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13 January 2018, 09:05 | Israel Caldwell
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Oh yes, indeed there was and Steven Spielberg witnessed it first-hand when Mariah Carey took a seat on his table, without realising that it was the designated spot for Meryl Streep, who was not at her seat for the time being.
She said: "Meryl Streep caressed my face on the red carpet, so that would probably be my favourite moment of life - other than childbirth, I'm supposed to do that".
Thankfully, Queen of Hollywood Meryl Streep was feeling merciful when she found a helpless Mimi in her seat at the Golden Globes.
Kimmel compared the scenario to a game of musical chairs, something that Streep heartily agreed with.
Mariah Carey at the Golden Globe Awards
Earlier, Carey had apologised on Twitter, writing: "Got caught mingling on the way to the loo during a commercial break". Carey explained she was told to sit down and offered to move, which Streep said she initially declined. "They do the '5, 4, 3, 2, 1...' and wherever you are, everybody has to drop to their seats".
Kelly said of Oprah: "I love Oprah". Mariah was directed to take the first available seat, which happened to be next to director Steven Spielberg, and he was sat next to Meryl.
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