Charlize Theron accidentally flashes friends while celebrating award nomination
Now, this may be hard to believe, but I have never been nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award - I know, I know, but it's true. However, I can imagine being shortlisted for the accolade is a pretty exciting moment.
In fact, I don't have to imagine any longer, because actor Charlize Theron has shared a video that proves just how exciting the prospect truly is.
Check out Charlize's hilarious (and rather revealing) reaction in the video below:
The South African star shared the video with her 700K+ Twitter followers, along with the caption: Whoops. Got a bit too excited about the
#SAGAwards nomination for our #BombshellMovie cast...CONGRATS ALL YOU BEAUTIFUL HUMANS!!! So grateful to have gone on this journey with you all".
The 44-year-old actor is nominated for the 'Female Actor in a Leading Role in a Motion Picture' for her performance in Jay Roach's Bombshell.
Co-stars Margot Robbie and Nicole Kidman have also received nods with nominations in the Supporting Actress category.
Charlize Theron scalds French TV presenter for kissing her unsuspecting interprator:
Theron's candid video shows the moment she learns of her nomination while relaxing at home with some friends. After discovering the good news, she jumps about in her dressing gown, before the clip hastily cuts to a rainbow screen. The video then cuts back to Theron pulling her gown together.
Despite the slip, an elated Theron continued to celebrate with her dog - who looks incredibly happy for his talented owner.
Bombshell tells the story of sexual harassment cases at Fox News, as Theron plays Megyn Kelly, the determined Fox News anchor whose accusations against the channel's chief executive, Roger Ailes, helped topple him back in 2016.
Speaking to The Independent about the fact the movie was written and directed by men, Theron said:
"We should always question this stuff, and I’m totally open to the conversation around it, but if I had to do it all over again, I would do it exactly the same way. The men in my life are incredibly compassionate and ask questions about things in a way that is inspiring to me. Why would I eliminate that interest?"