Jennifer Garner became the unexpected Oscars meme we didn't realise we needed

Knockout The 45-year-old ex-wife of Ben Affleck looked sensational in the dress that showcased her gym-honed figure

Knockout The 45-year-old ex-wife of Ben Affleck looked sensational in the dress that showcased her gym-honed figure

Jennifer Garner jokingly revealed what she was thinking about when she was caught in an unexpected viral meme during the Academy Awards broadcast Sunday, according to People magazine.

In the much-talked-about meme, the estranged wife of Ben Affleck, who looked stunning in a one-shouldered blue gown with a gathered waist and cape-like train, was seen clapping before something shocking seemingly happened before her eyes. Fans and supporters of Garner could not help themselves but hypothesize on what popped into her mind during the time, hence the startled face.

Garner's expression during the ceremony wasn't the only way she stole the spotlight at the star-studded awards. Another one pointed out Garner must have contemplated if she left the stove on.

Former "SportsCenter" host Jemele Hill tweeted, "When you're having a good time and realize you forgot to thaw the chicken for your mama". She begins, "Congrats to Shape of Water!". She was promptly meme'd.

Taking to her Instagram story, Garner posted a few videos showing the Oscars moment and jokingly suggesting what she might have been thinking about when she stopped clapping and paused for a moment, appearing deep in thought. "Maybe I should date a fish", was her first hilarious explanation. The second: "Hey, _Jimmy Kimmel, what's in your wallet? Wait. where's my wallet?"

Actress Jennifer Garner certainly knows how to take a joke in stride.

And the third was a very amusing: 'Can't wait to work with Lena Dunham!

And, in a third and final clip, Garner, who's set to star in Lena Dunham's new HBO show Camping, said, "Can't wait to work with Lena Dunham!". Wait did I sign a nudity waiver?'

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