Joey King did not leave the Golden Globes last night with a trophy, but she did get smacked in the head with one—Patricia Arquette’s, of all people—which is pretty damn close to winning one. The actress, best known for her role as Gypsy Blanchard in the television show The Act, which airs on Hulu, disclosed today afternoon on Twitter that the bump left a bruise right in the center of her forehead.

According to a tweet posted by King, “Patricia Arquette inadvertently whacked me in the head with her Golden Globe.” “I will have the ability to use that sentence as a point of pride for the rest of my life.” She also shared two images of the mark that was left on her face, one of which was taken while she was still wearing all of her makeup, and the other of which was taken, presumably, the next morning.

She and Arquette were dancing in an elevator picture booth during an after-party when King bowed her head down, accidentally falling onto Arquette’s trophy. The incident was brought to light by the author Alyse Whitney.

Arquette won the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television for her role as Dee Dee Blanchard, Gypsy’s mom, in The Act. This category recognizes the best performances by actresses in supporting roles in tv shows, limited series, and motion pictures made for television. Despite the fact that King’s behavior after the celebration was quite comical, she maintained a solemn demeanor during her victory speech, during which she stated that the United States is “on the brink of war,” that the president is “tweeting out a threat of 52 bombs including cultural sites,” and that Australia is “on fire.” In addition, she encouraged spectators to participate in the upcoming election in the year 2020.

By Anna

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