Top 5 Shadiest Award Show Moments

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Every year at every movie award show we are reminded that Meryl Streep is one of the most talented and loved actresses of our time but nothing proved her talent more than her speech last night at the Golden Globes.

Streep managed to throw some serious shade at President Elect Donald Trump without even mentioning his name once.

Streep’s unapologetic shade towards Trump led us to look at some of the most infamous and shadiest moments in award show history… Enjoy!



5. Zayn Malik

After breaking the hearts of tweens everywhere in ditching One Direction for a “normal life” as an international solo artist , Zayn Malik shattered the tiny pieces of hope 1D fans had left thinking things were still amicable between his and his former bandmates.

Check out Zayn basking in the glory of his first solo win…


4. Tina Fey

When Tina Fey and Amy Poehler pissed off everyone’s best friend and the leader of the most sought after girl squad in the world, Taylor Swift, they were told by hers truly that there is a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.

But the queen of comedy and Mean Girl creator Tina Fey didn’t take this threat too hard and in fact passed the message on in front of the Golden Globe audience to her good pal Amy Poehler.


3. Ricky Gervais

As you will be well aware, Ricky Gervais is no stranger to causing anarchy when it comes to hosting the Golden Globes and one person in particular will remember his time as the controversial host not so fondly, Mel Gibson.

Take a look at the second run-in Gervais had with Mel Gibson at the 2016 awards.


2. Nicki Minaj

Miley Cyrus hosting the 2015 VMA awards was going to be nothing less than controversial but it was Nicki Minaj’s acceptance speech that stole the show where she completely pelted the host herself with the most blatant shade of all time.

Miley, what’s good?


1. Kanye West

The king of all award show shade throwing has to go to Mr. West for the most infamous interruption of an acceptance speech at the MTV VMAS 2009.

No more of an introduction needed really…


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