"What happens in the elevator, stays in the elevator" – Patricia Arquette
And for a few, the awards night was painful.
The two stars of Hulu's miniseries, The Act had all the makings to be one of Golden Globes 2020's most adorable pairs.
Think about it:
Patricia Arquette–the veteran who often plays feisty motherly roles.
Joey King, a talented newcomer.
But instead Arquette domed King in the face with an approximately 8 lb. melee weapon.
Here's how it went down.
Arquette won Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of Dee Dee Blanchard in The Act.
All was going well at this point.
After the main award show, the two stars took part in a photo shoot for InStyle.
Inside an elevator, of all places.
The fruits of that shoot:
This is one show we'd pay to see. 🎟@PattyArquette @JoeyKing #InStyleWBGlobes https://t.co/9zTSTSDQxh— InStyle (@InStyle) 1578292633.0
Apparently, that video isn't the only thing that went down in the elevator.
Joey King was quick to inform us on her Twitter that she got beamed in the head with Arquette's trophy.
Patricia Arquette accidentally hit me in the head with her Golden Globe. That sentence will give me bragging rights… https://t.co/DKgR91yFVh— Joey King (@Joey King) 1578330449.0
Good news is that Arquette was quick with a compliment and an apology.
No hard feelings here.
@JoeyKing What happens in the elevator stays in the elevator! No seriously I’m so sorry sweetest one!— Patricia Arquette (@Patricia Arquette) 1578332030.0
King's twitter posse had plenty of feedback too.
@JoeyKing @hulu @PattyArquette Ouch! Looks like a headbutt though, which is even better bragging rights! :-) https://t.co/bnZ67adqmt— Dennis Korbar (@Dennis Korbar) 1578333686.0
@JoeyKing @PattyArquette https://t.co/vWuBikKW8a— LadyPolitik (@LadyPolitik) 1578343048.0
@linharrington @JoeyKing @PattyArquette Is that what they call method acting— Danielle (@Danielle) 1578331159.0
To fully empathize with Joey King's forehead, let's talk stats on these Golden Globes trophies.
The trophy was redesigned just in time for the 2019 awards.
This thing is now roughly 12 inches tall, made of a combination of gold, brass, zinc and bronze and weighs in at 7.8 pounds.
That is a walking wrecking ball when people are different heights and celebrating with champagne.
Congrats Ms. Arquette and get well soon Ms. King!