Even more awkward moments from the 2015 Golden Globes

Even more awkward moments from the 2015 Golden Globes
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Can you say awkward? At Sunday's Golden Globes, Kevin Hart made Salma Hayek a bit uncomfortable.

"The artists in this next category tell compelling stories through computer clicks, brush strokes and imaginations fueled by weed," Kevin quipped -- with Salma looking a little shocked.

Moving on to Ricky Gervais, who seemed a little tipsy, saying, "Oh, it's going well, isn't it? Let's not ruin it ... by me saying anything, really. No one wants to see me insult any of you rich, beautiful, overprivileged celebrities."

Then in a commentary on North Korea, apparently, Margaret Cho was this ... character:

"We would like to now introduce you to our newest HFPA member, a contributor to Movies Wow Magazine and a North Korean army general, Cho Young Ja, welcome," Tina Fey said.

Tina added, "Do you want someone to take a picture with you with your magazine? Okay! Who do you want to take the picture? Okay, okay! Alright! She'll do it! Meryl! You'll do it, right? Lets do this, let's do this."

Well, at least Meryl Streep was involved.

These weren't tonight's only awkward moments. Check out a few you may have missed right here.

Don't forget to take a peek at the red carpet looks from the glamorous evening! Do you have a favorite?

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