Early Saturday morning the actress shared on Instagram the impressive chocolate creation she found in her hotel room.
“Whoever this chocolatier is that keeps leaving chocolate interpretations of awards in my room before I attend the actual show: I love your work, it makes me feel like I’ve already won, and I would like to present you with this,” she wrote, adding a trophy emoji.
The fresh-faced Room star posed behind the chocolate comedy and tragedy masks, which remained, impressively, untouched.
Larson, who is vying for the outstanding performance by a female actor in a leading role trophy on Saturday night for her turn as a kidnaped woman, previously told PEOPLE that she still hasn’t gotten used to her rising star.
“I was struggling to make ends meet until like two years ago,” Larson said. “I still don’t get recognized anywhere. Most of the time it’s ‘Did I go to college with you?’ ‘Nope, not me.’ “