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Golden Globes 2017 Embarrassing Moment When 'Hidden Fences' Wrong Movie Name Called

Tue Jan 10 04:02:05 EST 2017 | Mstarz
(Photo : Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) Producer/Composer Pharrell Williams attends the Screening and Q&A for 20th Century Fox's 'Hidden Figures' at The London West Hollywood on January 4, 2017 in West Hollywood, California. Courtesy of CBS correspondent Jenna Bush Hager and Oscar winner actor Michael Keaton the movie "Hidden Fences" was nominated on Sunday evening at the Golden Gobles. A weird words selection gave a spin to the media with unpleasant reactions. The little misunderstanding bro..

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