Viola Davis Wins Best Supporting Actress At The 2017 Golden Globes — While Everyone Is Left Wondering About 'Hidden Fences'!
Is it just us or are they keeping the movie titles hidden at the Golden Globes?
Viola Davis took home the award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the drama Fences on Sunday night, where she gave an eloquent speech about the importance of diverse storytelling.
And the actress' speech felt extra important, seeing as it came directly after someone accidentally said the nonexistent film title Hidden Fences — for the SECOND time of the night (Jenna Bush Hager messed it up first on the red carpet)!
When presenter Michael Keaton was sounding off on the nominees, he accidentally merged the titles of Hidden Figures with Fences — naming Octavia Spencer the nominee for Hidden Fences. Yeesh!
However, Davis didn't bat an eye at Keaton's flub and still delivered a poised and gracious speech! Ch-ch-check it out (above)!