Greer Grammer practiced walking in her shoes ahead of the Golden Globe Awards because she was worried about falling over.
Greer Grammer feared becoming an online laughing stock at the Golden Globe Awards.
The 22-year-old actress - the daughter of Kelsey Grammer and Barrie Buckner - handed out the trophies at last night's (11.01.15) ceremony and had been careful to select ''sturdy'' shoes to minimise her chance of falling over.
She said of her Jimmy Choo footwear: ''I gotta make sure they're sturdy, they can handle the stage.
''They're ready to make a montage of me just falling and falling and falling and falling, just over and over again. It's something you have dub-stepped to a song of something.''
And the 'Awkward' star had spent hours practicing walking in her shoes ahead of the prestigious show at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
She added to 'Access Hollywood': ''I will not [fall. I've been practicing. We had rehearsals yesterday and I walked in my heels and I think I've got it down.''
Walking in her shoes wasn't the only thing Greer needed to practice as she admitted last week she hadn't realised just how heavy the trophies were.
She wrote on Instagram on Thursday (08.01.15): ''I had the BEST time at the Miss Golden Globe bloggers luncheon today! AND I finally got to hold my first Golden Globe!!! (Fun fact: they're a LOT heavier than I imagined!!) Got to get in some practice of holding them before the big day on Sunday! #MissGG #MissGoldenGlobe #moetmoment (sic)''
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