The TBS late-night host presented the "Fifty Shades Freed" star with a Golden Raspberry for Worst Actor, which the actor never got the opportunity to accept at the ceremony. Dornan said he was never invited, despite the franchise being nominated for all three movies.
"Dude, if they invited me I'd be there," Dornan said. "I won one, and I didn't even get invited."
"I'm intrigued to see what it's all about," he added. "Apparently you can just pay $90 and just become a member online. An establishment that runs itself like that intrigues me quite a lot."
The actor continued to explain that his performance in the first installment of the franchise won him Worst Actor and Worst On-Screen Couple, but he never got his hands on the trophy -- until now.
"Well I know you've always wanted to have one so the Razzies sent over, this is a Razzies Award," Conan said as he handed the honor to the actor. "They actually sent it over and I know you wanted to actually have one."
Upon further examination of the trophy, however, it completely fell apart in his hands.
"That kind of sums up the Razzies I feel," Dornan said.
"Fifty Shades Freed" is up for 8 Razzies this year, including Worst Picture, Worst Actress, Worst Actor, Worst Supporting Actress, Worst On-Screen Combo, Worst Sequel, Worst Director and Worst Screenplay.