Golden Globes flashback! See what the 1998 ceremony looked like
From Kate and Leo to the cast of "Friends," the 1998 ceremony was a star-studded affair.
All eyes on Leo and Kate
"Titanic" co-stars Leo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet made a pretty pair that night. Though neither nominee won in their category, "Titanic," which was still in theaters, picked up the award for Best Movie, Drama.
Ben and Matt win big
BFFs Ben Affleck and Matt Damon became household names when they nabbed the Best Screenplay award for writing 1997's smash hit "Good Will Hunting."
Funnyman Robin Williams
Comedian and actor Robin Williams, seen on the red carpet with his second wife Marsha Garces, was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his "Good Will Hunting" performance, but was bested by Hollywood vet Burt Reynolds, who won for his riveting turn in the indie flick "Boogie Nights."
By 1998, the cast of "Friends" had become regulars at awards shows. That year they were nominated for a Golden Globe for Best TV Series, Musical or Comedy, but lost to "Ally McBeal."
Angie nabs an early award
Future Oscar winner Angelina Jolie picked up one of the earliest acting awards of her career that night — a Best Actress award for the TNT miniseries "George Wallace," for which she also won an Emmy.
The lovely Michelle Pfeiffer presented the award for Best Movie (Drama) to director James Cameron and the cast and crew of "Titanic."
An angelic Della Reese
"Touched By An Angel" star and one of the night's nominees Della Reese, who passed away in 2017, was all smiles on the red carpet.
Madonna lets her hair down
Pop superstar Madonna, who wore her long and tousled, was on hand to present the award for Best Actor (Musical or Comedy) to Jack Nicholson.
J.Lo on the red carpet
Nominated for her breakout role in "Selena," Jennifer Lopez stepped out in style — and solo! — on the red carpet.
George Clooney loses to an 'ER' pal
Future silver fox George Clooney squired his then-girlfriend Celine Balitran to the ceremony. The future two-time Oscar winner lost to Best Actor (TV, Drama) category to his "ER" co-star Anthony Edwards.
Ellen DeGeneres and Anne Heche
Funny lady Ellen DeGeneres arrived with her then-girlfriend Anne Heche in color-coordinated ensembles. DeGeneres' namesake comedy "Ellen" was nominated in the Best Musical or Comedy series category, but lost to "Ally McBeal."
Michael J. Fox and Tracy Pollan
Television vet Michael J. Fox, here on the red carpet with wife Tracy Pollan, picked up the Best Actor (TV, Comedy) award for his role on "Spin City." In one of the night's most memorable — and hilarious —moments, Fox presented the Best Actress in a TV Drama award to "Chicago Hope" star Christine Lahti, but she missed hearing her name called because she was in the bathroom!
Hollywood vet Jack Nicholson won the award for Best Actor in a Comedy for his role in "As Good As It Gets."
Future Oscar winner Julianne Moore was nominated for her role in "Boogie Nights" but lost to Kim Basinger for her performance in the film noir flick "L.A. Confidential."
"X-Files" star Gillian Anderson was nominated for her role as FBI agent Dana Scully.
David Duchovny and Tea Leoni
Anderson's costar David Duchovny, also nominated, walked the red carpet with then-wife Tea Leoni.
Julia Roberts and co-star Rupert Everett
Julia Roberts, in a lovely Todd Oldham embroidered gown, arrived with her "My Best Friend's Wedding" co-star Rupert Everett. Both stars were nominated for their roles in the now-classic comedy, but lost to other actors.
Lady in red Brooke Shields
Brooke Shields, who dazzled in red, was nominated for her lead role on "Suddenly Susan."
Two-time Oscar winner Jodie Foster was nominated for Best Actress (Drama) for "Contact."
Calista Flockhart wins
"Ally McBeal" star Calista Flockhart poses backstage with her Best TV Actress (Musical or Comedy) Golden Globe award.
Winona and Gwyneth
BFFs at the time, young stars Gwyneth Paltrow and Winona Ryder attended the festivities together.