wasn't the only thing overflowing during Sunday night's Oscars.
According to the New York Post an apparent overflow in the women's bathroom caused a minor flood on the second floor of the Dolby Theatre less than 45 minutes before the Oscars broadcast began.
A small group of workers was rushed in to the theatre to tackle the mini-flood that restricted access to the second floor of the building, The LA Times reported.
Employees used two home-sized wet-vacs and a larger machine to clean up the flood while Academy Award guests were re-assigned to the first-floor bar for their drinking needs.
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Amanda Seyfried arrives on the red carpet at the 85th Academy Awards at the Hollywood and Highlands Center in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles on February 24, 2013. UPI/Kevin Dietsch
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