The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, sponsor of the Golden Globe Awards, apologized Thursday after having confused Latino actresses America Ferrera and Gina Rodriguez in three tweets about its just-released nominations.

“What occurred this morning was an unfortunate error,” the HFPA said in a statement after users on social media began pointing out the mix-up. “Our sincerest apologies to both America and Gina.” The organization removed the tweets.

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The first had shown four empty seats on a stage, facing reporters at The Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles. “The Golden Globes stage awaits @ImAngelaBassett, @ChloeGMoretz, @HereIsGina [Rodriguez’s verified Twitter handle] and #DennisQuaid to announce our noms!” read the tweet. The next showed the four presenters sitting onstage, being introduced by a man a podium. “The Golden Globes noms are about to start!” it read, followed by tags of the same four names.

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Finally, the third depicted Ferrera, 31, identified as Rodriguez, at the podium, “kicking off the Golden Globes nominations announcements.”

Rodriguez, also 31, was nominated for Actress in a TV Series, Comedy, for The CW’s “Jane the Virgin.” Neither she nor former “Ugly Betty” star Ferrera, now on NBC’s “Superstore,” have commented.