Video Showing Jennifer Garner’s Horrified Expression at Oscars Goes Viral on Twitter
Footage and photos showing Jennifer Garner sporting what appears to be an expression of horror at the 2018 Oscars have gone viral.
The 45-year-old Garner is seen in the audience clapping along with everyone else during the ceremony when suddenly she stops clapping.
Garner’s facial expression changes, too, from a pretty neutral one to one that seemingly shows horror and other emotions.
“What realization did Jennifer Garner just come to?” questioned Jezebel writer Bobby Finger on Twitter.
Various users commented, saying what they thought Garner was thinking.
What realization did Jennifer Garner just come to? pic.twitter.com/pWtycEDEVs
— bobby finger (@bobbyfinger) March 5, 2018
“Whats in MY wallet!?” said one user.
“Nick Foles really caught a touchdown in the Super Bowl,” said another.
“Left oven on at home. stars: they’re just like us,” said another.
“The irony of all of Hollywood celebrating Kobe Bryant at this moment in time?” added yet another.
Somebody didn't switch to the venture card
— Ryan Foley (@ref513) March 5, 2018
“I have never seen Ben and Batman in the same place at the same time!” joked another.
“I will eat pizza first, then a hot roast beef sandwich and some peppermint ice cream…” said another user.
“She finally figured out the plot of Alias 12yrs later,” said another.
The tweet garnered over 101,000 likes, 20,000 retweets, and almost 2,000 comments, as of March 5.
Garner is far from the only star to go viral for what they’ve done during the Oscars.
In one case, actress Nicole Kidman became a popular online meme when she was recorded clapping awkwardly.
— Rick Kraus (@RickKraus) February 27, 2017
She later told KISS FM that the bizarre clap was a result of wearing expensive jewelry.
“It was really difficult because I had a huge ring on that was not my own,” she said. “It was absolutely gorgeous, and I was terrified of damaging it,” reported Fox News.
So far, Garner hasn’t commented on what she was thinking when she stopped clapping.