The great and the good of the film industry descended on Los Angeles last night (12 March) for the 95th Academy Awards.
Yep, it's that time of year where the biggest stars on the planet get together to decide who really is the greatest of them all.
And while all eyes were locked onto the likes of Brendan Fraser, Michelle Yeoh, and Ke Huy Quan to see who would come out on top this year, a lot of viewers also noticed something different about Morgan Freeman's outfit.
The Hollywood legend was a guest at the glitzy do and took to the stage with Margot Robbie to celebrate 100 years of Warner Bros.
However, though 'God' looked suitably dapper for the occasion, some noticed that as well as his suave tux the 85-year-old was also wearing a long black glove.
"Why is Morgan Freeman wearing a glove?" asked one viewer, taking to Twitter.
Another queried: "Why is Morgan Freeman wearing one glove?"
"What was up with the one hand in a black glove? Is Morgan Freeman ok?" put a third.
But rather than being a style choice, there is actually a heartbreaking story behind it.
Freeman was involved in a car crash back in 2008, when he swerved off a Mississippi road and flipped over.
The actor had to be cut free by the emergency services and badly injured his left arm.
A local newspaper editor said at the time: "They had to use the jaws of life [hydraulic cutters] to extract him from the vehicle.
"He was lucid, conscious. He was talking, joking with some of the rescue workers at one point.”
Despite being told that the pain would subside and he would see some improvement by 2011, Freeman is still unable to use his hand properly.
He now has to wear a compression glove in order to keep the blood flowing.
Speaking previously about the injury, Freeman said: "I suffered nerve damage and it hasn't gotten better. I can't move it.
"If you don't move your hand, it will swell up. Do you know you move your hand about a million times a day?"
During an interview with Esquire a few years ago, Freeman was experiencing some pain in his left arm.
When asked about it, he told the reporter: "It's the fibromyalgia. Up and down the arm. That's where it gets so bad. Excruciating."