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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The 85th Academy Awards: Red Carpet
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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