U2 won a trophy for Best Original Song last night at the Golden Globe Awards, but it's unlikely that's what lead singer Bono will remember when he looks back on the evening years later.

That's because the show's co-host, comedian Amy Poehler, decided to spice up the night by making out with the perpetually sunglasses-adorned singer upon winning her first ever Golden Globe, for Best Actress in a Television Comedy Series for her work on 'Parks and Recreation.'

In just another example of his charitable mindset, Bono gave Poehler a relaxing massage while the nominees were announced, despite the fact that his lovely wife was sitting right nearby. Upon hearing that she won, Poehler comically swapped spit with the rock star before going up to accept her award.

U2 won their award for 'Ordinary Love' from the movie 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom,' their first new song in over four years. They are expected to release a new album later this year.