In one of the best moments from the 2016 Golden Globes on Sunday night, America Ferrera and Eva Longoria hilariously called out those who apparently have a hard time distinguishing Latina actresses from one another.
Ferrera, 31, and Longoria, 40, presented an award together, but not before reminding everyone who they are -- and most importantly -- who they aren't. Last month, the Golden Globes made a Twitter gaffe that went viral, when the award show's official account mistook Ferrera for Jane the Virgin star Gina Rodriguez.
"Yes, hi, I'm Eva Longoria, not Eva Mendes," Longoria cracked right off the bat.
"And hi, I'm America Ferrera, not Gina Rodriguez," Ferrera replied.
"And neither of us are Rosario Dawson," the Telenovela star quickly added as the audience laughed.
And the jokes didn't stop there.
"Thank you Salma," Ferrera then smiled, as Eva quipped, "Thank you, Charo."
Host Ricky Gervais also got in on the act before the ladies even started, introducing them by calling out presidential hopeful Donald Trump.
"Eva Longoria and America Ferrera are not just beautiful, talented actresses, they're also two people who your future president Donald Trump can't wait to deport," Gervais joked.
ET caught up with Rodriguez last month, who exclusively told us that she found the big Twitter mix-up to be flattering in one sense.
"America's lovely," the CW star said of the Superstore actress. "She's so beautiful and such a fantastic actress. If there's anybody I want to get mixed up with -- it's her for sure!"