Macaulay Culkin Celebrated the 2019 Golden Globes by Trolling His Brother Kieran

There’s nothing like brotherly love roasting, just ask Macaulay Culkin.

The 38-year-old Home Alone  star spent his evening last night trolling his younger brother, Kieran Culkin, who attended the Golden Globes and was nominated for Best Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for TV for his role in Succession.

Macaulay was so surprised by his 36-year-old brother’s appearance that he cross-referenced official Golden Globes photos.

He captioned one photo of Kieran goofing off, “My brother looks so handsome at the #GoldenGlobes.”

Then, he shared another photo where Kieran can be seen over Henry Winkler’s left shoulder and wrote, “Oh my god, there he is! Hi, bro!” (Fangirl much, Macaulay?)

Naturally, he zoomed in for a closer look. Like, way in. 

But he didn’t stop with red carpet photos. Macaulay then asked his brother (via Twitter) to cozy up to Lady Gaga from his “good seats.”

And then, it dawned on Macaulay that his baby bro was actually nominated, which led him to ask, “What is Succession?”

Pretend lack of familial communication aside, when Kieran lost to Ben Whishaw of A Very English Scandal, Macaulay was incensed and protective.

Shortly thereafter, Macaulay changed the channel to Alvin and the Chipmunks on Nickelodeon and that was that.

What an eventful evening for the Culkins.