The Golden Globes have wrapped with "La La Land" breaking records and "Moonlight" winning for drama. But the night was filled with so much more including Amy Schumer's "Bachelor" picks and Meryl Streep's rousing speech stating, "disrespect invites disrespect."

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Ruth Negga, Eoin Macken and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau reveal how Meryl Streep made their Golden Globes

 (Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times)
(Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times)

After the Golden Globes ceremony, Ruth Negga hopped from the NBCUniversal party to the InStyle event, her custom-made metallic dress illuminating the way as she joined the throngs winding their way through the Beverly Hilton Hotel hallways down to the ground floor.

But first she waxed ecstatic over the Louis Vuitton stunner that was designed just for her. "I didn't choose the dress, they chose me," she said, marveling at the 120 hours of handiwork one seamstress took to craft it.

Negga, who earned her first Golden Globes nomination for her work in Jeff Nichols' "Loving," said wearing the metallic number was one highlight of her first Globes ceremony. The other? "Meryl Streep!"

Streep's speech struck a nerve with several actors, even after eyes got misty inside the Beverly Hilton ballroom. "The Night Shift's" Eoin Macken applauded Streep's comments to her fellow performers describing an actor's only job: "[To] enter the lives of people who are different from us, and let you feel what that feels like."

"Game of Thrones'" Nikolaj Coster-Waldau said he admired Streep for using the opportunity of accepting her lifetime-achievement honor to speak from the heart, in a fiery speech that went after President-elect Donald Trump. "She did not waste her moment," he said

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