Earlier this year we caught a glimpse of the actress carrying around a chair with Gosling's face on it around the set of the upcoming Netflix series Grace and Frankie. And because we all got to wondering why Fonda had such a unique piece of furniture, she decided to post an explanation on her website.
In her post, the two-time Oscar winner explained that the chair does not actually belong to her.
"This chair featuring Ryan Gossling's [sic] face on the seat figures amusingly in the first episode," she wrote, toward the bottom of her very interesting post about her highly anticipated Netflix series.
"Some paparazzi watching the shooting from a cliff across the street posted this photo and the chair sold out overnight. Go Ryan!" she added.
The Ryan Gosling Chair was one of a series of limited edition Face Chairs, which was listed for sale at a price of $309 on Gilt. There was also a $99.95 delivery charge, E! News reports. If you were rushing to order one, don't bother — apparently they are already sold out. Damn!
And while Fonda may be without her very own Ryan Gosling Chair, she is already two weeks into the filming of her new series, which appears to be going well other than "a brief hard spell the first day."
Fonda says she is finding the work much more enjoyable now that she's in "a real rhythm" with her character.
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