Cate Blanchett has likened the Golden Globes to a "mosh pit".
The 'Carol' star - who is nominated in the Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture (Drama) at this year's award show - has revealed the ceremony can get "very sweaty" because everyone is sat in such close proximity.
Speaking on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, she said: "It's like a mosh pit actually, it gets very sweaty down there. There are tables and if there isn't enough ketchup on your table you literally lean and get DiCaprio's ketchup from the table behind. You're all very tightly packed, it's quite sweaty.
"Normally you're so stitched into those dresses that you cannot drink anything because if you have to pee it's a disaster. It's so hard being an actress!"
Meanwhile, the 46-year-old actress previously revealed she is planning on slowing down her career this year to focus on her family.
She said: "I'm not planning on working much in 2016 either ... We got a phone call earlier this year and we adopted a little girl. You're on the list and then you get the call. You don't know anything about the child you're going to meet.
"It's always the first time. Always. Our three biological children have been extraordinary. It's been wonderful watching them become a little brood."