Kidman wins second Globe for Lies series
Nicole Kidman has won her second Golden Globe with Big Little Lies named best TV mini-series.
Kidman, who won for best actress in a mini-series earlier in the ceremony, was also a producer and shared the award with fellow Aussie Big Little Lies producer Bruna Papandrea.
The series, inspired by Australian author Liane Moriarty's novel, also scored Kidman and Papandrea Emmy wins last year.Clooney to direct, star in 'Catch-22'
But Hugh Jackman missed out when James Franco took the best actor award in a film comedy-musical award for his performance in The Disaster Artist.
Jackman was nominated for playing PT Barnum in The Greatest Showman.
Earlier, Perth actress Katherine Langford was bypassed for a Golden Globe.John Legend joins cast of NBC's Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert
The 21-year-old was nominated for her performance in the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why for best actress in a TV drama series, but the winner was Elisabeth Moss for The Handmaid's Tale.
Geoffrey Rush also missed out for his performance as the great theoretical physicist Albert Einstein in Genius.
The best actor in a mini-series or TV movie Globe went to Ewan McGregor for his role on Fargo.Stars who became irrelevant in 2017
The ceremony is under way at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills.
Margot Robbie could also take two Globes for starring in and producing I, Tonya, although she faces stiff opposition.
The significance of Kidman's wins was magnified at the Globes which was used as a platform to combat sexual abuse and harassment after multiple recent Hollywood scandals, with Kidman and the industry's other elite actors wearing black gowns and suits.Tom Petty's cause of death determined