Malek added: "I love you, you handsome man".
The movie was up against Black Panther (directed by Ryan Coogler), BlacKkKlansman (directed by Spike Lee), If Beale Street Could Talk (directed by Barry Jenkins), and A Star Is Born (directed by Bradley Cooper).
"Oh my God. I just don't believe it", a tearful Close said of her win, before issuing a rallying cry to women to seek fulfillment in their careers. "We've all been tagged, " said Bridges.
"Thank you to Freddie Mercury for giving me the joy of a lifetime", said Malek to a room filled with applause. Green Book is a true story about a budding friendship between an African-American pianist and a white bouncer on a tour of the Deep South in the early 1960s.
It was one of the Golden Globes' biggest surprises. "I'm kind of really gob-smacked by this, " said Burnett.
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The FX series "The Americans" about a pair of Russian spies hiding out as husband-and-wife travel agents in the U.S.in the 1980s won the best TV drama Golden Globe Award for its sixth and final year.
Green Book was the victor in the best comedy or musical category.
Shape-shifting actor Christian Bale, who famously gained 40 pounds to play former Vice President Dick Cheney, won best actor in a comedy for "Vice".
"Green Book", arguably the night's biggest victor, also took best screenplay and best supporting actor for Mahershala Ali.
Director Peter Farrelly said the win was beyond anything he and his team imagined when they embarked on the film.
Spanish language Roma, a semi-autobiographical film by legendary Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuaron, snatched the foreign language category and best directing. "I am privileged to be counted among you".