Chef Wolfgang Puck and his team produced 7,170 of his famous chocolate Oscars for this year's award show

Giuliana Rancic‘s night is off to a sweet start.

The longtime E! News personality returned to host the network’s pre-Oscars red carpet show for the 90th Academy Awards on Sunday — but things got a little sticky during a segment with chef Wolfgang Puck, who has been responsible for feeding the stars at the Governors Ball, the official post-Oscars celebration, for over 20 years.

As Puck, 68, was running down his menu for the night, he offered Rancic, 43, one of his famous chocolate Oscar statuettes — which were filled with passion fruit chocolate, to Rancic’s surprise. After she took a bite, a small piece snapped off and fell down the front of her stunning cream-colored gown.

Of course, Rancic took it all in stride and laughed the moment off. (Luckily, it didn’t stain!)

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Wolfgang Puck (left) and Giuliana Rancic
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Giuliana Rancic at the 90th Annual Academy Awards
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Among the highlights of the Governors Ball menu this year are a 2,600 lb. sculpted ice raw bar, 300 lbs. of Miyazaki wagyu beef, 15 kg. of caviar, 20 gallons of house-made gelato — and of course, 7,170 chocolate Oscars.

The 2018 Oscars ceremony will be held at the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center on March 4 and will be televised live on ABC at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.