Tuesday, September 16, 2014
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Golden Globes' red carpet damaged by sewage on day of show

Several photos of the disgusting spill were posted to Twitter by the likes of Ryan Seacrest and Cosmopolitan magazine. "Huge water leak on #goldenglobes red carpet...Bev Hills fire trying to clean up," Seacrest tweeted at about 5 p.m. (Photo: Ryan Seacrest via Twitter)
Several photos of the disgusting spill were posted to Twitter by the likes of Ryan Seacrest and Cosmopolitan magazine. "Huge water leak on #goldenglobes red carpet...Bev Hills fire trying to clean up," Seacrest tweeted at about 5 p.m. (Photo: Ryan Seacrest via Twitter)
Several photos of the disgusting spill were posted to Twitter by the likes of Ryan Seacrest and Cosmopolitan magazine. "Huge water leak on #goldenglobes red carpet...Bev Hills fire trying to clean up," Seacrest tweeted at about 5 p.m. (Photo: Ryan Seacrest via Twitter) Gallery: The 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards red carpet

Hours before Hollywood's most famous faces took to the red carpet of the Golden Globes, a sewage leak left organizers scrambling to clean up the entrance to the Beverly Hilton Hotel, according to reports.

Several photos of the disgusting spill were posted to Twitter by the likes of Ryan Seacrest and Cosmopolitan magazine.

"Huge water leak on #goldenglobes red carpet...Bev Hills fire trying to clean up," Seacrest tweeted at about 5 p.m.

The Hollywood Reporter said in an online post that the sewage came initially during an alarm that went off at 12:20 p.m.

The Beverly Hills Fire Department was reportedly still cleaning up the mess sometime after 4 p.m.

"Could be bad for long gowns #eredcarpet," Seacrest also tweeted.


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