Eddie Redmayne, Gina Rodriguez and More Talk Golden Globe Wins—Watch Now!

Actors and actresses talked to E! News about their new awards

By Francesca Bacardi Jan 12, 2015 1:04 PMTags
Watch: Gina Rodriguez Talks "Jane the Virgin" Golden Globe Win

The statuettes have been handed out and the stars who were lucky to take them home are probably still beaming!

E! News caught up with the night's big names after the show to see how they were feeling, and the winners couldn't be happier or more surprised by their feats—even if it wasn't their first time! Newcomer Gina Rodriguez, who won Best Actress in a Comedy Series for Jane the Virgin, was still just as surprised after the show as she was when they announced her name on stage.

"It was bananas," she told E! News. "It felt like a blur because the women in my category are so outstanding. They're veterans."

She added, "It just means that I have to work 10 times harder to prove I'm worthy."

Although she didn't tear up after the show, we're still emotional just watching her on stage, crying as she gushed over her family, her work and the show.

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"This award is so much more than myself," she said while accepting her Golden Globe. "It represents a culture that wants to see themselves as heroes. My father used to tell me to say every morning: ‘Today is going to be a great day. I can and I will.' Well, Dad. Today is a great day. I can and I did."

(Excuse us while we tear up...again.)

British cutie Eddie Redmayne nabbed the Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama, but he isn't necessarily a newcomer. He has won a few awards already from critics for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything. Although he and his wife had to cut their honeymoon short to attend the annual awards show, we think it was worth it.

The role, which he has said was difficult to play, meant everything to him.

Watch: Eddie Redmayne Thanks Stephen Hawking for Globe Win

"It was a wee bit tricky but it also was just the most wonderful privilege," he told E! News after the show.

Julianne Moore took home the trophy for her role in Still Alice, but while she is thrilled to have won the coveted award, she finds viewers' responses to the movie more important. She told E! News after the ceremony that a woman emailed her to thank her for her movie, in which she plays a woman diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's.

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