Miller kicked off the show with some election-related humor — though didn't address his weekend arrest.
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Ventimiglia and Brown accidentally sent an envelope off stage (whoops!) but got to present best actor in a movie made for television or limited series winner Courtney B. Vance — Brown's The People v. O.J. Simpson costar — with his trophy.
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Best actor nominee Tom Hanks hung with the real-life hero behind his film Sully, Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger.
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Winning the first-ever #SeeHer Award, Viola Davis (who was also a double nominee and won best supporting actress for Fences) gave an empowering speech about self-acceptance. "I truly believe that the privilege of a lifetime is being who you are and I just recently embraced that at 51," she said.
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Another Miller highlight? When he dressed up as Jackie O. and teased Natalie Portman, who later won the best actress award for her work in Jackie.
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Stage crasher alert! Atlanta's Keith Stanfield ran up to the mic when Silicon Valley won best comedy series, saying, "I want to thank everybody for honoring us in this way. We worked very hard on Silicon Valley and here we are. Thank you." Confusion — and laughs — ensued.