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Gillian Anderson celebrated winning her first Emmy Award in 24 years in a very NSFW way.
The American actor earned the coveted gong for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama for her role as Margaret Thatcher in The Crown.
She wasn't in the US for the glitzy ceremony and instead opted to accept the award in the UK.
Anderson wore a dress from fashion brand Chloé and the design was beamed around the world when she made her acceptance speech.
To thank her for the exposure and for the massive win, the label thought it would be fitting to send her a humungous penis cake to celebrate.
It appears Chloé combined Anderson's two roles that she is well known for in this age: Maggie Thatcher and sexual health therapist Dr Jean Milburn in Sex Education.
It's clear they wanted the penis to look as anatomical as possible as they even managed to get some decent veins in there. You can see the uncensored version here.
Interestingly, after Gillian won her prized Emmy, she was asked a very strange question by a reporter.
The journalist from American Urban Radio Networks was seemingly unaware that Margaret Thatcher died in 2013 and wondered whether Gillian had interviewed her before portraying her on the small screen.
The Crown was the big winner on the night. Credit: Netflix
Delivering the final backstage question for Anderson, Tanya Hart said: "Just to kind of continue with the whole Margaret Thatcher thing, first question - have you talked to her about this role at all?
"And secondly, why do you think it has taken America so long to get a female leader? You know, when all of these other countries - and look at what Margaret did in the UK."
After a brief hesitation, Anderson replied: "I have not spoken to Margaret."
Then, having understandably been a bit thrown during the second half of the question, the 53-year-old stalled for a moment or two, before continuing: "Well the UK had Miss May not that long ago, which is even before the United States of America... so I think maybe the question is why is it taking the United States of America so long to get a female leader."
Well, that actually was Hart's question to be fair to her - unfortunately though, she had just bamboozled her interview subject by asking her if she'd consulted with a dead politician about her role in the Netflix drama.
So all in all, not the most productive slot with the Emmy-winner.