US-ENTERTAINMENT-GOLDEN-GLOBE-ARRIVALSSteve Harvey's Miss Universe snafu will most likely haunt him for the rest of his life, and Jamie Foxx couldn't help having some fun at the host's expense while presenting an award at tonight's Golden Globes ceremony.

Foxx was onstage with actress Lily James to announce the nominees and winner of the Best Original Score statuette. The honorees included the composers for "Carol," "Steve Jobs," "The Danish Girl," and "The Revenant," with the legendary Ennio Morricone nabbing the prize for his "The Hateful Eight" score.

Morricone wasn't present Sunday to have his spotlight momentarily stolen, so Foxx was able to vamp a little before announcing the actual winner. When he opened the envelope, he excitedly announced that "Straight Outta Compton" had won -- despite that flick not being one of the nominees. He then fake-sheepishly showed off the opened envelope, revealing Morricone's name, and apologizing profusely.

"I will take responsibility for this," Foxx said as the crowd laughed. "It was my mistake. It was on the envelope."

Here's hoping Harvey has a thick enough skin for the seemingly never-ending parade of jokes his mistake will inspire. Awards season is still young, after all.

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