The Diss List: 5 Golden Globe Remarks That Stung

Jenny Depper
Yahoo Movies

Every time Tina Fey and Amy Poehler take the helm of the Golden Globe Awards, we know we're in for one heck of a ride.

As usual, the wisecracking duo didn't scrimp on disses and made sure to toss plenty of shade at their A-list colleagues.

The evening had plenty of trash-talking, but we've collected the five most memorable burns of the bunch. 

1. Shia LaBeouf Is No Longer a Hollywood Darling
It's a good thing disgraced actor Shia LaBeouf skipped the Golden Globes this year, because there was no way that Jim Carrey was going to let him off the hook for his recent antics. "Dying is easy. Comedy is hard … I believe it was Shia LaBeouf who said that," Carrey began with a sneaky smirk on his face. "So young, so wise."
The comic genius was obviously referring to the ongoing plagiarism battle that the "Nymphomaniac" star has been embroiled in with graphic novelist Daniel Clowes. The 27-year-old star, who failed to credit Clowes' graphic novellas for his short film, has been trying to keep a low profile following the incident by "retiring from public life." But it looks like that retirement was short-lived because he's since responded to Carrey's dig via Twitter:

Guess some people just can't take a joke?

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2. Leonardo DiCaprio and Model Vajajays

In case you were totally unaware, Leonardo DiCaprio has a thing for models. The "Titanic" star is a total sucker for hot blond catwalkers, and has bedded everyone from Gisele Bündchen to Bar Refaeli to his latest conquest Toni Garrn. Unfortunately for the hunky heartthrob, that many model notches on his belt left him open to Tina's zing as she introduced him as a presenter. "Like a supermodel's vagina, let's all give a warm welcome to Leonardo DiCaprio."

Leo quite obviously couldn't contain his shock over the comment … or his approval. He gave the ladies the thumbs up as he stepped onstage to present an award. Meanwhile, his pal and "Wolf of Wall Street" director, Martin Scorsese, laughed so hard he nearly fell out of his seat.


3. Amy and Tina Subtly Diss Taylor Swift (Again!)
After Poehler picked up a win for Best Actress in a Television Series, Comedy, for her work on "Parks and Recreation," her old friend Tina couldn't help but give her an on-stage shout-out. Tina congratulated her by saying, "I just want to say congratulations again to my friend Amy Poehler. I love you and there's a special place in hell for you."
While most probably thought Tina was teasing Amy over her devilish jokes, we knew she was taking a dig at none other than Taylor Swift. Last year at the Golden Globes, the funny women took aim at the country cutie's love life and advised her to stay away from Michael J. Fox's son.

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Word on the street was that Swifty didn't take too kindly to the joke and later alluded to the incident in a Vanity Fair magazine interview. "You know, Katie Couric is one of my favorite people. Because she said to me she had heard a quote that she loved, that said, 'There’s a special place in hell for women who don't help other women,'" Swift said. The "Red" singer reportedly never forgave Tina and Amy for the joke, even after they publicly apologized. Now it looks like T.Swift has something new to be sizzling mad over.
In other words, if you're Taylor Swift and Amy and Tina are hosting the Golden Globes, you basically have a target on your back. Yes, even if you are a nominee.

4. George Clooney's Playboy Antics
At least Leo can share a Kleenex with fellow legendary lothario George Clooney. The Cloon took a little heat from Fey when she chatted about his flick, "Gravity." "Gravity is nominated for Best Film. It's the story of how George Clooney would rather float away into space and die than spend one more minute with a woman his own age [Sandra Bullock]," the "30 Rock" actress chided.
Ouch. Off the record, Bullock, 49, and the silver fox, 52, are pals. But we all know he prefers his women much younger and regularly links up with ladies 20 years his junior. Check it out around the 3:36 mark.

5. Michael Bay's Stage Fright
Sorry, Michael Bay, not even your Transformers could protect you from Fey's ribbing. The movie producer, who famously stormed offstage at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week after his teleprompter malfunctioned, was the butt of one of the comic's jokes. Fey started to introduce Chris Evans and Uma Thurman as the next presenters, then stopped short and quipped, "Michael Bay describes our next presenters as ... 'Um ... uh ... sorry, I can't do this,'" which clearly alluded to his gaffe.