The Golden Globes have wrapped with "La La Land" breaking records and "Moonlight" winning for drama. But the night was filled with so much more including Amy Schumer's "Bachelor" picks and Meryl Streep's rousing speech stating, "disrespect invites disrespect."
As far as anyone can tell, it began with a Jenna Bush Hager flub on the red carpet.
The NBC red carpet correspondent was interviewing Pharrell Williams when she wrongly stated that the musician was Golden Globe-nominated for his work on "Hidden Fences," an erroneous statement if ever there were one.
Williams is indeed Golden Globe-nominated, but for his work on the score of "Hidden Figures."
What is "Hidden Figures"?
It's a film about three African American women mathematicians working for NASA in the 1960s starring Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monáe.
What is "Fences"?
"Fences" is a film adaptation of the 1983 August Wilson play of the same name, starring Viola Davis and Denzel Washington as a couple struggling through their lives in 1950s Pittsburgh.
What is "Hidden Fences"?
"Hidden Fences" is nothing.
Twitter decided to make it something, however, when Michael Keaton also misspoke during the announcement of the nominees for film supporting actress, stating that Octavia Spencer was nominated for "Hidden Fences."
Black Twitter then decided to take things next-level, making its own mash-ups of classic African American films.