Kevin Hart isn’t just saving lives in his new movie Ride Along 2, but apparently, he is also saving lives in Beverly Hills ballrooms.
During the 2016 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, Hart saved the life of first time Golden Globe winner Lady Gaga who according to Hart, almost took a tumble after receiving the coveted award for Best Actress in a Limited TV Series or TV Motion Picture. “What people don’t know is after she got the award she was walking off [and] she fell. I had to catch her,” Hart said during an appearance on The Ellen Show.
He continued, “And when I caught her I said, ‘I just want you to realize how big my arms are…It could have been bad. It could have been really bad for you, but I saved your life.'”
As for how far she fell, Kevin explained, “I didn’t let her go down that far because I’m a hero.”
He added, “The thing is like she was on her way down. It could have been brutal, you know? We’re talking blood, broken bones. But the inner hero in me grabbed her and my instincts kicked in. and I immediately cleared the camera. ‘Move!’ And then I had her and she was gasping for air. It was a moment.”
Hart also revealed to Ellen that he and fiancée Eniko Parrish have finally set a date for their wedding. “You know, black men tend to draw these things out, but I cut it short where I could,” the actor said. “We’re getting married August 8. It’s over, man. August 8.”
The 36-year-old added, “That’s right, ladies. Putting the chocolate in the fridge. I’m putting these chocolate nuggets up in the freezer ladies. It’s over. It’s over!”
HipHollywood was also the first to report that Hart’s best man will be his son, Hendrix.
Ride Along 2 hits theaters January 15.