"I, Tonya" star was taping "Popcorn with Peter Travers" when she got the good news.
Margot Robbie learned of a major career milestone right in the middle of an interview, resulting in one of the most authentic reactions to a nomination we've ever seen.
The "I, Tonya" star was speaking with ABC News' "Popcorn with Peter Travers" on Wednesday when her publicist interrupted the chat to let her client know she was nominated for her very first Screen Actors Guild Award for her portrayal of Tonya Harding.
"Oh my god! What?!" exclaimed the Aussie actress. "That's so exciting! Oh my god, amazing. Oh wow."
According to Travers, he'd never "got a a reaction at that moment" before in his career, as the publicist informed Robbie that her co-star Allison Janney was nominated as well.
"Breaking news! That was like as immediate as it could be," Robbie said. "When you make the film, you're so worried about actually pulling it off and making it or even making the days or even getting everything shot so you can piece it all together to have a film that you kind of forget about the part when you show everyone and wait to see what they think. Yeah, it's scary. So now everyone knows, now we know that everyone thinks it's good. That's really nice."
The SAG nom for Robbie comes after she picked up a Golden Globe nomination earlier in the week for her work as Tonya Harding. Both Janney and the film were recognized by the Globes as well.