And the award goes to, The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) for bringing to limelight the 25 best performers of motion pictures and television every year. The idea was initiated by a group of journalists belonging to the Hollywood Foreign Correspondents Association in 1943. They wanted to promote “Unity without Discrimination of Religion or Race”. Deals cracked, and a year later Jennifer Jones received the best actress title at the first ever Golden Globe Award at the 20th Century Fox. In 1950s, differences crept out between the two stake holders i.e., The Hollywood Foreign Correspondents Association and the Foreign Press Association of Hollywood, both started giving their own awards. But the reunion happened in 1950 in the form of HFPA and since then, laureates are awarded every year in a star studded ceremony in 14 motion picture categories and 11 in television. Some 20 million viewers enjoyed the party and after-party this year.