But our favorite behind-the-scenes drama from Sunday's 75th Golden Globes was pretty lighthearted and harmless despite it occurring between two indisputable queens: Meryl Streep and Mariah Carey. The singer wore a black dress as a sign of solidarity with the Time's Up equality and anti-harassment movement. "Love was said a lot tonight in different forms, and I've had some wine".
In a statement Sunday, the advocates say they were inspired by the Time's Up initiative, which launched Monday with the backing of hundreds of Hollywood women, like Streep, Reese Witherspoon and Shonda Rhimes.
Streep donned black as many of her colleagues did and brought National Domestic Workers Alliance Director Ai-jen Poo as her date for the evening. "Took the first seat available, happens to be right next to Steven Spielberg".
The 35-year-old singer is clutching her stomach she's so nervous and excited about the encounter.
When Meryl returned to her seat during the next commercial break, Mariah reacted the same way any of us would-by begging for forgiveness. "I'm such a fan!" she squealed.
She said: "Meryl Streep caressed my face on the red carpet, so that would probably be my favourite moment of life - other than childbirth, I'm supposed to do that".
The red carpet at this year's Golden Globes will have a very different tone this year thanks to the #TimesUp movement.
After all, pretty much every film made by that lot has been a success (as referenced in host Seth Meyers" opening speech, when an assistant comically carried an armfull of Globes to preemptively "award' them for their latest project, The Post). "We all saw the legendary Glitter", one of her 20 million followers wrote.