Jay-Z sent Reese Witherspoon a case of his Champagne after she asked for a glass of it at the Golden Globes

Reese Witherspoon and her mom, Betty, were big fans of Jay-Z's Champagne.

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Reese Witherspoon and her mom, Betty, were big fans of Jay-Z’s Champagne.
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Reese Witherspoon/Instagram

Jay-Z sent a case of his Ace of Spades Champagne to Reese Witherspoon after the Hollywood actress asked the rapper if she could have a glass at the Golden Globes.

On Thursday, Witherspoon showed her Instagram followers a big black box tied with gold ribbon and even a handwritten note: “More water from Jay and B.”

Jennifer Aniston had posted on Instagram that Witherspoon had asked the Carters for some Champagne after her table ran out of water at the award show on Sunday night.

To test the Champagne, Witherspoon got her mom, Betty, to help give the verdict.

“It’s 11.30 and we’re drinking Champagne,” Witherspoon joked with her mom, who then asked whether it’s too early to start drinking.

“Who cares? It’s from Jay-Z and Beyoncé,” Witherspoon exclaimed.

After Witherspoon popped open the shiny gold bottle, the mother-daughter duo took a sip and said it was delicious.

Betty Witherspoon looked thrilled, with her daughter advising the Carters in the clip to “put her in a commercial!”

“When grandma gets drunk,” the elder Witherspoon jokingly coined the slogan.

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“When grandma gets drunk,” Betty Witherspoon joked in the video.
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Reese Witherspoon/Instagram

Jay-Z paid $200 million in 2014 to purchase a share in the high-end French alcohol company Armand de Brignac. Its normal-size bottles retail for $300, but the company is known for its giant versions.

Rappers often refer to the Champagne as “Ace of Spades” because of its branding.

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