Did you tune into tonight's Critics' Choice Awards? The actress was a nominee for Best Actress in a Drama Series for her starring role in Homecoming.
The 24th Annual Critics' Choice Awards took place tonight and while there were numerous awards honoring the best films in various categories, in the end only one film could go home with Best Picture and that film was Roma. When it comes to the film awards, the Critics' Choice Award is often a reliable predictor for Academy Award nominations and as several of the films nominated for the Critics' Choice Award are already on many short lists for the Oscar nod - specifically First Man, Ready Player One, Mary Poppins Returns, and Black Panther.
Accepting his comedy award, Bale said: "I guess time sort of allows it to be considered a comedy, but it's really a tragedy".
In her acceptance speech for best actress, Gaga tearfully thanked her co-star and director Bradley Cooper, calling him a "magical filmmaker".More news: Thunder’s Russell Westbrook breaks Marco Belinelli’s ankle with vicious crossover
Colman, who did not attend the ceremony, picked up the best comedy actress prize ahead of fellow Brit, Mary Poppins Returns star Emily Blunt.
"Roma" won trophies for best picture, best foreign-language film, and for both director and cinematography for Cuaron.
First Man star Foy was another British victor, and gave a powerful speech while accepting the #SeeHer award in recognition of her contribution to women in film.
"I want the other woman up here", she confidently said, prompting the announcement of Arquette's victory.More news: Pogba lauds 'freedom' under new Manchester United boss Solksjaer
In the television category, the stars of Killing Eve, The Marvelous Mrs Maisel and The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story all took awards home.
Green Book star Mahershala Ali added to his Golden Globes success by picking up the best supporting actor award.
The entire cast, which also includes Nicholas Hoult and Joe Alwyn, has been nominated for the Best Acting Ensemble award.More news: Greater than six million individuals have had flu this season — CDC