Now that's Best Supporting: Office worker astounded as OPRAH knocks asking to use his bathroom on her way to an Oscar party.
Now that's Best Supporting: Office worker astounded as OPRAH knocks asking to use his bathroom on her way to an Oscar party
- Star was driving with Selma director Ava DuVernay in Santa Monica
- DuVernay asked blogger Max Lloyd if her friend could use the bathroom
- Director had been working in WorldWideKat's building earlier that day
- Pair who worked on Selma were reportedly party-hopping before Oscars
Oprah Winfrey had to go to the bathroom so badly that she knocked on the door of a random office in Los Angeles and asked if she could use the facilities.
Max Lloyd, the executive producer of blog WorldWideKat, was working around 10.30pm on Thursday when Ava DuVernay, the director of Oscar-nominated Selma, approached it
'I have Oprah and she really has to pee!' the director said. 'Can she use your bathroom?'
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Unexpected visitor: Max Lloyd (right) was working late in Santa Monica when Ava DuVernay came up to him and asked if Oprah (left) could use the bathroom
Ms Winfrey was giving Ms DuVernay a lift back to her car at the Santa Monica building, where she had been working earlier that day before party hopping, according to the New York Post.
The media mogul then popped out of a black SUV to heed nature's call.
WorldWideKat's other executive producer Kat De La Fuente was in New York at the time and posted about the event on Instagram.l
Emergency emissary: Selma director Ms DuVernay (pictured) asked Mr Lloyd to let Ms Winfrey use the facilities after an evening of party-hopping
Calling Ms Winfrey an inspiration, she said it was the 'most surreal moment of my life and I wasn't even there'.
'I swear if Max hadn't taken this photo I wouldn't have believed it in a million years.'
The run up to and aftermath of Sunday's Academy Awards ceremony featured a number of Oscar-related events that led stars such Ms DuVernay and Ms Winfrey out on the town.
The talk show host had a supporting role in Best Picture nominee Selma, and presented the award for best adapted screenplay to Imitation Game writer Graham Moore.
A more dignified occasion: Ms Winfrey presented the award for best adapted screenplay to Graham Moore