In case you missed it, the 74th Golden Globes Awards went down last night and, despite Black actors winning big—see: Donald Glover, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Viola Davis—there were a few pundits and presenters who couldn't seem to keep their Civil Rights Era-based films straight: namely, Hidden Figures (produced and scored by Pharrell, starring Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monae) and Fences (the film adaptation of August Wilson's famed play starring Davis and Denzel Washington), ultimately creating the entirely new made-up movie, #HiddenFences.
First, Jenna Bush Hager—that's right; former president George W.'s daughter—flubbed before the show even started. While on the red carpet, she was attempting to interview Skateboard P about his nomination, but got hit with his major side-eye.
Then, while actor Michael Keaton was presenting the award for Best Supporting Actress (for which Spencer was nominated), he repeated the newly-coined title:
Needless to say, Twitter had a field day with the creation of #HiddenFences. Here are the 15 funniest reactions:
After I saw #hiddenfences I watched "she's gotta have a raisin in the sun" story of an inner city girls struggle with healthy snacks.— Rstewart.artspan.com (@RStewartJewelry) January 9, 2017
#HiddenFences is a brilliant film about the first black boy to jump a fence while running from the plantation.— Lena Waithe (@LenaWaithe) January 9, 2017
The movie I'm really looking forward to is The Color Of Purple Roots. #HiddenFences— Randolph Terrance (@realtalkforyou) January 9, 2017
Unsurprisingly, Hager and Keaton were The Breakfast Club's 'Donkey(s) of the Day.'