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Golden Globes: As Jack and Rose both win, it's a 'Titanic' night

Golden Globes: As Jack and Rose both win, it's a 'Titanic' night
Kate Winslet runs over to Leonardo DiCaprio and gives him a big hug after he won the Golden Globe for actor in a motion picture, drama, for his work in "The Revenant." (Amy Kaufman / Los Angeles Times)

Jack and Rose are finally together for eternity.

The 73rd Golden Globe Awards put a bow on the "Titanic" stars' decades-long relationship as "The Revenant" lead Leonardo DiCaprio took the Golden Globe for actor in a motion picture drama and "Steve Jobs" actress Kate Winslet won for supporting actress in a drama — in the same year.

It was the third Globes trophy for both of them. Each one has been nominated 10 times.

During the commercial break, when DiCaprio returned to his table after his acceptance speech, Winslet ran over to him and was excited to see him and be the first to give him — we can't resist — a big bear hug. He was laughing hard as she hugged him.

"Titanic," incidentally, won four Golden Globes off eight nominations in 1998, including best motion picture, drama. While Winslet and DiCaprio were nominated for actress and actor in a motion picture, drama, respectively — they went home empty-handed.

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