Alfre Woodard's pre-Oscar party may be a ladies-only affair, but ET's Kevin Frazier was the only man allowed inside where he got Viola Davis to dish on the How to Get Away With Murder season finale.
"The finale will leave a twist that shocked me. I will say that," Davis told ET. "You'll see where I came from."
The highly anticipated season finale airs Feb. 26 on ABC. Before then, Davis is presenting at the Oscars on Sunday along with her fellow TGIT powerhouse Kerry Washington of Scandal.
Washington admitted that she still hasn't landed on a red carpet dress.
"No [dress] I choose will be as great as what I had last year," Washington told ET. "I had another human being in me last year."
Washington showed off her baby bump in a Jason Wu creation during 2014's award show.
Zoe Saldana, Rosario Dawson and Aisha Tyler were among those gathered at Woodard's annual event and the actress explained to ET what makes the soiree so special.
"This gathering was always about us including each other," Woodard told Frazier about the event, which honored Selma director Ava DuVernay and Beyond the Lights star Gugu Mbatha-Raw. DuVernay is the first African-American woman to direct a film nominated for Best Picture.
"This film will live on for many years," DuVernay said. "That's a blessing."