Some speculate that the actress may have been surprised at a particular Oscar victor or at Jodie Foster, who stepped out with Jennifer Lawrence to present the Best Actress award while in crutches, referencing the film "I, Tonya" and claiming Meryl Streep had broken her knees.
She added 18-carat white old earrings set with diamonds and blue sapphires, which were worth a huge $605,000 according to PageSix.
On the third and final loop, she says: "Can't wait to work with Lena Dunham!". Another one pointed out Garner must have contemplated if she left the stove on.
Although Garner has yet to answer Bobby's (and the world's) question, her voiceovers offer us a series of amusing options to choose from.
She then mimicked the slogan of her Capital One commercials in a second video, deadpanning, "Hey Jimmy Kimmel, what's in your wallet?"
The video meme quickly went viral for it's sheer mystery.
Garner, of course, filed for divorce from fellow actor Ben Affleck in 2017, and hasn't been linked to anyone since.
I'm torn here because it's awesome that Jennifer Garner has a sense of humor about herself, but it's also the end of a meme when someone memes themself.
All this said, Garner has joined an impressive rank of meme-friendly Hollywood. But as it turns out, she's just as confused as the rest of us! After Philipps's shocked face went viral during the La La Land/Moonlight mix-up, she has continued to call back to it on social media. "Wait, where is my wallet?" she said.
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