Golden Globes: What you didn’t see on TV


Rachel Bloom with her Golden Globe, proving things can get weird when the TV cameras are off. (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)

(Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)

The Golden Globes broadcast doesn't tell the whole story.

When the cameras stop rolling, they miss some of the best stuff. The 2016 show was no exception.

Most importantly, the audience at home missed the fact that Sylvester Stallone did, in, fact, thank director Ryan Coogler while accepting his award for "Creed."

Also off-screen: Exes making nice off stage.

Some of the presenters were forced to improvise when the teleprompter slowed down.

Another moment the cameras missed: At least one star got In-N-Out Burger delivered to their table.

Arts & Entertainment Assistant Managing Editor John Corrigan was at the Globes too. He got a video of what it's like for the audience when the show goes to commercial:

Ever wondered what it's like to walk the red carpet? He captured it firsthand:

The censors got a serious workout in during the show. One of the big questions of the night: What did Ricky Gervais ask Mel Gibson when they were onstage together?

Reporter Amy Kaufman was on it.

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