Tom Hiddleston, Nicole Kidman

You never know what's going to happen on the Golden Globes red carpet. One minute you're talking about the films you've been working on, and the next minute an A-lister is crashing your interview on live television. And that's why we love it so much.

Viral internet sensation Liza Koshy took over the red carpet for the Golden Globes official account tonight, and during her interview with Tom Hiddleston, a special lady by the name of Nicole Kidman decided to just pop in and say hello (it happens at around 0:40).

"Stop. That's enough. Enough talking," she joked to Hiddleston, who then went from interviewee to interviewer. "I'm going to interview you now," Hiddleston told his pal. "How are you feeling about this Golden Globes ceremony?"

"I'm so happy to be here and I'm determined to have fun, that's why I came and did that," she explains. Hiddleston then followed with the famous question, "Who are you wearing?"

Instead of answering, she makes it a point to share that she knows Tom is wearing Gucci because, "I got him dressed."

Kidman is nominated tonight for her portrayal of Sue Brierley in the drama film Lion, and shares that the movie served as a love letter to her kids.

"It's about unconditional love and it's about wherever your mother is, is home and I think, Sue expressed it, the woman I play, so beautifully," Kidman tells Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet. "She's everything that I say in the film is pretty much what she said so, she just found the words to how I feel."

Furthermore, Kidman felt a deep connection with her character.

"She's just very special. She's deeply maternal. Very tactile which I love and affectionate and I just, I'm just lucky to have her in my life."

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