Hollywood superstar Terry Crews could have saved the day for Toni Braxton after she recently lot her engagement ring. New reports claim the entertainer helped “Empire” actress Taraji P. Henson find her lost diamond at last night’s Golden Globes red carpet.

According to reports, Crews immediately helped in the successful recovery search once Henson announced the ring went missing.

When she realized that her ring had fallen off, Henson, 48, began screaming, “Oh my god, oh my god! No one move! No one move! My ring! My ring!” and desperately searching for it on the ground. Luckily, Crews was in the area and helped the actress corral the crowd to rediscover the lost jewelry, even getting on his knees to search for it. The actor, 50, later explained to PEOPLE that he didn’t find the ring himself, but rather told everyone to stop moving so they could find it. (People)

A few years ago, a celebrity had an expensive ring disappear at the Golden Globes.

The “Proud Mary” star joined “jeweler to the stars” Lorraine Schwartz in the annals of Golden Globes missing-ring incidents. Schwartz lost a $250,000 ring at the ceremony in 2014, and a carpet cleaner was accused of finding it and bringing it home to his girlfriend. The man then had the ring appraised, raising suspicions and notification of the cops, TMZ previously reported. (Huffington Post)

Last night, Taraji went to social media with a shot of herself at the annual ceremony.

Henson pulled through to last night’s star-studded event for one of her film’s nomination.

The actress, who attended Sunday night’s awards — she and the cast of Ralph Breaks the Internet were nominated for best animated feature film — stunned in a dark green, velvet, low-cut gown with silver accessories. (People)