RICKY Gervais left Tom Hanks and other top stars in shock with his brutal opening monologue at the Golden Globes ceremony on Sunday night. As many had been expecting, the British funnyman didn’t pull any punches with his jokes about the likes of paedophile Jeffrey Epstein, disgraced actress Felicity Huffman and a shocking quip about ISIS.
As usual, no-one in Hollywood was spared from the scathing barbs of Ricky Gervais last night as he stepped up to host the Golden Globes for the very last time.
In a night which saw Sam Mendes’ war film 1917 win big and The Irishman walk away empty handed, Gervais didn’t hold back in ribbing the rich and famous.
Some of this years targets included Leonardo DiCaprio, Prince Andrew as well as box office disaster Cats as he delivered his opening monologue.
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It comes after he revealed earlier this week the one joke he regrets making the most at the prestigious awards ceremony.
Gervais kicked off the night by addressing one of the most uncomfortable aspects of the industry and those who work in it.
“In this room are some of the most important TV and film executives in the world, from all different backgrounds,” he began. “But they all have one thing in common — they’re all terrified of Ronan Farrow. He’s coming for you!”