Katy Perry, Kate Hudson and More Celebs Joined the Moët & Chandon for ‘Toast for a Cause’ at the 2016 Golden Globes

Celebrities tipped it with Moët & Chandon.

At last night’s (Jan. 10, 2016) Golden Globes, a bevy of stars joined Moët & Chandon in celebrating its 25th anniversary as the official champagne of the awards show with its beloved philanthropic initiative, “Toast for a Cause,” where they raised a celebratory Moët Mini in honor of the charity of their choice.

A red carpet staple for many Hollywood A-listers, “Toast for a Cause” invited Golden Globes nominees and celebrities on the red carpet to raise a toast with Moët & Chandon Impérial minis for which Moët & Chandon will donate $1,000 to the celebrity’s charity of choice in his/her name.

New to the program this year, Moët & Chandon will donate another $1,000 to a fund next year’s Moët Moment Film Festival, supporting aspiring young film makers and creative artists.

Among the highlights from an evening of bubbly were Bryan Cranston pouring Moet Rose magnum to a table of stars including Leonardo DiCaprio and Helen Mirren.

Katy Perry nabbed a tray of Moët minis from one of the waiters and took over his job for a quick minute before heading inside.

Actress Kate Hudson tried to “steal” a 25 year anniversary bottle off the Moët bar and jokingly said “Is this for me?”

Sam Smith celebrated with Moët throughout the entire night and entered the backstage area with a Moët mini in his hand as he cheered to his Golden Globe win for Best Original Song.

Jason Sudeikis lovingly took photos of wife Olivia Wilde on his phone as she posed for solo shots, and singer Selena Gomez made a lap around the Weinstein after party.

Launch the gallery above to see more photos from Moet’s 25 years at the Globes.