The Most Meme-Worthy Moments From This Year’s Golden Globes

"There could be 100 Fiji waters on the red carpet... but it only takes one to quench your thirst."

You can’t dress up Hollywood’s top television and film stars, put them in one room, glue a video camera to their faces, broadcast the footage to 18 million viewers, and not expect the internet to do what it does best: capture a moment, and make a meme. Award shows are a gold mine for relatable moments, reaction GIFs and endless witty photo captions, and the Golden Globes—the first hurrah of the season—did not disappoint the Meme Lords™ of the web. From the #FijiWaterGirl to Christian Bale’s surprise accent, here are the best viral moments from last night’s Golden Globes.

Jameela Jamil is credited as “Kamilah Al-Jamil”

CONTEXT: Jameela Jamil, who plays Tahani Al-Jamil on The Good Place, was incorrectly credited as “Kamiliah Al-Jamil” by E! News as she stepped onto the red carpet. If you’re a fan of The Good Place, you already get the joke. If not, here’s an explainer: Tahani is characterized by her complicated relationship with her sister, Kamilah, whose fame and achievements consistently outshine her own. Identifying Jameela as her character’s hated sibling on the red carpet? It is, in Jameela’s own words, “legit the funniest thing.”

Idris Elba meets Daniel Craig

CONTEXT: Daniel Craig, the current James Bond, posed for a selfie with Idris Elba, the maybe/rumoured/hopefully future James Bond.

Timothée Chalamet wears a glittery harness

CONTEXT: It’s custom Louis Vuitton designed by Virgil Abloh.

The Fiji Water Girl is everywhere

CONTEXT: With her ominous smirk and signature tray of Fiji Water bottles, a mysterious brunette in a blue gown appeared in the background of numerous red carpet celebrity photos.

Emma Stone yells ‘sorry’ for her Aloha role

CONTEXT: In the opening monologue, co-host Sandra Oh touched on whitewashing in Hollywood, mentioning the 2016 film Aloha in which Golden Globe winner Emma Stone portrayed a character of Asian heritage. Off-camera, Stone can be heard shouting “I’M SORRY.”

Glenn Close can’t believe she won

CONTEXT: Lady Gaga was expected to win the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Drama. Instead, Glenn Close took it home for her role in The Wife. We were surprised, Gaga was surprised, and Close was most surprised of all.

Christian Bale has a British accent

CONTEXT: When British-American actor Christian Bale took to the stage to accept a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Dick Cheney in Vice, he spoke with with his natural-born accent. This, apparently, floored people.

Sandra Oh makes her parents proud

CONTEXT: Last night, Sandra Oh became the first Asian actress to win multiple Golden Globes, the first Golden Globes host of Asian descent, and the Golden Globe attendee with the most supportive parents in the audience. I think that’s what they call an award show hat trick.

Chris Messina is blonde now

CONTEXT: The formerly brunette Mindy Project star dyed his hair, taking him from Danny to Daddy.