P. Claire Dodson
January 08, 2017 12:53 pm
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Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams found herself in quite the predicament during the annual BAFTA Tea Party in Los Angeles this weekend when she was unexpectedly sandwiched between Justin Timberlake and Andrew Garfield. And Maisie Williams with Justine Timberlake and Andrew Garfield might be the best picture yet of 2017.

Of course, she Instagrammed the moment, which features her mid-grin walking in between them. It’s the perfect combination of cute and happy and awkward among all three of them, and we’re sure they were just as intimidated at ending up so close to the brave and killer (literally) Arya Stark. We hope they asked for Game of Thrones spoilers.

She also posted an adorable pic with on-screen sis/real-life BFF Sophie Turner while wearing the super cute checkered red dress she wore to the tea.

And this actually isn’t the first semi-awkward run-in she’s had with Timberlake. Back in April, she talked with Seth Meyers about an embarrassing encounter during their first meeting, which happened on the set of the movie The Book of Love that she starred in alongside Jessica Biel.

“It was really cold on set and Jessica had this car to go and sit in and be warm,” Williams told Meyers. “And she was like, ‘Oh, Maisie come sit in the car.’ And I was like, ‘You don’t want me because I talk for England and it will not be relaxing.’ She was like, ‘No come on in.’ So I had this big purple quilted blanket around me and I waddled over to the car and pulled open the door and sort of popped my bum in. I lent back on the seat and he stuffed the rest of the blanket in the car and I’m like wriggling around like a little maggot. I sit up and I look around and he’s like, ‘Hi, I’m Justin.'”

Which is honestly such an adorable way to meet JT.

Garfield is nominated for best actor in a drama for his role in Hacksaw Ridge, while Timberlake is up for best original song, “Can’t Stop The Feeling,” for the movie Trolls. Frankly, we can think of much worse men to be sandwiched in between.

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