"Yet another example of why the British public shouldn't be allowed to vote for things," wrote one Twitter user.
There were a few surprises in store at this year’s Screen Actors Guild awards. South Korean film Parasite won the biggest award of the night, as the first foreign-language film to take home Best Motion Picture. The night also saw big wins for the Brits, with Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag and Netflix’s The Crown picking up awards - but all eyes were on Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston, whose reunion sent the internet into a frenzy.
The BBC comedy's winning streak continued at Sunday night's annual awards bash.
The Fleabag star is the latest in a long line of celebrities to donate to the relief effort.
British talent won a host of the major prizes at the Golden Globes in Hollywood. Sam Mendes’ war epic 1917 shocked many by winning two prestigious awards, while Rocketman saw Taron Egerton pick up Best Actor in a musical or comedy. And in the television awards, wins for Fleabag, The Crown and Succession saw a good night for the British contingent continue.
Since taking over the world with Fleabag and Killing Eve, Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s writing and acting skills have garnered her many fans. Here’s how she rose to fame and prominence.
From Kylie at Glastonbury and Dua Lipa at the VMAs to Olivia Colman's Oscar win and the return of Fleabag.
This decade has welcomed a host of new films, TV shows and music onto the entertainment scene. The Avengers franchise dominated the box office, while television saw hits like Fleabag, Game Of Thrones and the first female Doctor Who in the show’s history. It’s also been a big year for music, with new artists emerging from One Direction to Stomzy.
From shock deaths and surprise romances to cliffhanger endings and, errr, yeast infections, we've truly seen it all this year.
The Crown and Fleabag are among the UK shows recognised by the international awards.