La La Land wins Best Original Song and Best Score at the 2017 Golden Globes

The romantic musical comedy beat Justin Timberlake to bag this year's musical Golden Globes.

La La Land cleaned up at the 2017 Golden Globes - including picking up this year's music prizes at the ceremony. 

The romantic musical comedy-drama won Best Original Song for City Of Stars, beating Justin Timberlake's hit song Can't Stop The Feeling from the movie Trolls, as well as Faith from the film Sing, How Far I'll Go from Moana and the title track from Gold.

The movie also won Best Score at the ceremony, now in its 74th year, over Nicholas Britell for Moonlight, Johann Johannson for Arrival, Dustin O'Halloran and Hauschka for Lion, and Hans Zimmer, Pharrell Williams and Benjamin Wallfisch for Hidden Figures.

"This is very much appreciated," composer Justin Hurwitz said after being presented the award by Carrie Underwood and Sting. 

City Of Stars is originally performed by Ryan Gosling's jazz obsessive character Sebastian in La La Land, before it becomes a duet with Emma Stone later in the film. Listen to the song below:

In addition to Best Original Song and Best Score, La La Land won a further five Golden Globes including Best Screenplay and Best Actor (Gosling) and Best Actress (Emma Stone) - a record haul for a film at the ceremony. 

See the full list of winners at the 2017 Golden Globes here.

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