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The Golden Globes Instagram account released the official black-and-white portraits of the winners and presenters, taken by photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. Even though attendees looked glamorous walking the red carpet and socializing with each other, there's something about an official picture that really ups the glam factor.

Leonardo DiCaprio, who looked incredibly handsome before winning the award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama, appeared even more dapper alongside director Alejandro Iñárritú for their work on The Revenant.

Brie Larson, while nearly in tears from excitement during her acceptance speech, reverted back to a more serious façade similar to the one she took in Room while posing for her portrait after winning in the category of Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama. Lady Gaga channeled her inner Marilyn Monroe while holding her new trophy for her win on American Horror Story: Hotel.

The cast of Mr. Robot, the surprising hit TV show on USA, took home the award for Best Television Series, Drama, and the cast, including winner Christian Slater, looked ready to take on their enemies in season two. Sylvester Stallone also looked ready to reprise his award-winning role in Creed, posing with his boxing fist ready to take on whatever comes his way—this time it was a Golden Globe trophy.

Jokesters Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg, who took a very serious stance during their presentation, maintained the illusion of drama in their portrait. Hugging Ferrell, Marky Mark looked ready to console his Daddy's Home co-star. Blindspot star Jaimie Alexander was easily one of the best dressed at this year's awards show, opting to leave her signature tattoos at home.

Check out the rest of the winners' and presenters' official portraits below.

Jaimie Alexander at the 2016 #goldenglobes Photo by @inezandvinoodh

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Levente Molnar of "Son of Saul", Best Motion Picture - Foreign. Photo by @inezandvinoodh #goldenglobes

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Geza Rohrig of "Son of Saul", Best Motion Picture - Foreign Language. Photo by @inezandvinoodh #goldenglobes

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Ken Jeong and Kevin Hart (@kevinhart4real) at the 2016 #goldenglobes Photo by @inezandvinoodh

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Melissa Benoist (@melissabenoist) at the 2016 #goldenglobes Photo by @inezandvinoodh

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HFPA President Lorenzo Soria at the 2016 #goldenglobes. Photo by @inezandvinoodh

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Aaron Sorkin, Best Screenplay - Motion Picture for "Steve Jobs". Photo by @inezandvinoodh #goldenglobes

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Mark Wahlberg (@markwahlberg) and Will Ferrell at the 2016 #goldenglobes Photo by @inezandvinoodh

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Pete Doctor and Jonas Rivera of "Inside Out", Best Motion Picture - Animated. Photo by @inezandvinoodh #goldenglobes

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Tom Ford at the 2016 #goldenglobes Photo by @inezandvinoodh

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Andy Samberg at the 2016 #goldenglobes Photo by @inezandvinoodh

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