AceShowbiz - Taraji P. Henson owed Terry Crews a huge thank you. The "Empire" star came close to losing a diamond ring on Sunday, January 6 night when she attended the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Fortunately for her, the "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star was quick to come to her aid.
When asked about the incident, Crews refused to take credit for his assistance in retrieving the missing jewelry. The 50-year-old actor told PEOPLE that he was only instructing others to stop moving. On taking the initiative to help, he later stated, "You know Taraji, she is the best! I'd do anything for her."
The incident reportedly took place when Henson waved at the crowd as people began to leave The Beverly Hilton where the awards ceremony took place. Upon realizing that her ring had slipped off her finger, she allegedly started screaming, "Oh my god, oh my god! No one move! No one move! My ring! My ring!"
Lucky for her, Crew happened to be around. The actor portraying Bedlam in "Deadpool 2" reacted by controlling the crowd in an effort to find Henson's ring and even got down to his knees to look for it, per report by PEOPLE.
Henson herself came to the Globes wearing a custom Vera Wang dark green, velvet, low-cut gown with sparkling rings, necklace, and bracelet. She along with the cast of "Ralph Breaks The Internet" , was nominated for Best Animated Feature Film. Unfortunately, they lost the title to "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse".
Having won a Golden Globes back in 2016, the "Hidden Figures" star also served as a presenter at this year's ceremony. Along with fellow winner Gina Rodriguez, she gave away the Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television kudo to Ben Whishaw of "A Very English Scandal".