Everyone knows that the Golden Globes are one giant party, complete with an open bar, a three-course meal, and an abundance of company. So who better to bring as your date than your BFF? Whether it was a significant other, or a famous BFF, celebrity besties ruled the 2015 Golden Globes.
Here are a few of our favorite BFF moments from the Golden Globes:
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were the hostesses with the mostesses.Getty Images
Ultimate BFFs Tina Fey and Amy Poehler delivered a rock-solid opening monologue, complete with a feminist George Clooney joke and a few Bill Cosby zingers. These two best friends can really do anything together, even take on a bunch of "spoiled, minimally talented brats." In a perfect world, Tina and Amy would be our BFFs.
Jennifer Aniston got grabby with bestie Kate Hudson.E!
Petition to finance a Jennifer Aniston and Kate Hudson raunchy female comedy? This moment is everything.
Lena Dunham, Andrew Rannells, and Matt Bomer were just adorable.Getty Images
We're not entirely sure what caused this picture-perfect red carpet moment to happen, but we couldn't be more pleased that it did. On-screen and off-screen BFFs Lena Dunham and Andrew Rannells attended the 2015 Golden Globes together -- it was Rannells' first! -- and shared this magical moment with Matt Bomer. We can't blame Andrew for wanted to get up close and personal with Bomer. We'd probably do the same.
Jake and Maggie Gyllenhaal were happy (we think?) to be there.Getty Images
Who said siblings couldn't be BFFs? Not only were Maggie and Jake ecstatic to be nominated together, but when Maggie won the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a TV Movie or Miniseries, Jake was the first one to congratulate her.
Channing Tatum had Jenna Dewan's back.E!
Tatum proved that he's in the running for best husband ever when he blew something -- was it an eyelash or a stray hair? -- away from wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum's face on the red carpet. Good looking out, Chan.
Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger were the hottest couple on the red carpet.Getty Images
When it comes to celebrity BFFs and couples, Jackson and Kruger might be Hollywood's most solid union. "We certainly had our ups and downs, but at the end of the day I just really like him," Kruger told E! News during the pre-show. "You just have to put the work in," her beau added. "I don’t think there is a magic formula."
Yes, Emily Blunt and John Krasinski were absolutely adorable.Getty Images
Though Blunt didn't take home the Golden Globe for her performance in "Into the Woods," she does get to take home Krasinski, and honestly, that's the night's top prize. During the pre-show Krasinski admitted to crying while watching his wife sing for the first time in "Into the Woods." We love a man with a sensitive side.
Chris Pratt and Anna Faris were clearly having the best night ever.Getty Images
They may have a mixed marriage -- Pratt is NBC, while Faris is CBS -- but these two still had the best time at the Golden Globes. Whether it was hamming up the red carpet, or making us swoon during the live show, Pratt and Faris proved that you can marry your best friend and have a freakin' fabulous life together.
Kristen Wigg and Bill Hader brought the LOLs.NBC
Best friends forever Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader cracked each other up during their Golden Globes bit, which included one fabulous Robert De Niro impersonation.
Chrissy Teigen was oh-so-happy for hubby John Legend.Getty Images
Sure, Teigen's cry face may officially be an internet meme, but we can't blame her for being happy for her main man -- and bestie -- Legend. Plus, Teigen didn't let it ruin her night. She quickly fired back with a selfie of her and Legend backstage, mimicking her now-infamous cry-face. Well said, girl.
Jennifer Lopez and Ryan Guzman heated up the carpet.Getty Images
Fact: JLo and Guzman have more chemistry in this one photo than "Fifty Shades of Grey" co-stars Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson had while presenting together during the evening.
Jennifer Aniston and Benedict Cumberbatch were unlikely BFFs.
Can someone in Hollywood please cast these two in a movie ASAP? We'd love to see Cumberbatch play the charming romantic lead alongside the rom-com queen.
Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda were the feminist heroes we need.Getty Images
These two gals go way back. Tomlin and Fonda starred together in the 1980 comedy "9 to 5," and 35 years later, they're headed to Netflix with their new comedy series "Grace and Frankie." While handing out the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Comedy Series, the funny ladies applauded the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for finally fighting a "negative stereotype" in Hollywood.
"It's nice at last that men are getting the recognition they deserve for being good at comedy," Fonda joked. "You've come a long way, baby."