Meryl Streep Has Some Strong Feelings About Mariah Carey Taking Her Chair


Sometimes, however, this can apparently lead to minor clashes.

Somewhere in the midst of her never-ending search for tea, Mariah Carey had a little seating snafu at the Golden Globes last night.

Carey tweets she went to the bathroom during a commercial break Sunday and took the first seat available when she came back.

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Carey, who was nominated for Best Original Song for "The Star" at the Golden Globes, also told fans there was a mix-up with her seat at the ceremony.

Explaining her reaction, the star joked to the talk show host: 'Bitch stole my seat!

Laura Dern, Amy Poehler, Susan Sarandon, Meryl Streep, Emma Stone, Emma Watson, Michelle Williams and Shailene Woodley told The New York Times that they'll swap a traditional date for something more in keeping with the recent movement launched to help fight sexual harassment. So amusing! Catch up on all of the highlights from the 2018 Golden Globes here.

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"It's a moment to transform both the written and unwritten rules that devalue the lives and experiences of women".

If there was any fear that Meryl Streep was anything less than friendly, we have the other side of the interaction also speaking about it, and Mariah Carey confirms that the whole thing was just adorable. "Cut to next commercial break, guess who comes back to her seat", the 47-year-old singing diva wrote.

You can take my seat any time! "(MERYL STREEP) You can take my seat any time!" she recounted, adding tears of laughter emojis.

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"Each of us will be highlighting legislative, community-level and interpersonal solutions that contribute to ending violence against women in all our communities", the advocates' statement said Sunday.