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Kevin Hart, The Ellen DeGeneres Show

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Kevin Hart to the rescue!

The Ride Along 2 star appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Tuesday, where he revealed that at Sunday's 2016 Golden Globes, he saved American Horror Story: Hotel's Lady Gaga from total embarrassment after she was named Best Actress in a Limited TV Series or TV Motion Picture. "What people don't know is after she got the award she was walking off [and] she fell. I had to catch her," Hart recalled. "And when I caught her I said, 'I just want you to realize how big my arms are...It could have been bad. It could have been really bad for you, but I saved your life.'"

"How far did she fall?" host Ellen DeGeneres asked.

"I didn't let her go down that far because I'm a hero," the comedic actor joked. "The thing is like she was on her way down. It could have been brutal, you know? We're talking blood, broken bones. But the inner hero in me grabbed her and my instincts kicked in. and I immediately cleared the camera. 'Move!' And then I had her and she was gasping for air. It was a moment."

The singer-actress, he implied, swooned at the gesture.

"I was like, 'I'm engaged!'" Hart said. "True story. That happened."

Speaking of being engaged, Hart revealed to DeGeneres that he has finally set a date for his wedding to Eniko Parrish. "You know, black men tend to draw these things out, but I cut it short where I could," he explained. "We're getting married August 8. It's over, man. August 8."

Kevin Hart, The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Michael Rozman/Warner Bros.

"That's right, ladies. Putting the chocolate in the fridge. I'm putting these chocolate nuggets up in the freezer ladies. It's over. It's over!" Hart said, before realizing that some people might find that visual odd. "You know what's bad? I didn't realize what it could mean. So, after I said it I was like, 'Oh, wait! No, no, no! I didn't want it to be that,'" the 36-year-old comedian explained. "I'm not gonna take it back, though. Regardless, they're locked up. They're in the fridge."

(E! and Universal Pictures are both members of the NBCUniversal family.)