The Golden Globes are a night of glitz and glam for celebrities, but even they aren’t without their issues.

The 74th annual award show kicked off Sunday night as schedule on NBC. The network aired a “La La Land” inspired musical segment featuring host Jimmy Fallon and stars like Nicole Kidman, Sterling K. Brown, Kit Harington and more singing about something Los Angelinos know all too well — traffic on the 405 highway. Once inside the award show Fallon went to begin the show with his monologue only to find that the teleprompter was down. While he briefly considered doing impressions, the “Tonight Show” host opted to, instead, tell a few fun anecdotes while a new teleprompter was brought in.

Once the machine got up and running again, Fallon got right to business. He made several jokes about the upcoming presidential inauguration, quipping that “Manchester By the Sea” was perhaps the only thing more depressing than 2016. Fallon made a nod to the cast of “Game of Thrones” for their Golden Globe nomination before comparing Donald Trump to King Joffrey. He also shared a fun story about Chris Rock, who joked that although “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” was nominated for several awards, it was unlikely that any of the show’s stars would be thanking Simpson for inspiring their performances.

The 2017 Golden Globe Awards airs live on NBC at 8 p.m. EST. Watch the live stream HERE and check out the full list of nominees HERE and keep up with the full list of winners HERE