the North Korea's alleged Sony hack turned uncomfortably racist as the night went on.

Tina and Amy weren't the only ones making us sigh with frustration. When comedian Ricky Gervais presented the award for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical, he completely butchered Quvenzhané Wallis' name. Really, Ricky?

And perhaps the most disappointing moment of all was watching Selma get passed over again and again, and again, in the Best Director, Best Actor, and Best Picture categories. We were all on the edge of their seats when these categories came up.

Which was the most cringe-worthy moment of the Golden Globes for you? Take the poll and sound off in the comments with your fave moments from the award show.

QUESTION:What was the most cringe-worthy moment of the Golden Globes? Margaret Cho as a North Korean stereotype 16% Amy and Tina's Bill Cosby joke 30% Ricky Gervais flubbing Quvenzhané's name 7% 'Selma' being snubbed for all the major awards 47% Total votes: 271