While the Oscar red carpet is the best place to check out who's dating who, the actual show is a great time to check out the chemistry between presenters. As with every broadcast, some of this year's couplings seemed really random (Jennifer Lopez and Sam Worthington) and others made perfect sense (Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner), but it was interesting to see which paired-up Oscar presenters really hit if off...and which ones looked like they just wanted to hit each other.
Kathryn Bigelow wears well-earned success well. And her ex-husband, James Cameron, swallows defeat with grace — and (dare we say it) pride. She won! He stood. The crowd roared. The Hurt Locker won six Oscars this year, including Best Director and Best Picture, which, as @kellyoxford said and @ebertchicago retweeted, made "So many ex wives feel good right now."
Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem finally appeared in public as a couple on Oscar night, sitting side-by-side in the front row and holding hands.
Hollywood's biggest night is often a great date night for Hollywood couples. Here are six pairs that make the world looks glorious and shiny and perfect.
Per Page Six, Angelina Jolie and Mick Jagger hooked up in the late 90s and early century. It does sound pretty far-fetched but how often does Page Six get it wrong? They also say that Mickey Rourke says he hooked up with 14 women in a single evening.
Poor Jon Gosselin of the tiny penis and shrinking celebrity credentials. Is it time to start feeling sorry for you? Perhaps it is, because the latest news is that Playgirl is offering the portly reality television star and father of eight $20,000 for a "novelty" spread in their magazine. Gasp! Can you even imagine?
Gerard Butler may have Jennifer Aniston's back, but he won't have her hand this Sunday on the red carpet. Sorry Jen, this stubborn bachelor is going solo to the Oscars lest anyone think there is anything — shudder — serious going on between the two of them.
A perfect example of the kind of wife Chaz Ebert is can be found in the Esquire article, "Roger Ebert: The Essential Man." During a walk through the park one day, Roger worries that he won't be able to make it up a gravel incline: "Chaz lets go of his hand. 'You can do it,' she says, and she claps when Ebert makes it to the top on his own." That's Chaz—solid, steadfast and loyal...
James Cameron's fourth wife, Linda Hamilton, tells the UK paper The Sun that the reason their marriage ended was because he's a workaholic who was married to his movies.
It's not set to air until Sunday, but Mo'Nique's comments to Barbara Walters about the peculiarities of her marriage to Sidney Hicks are so juicy that they've been chosen as the promotional temptation for the Grand Dame's Oscar Special. According to the Best Supporting Actress contendress, infidelity is not a dealbreaker in her marriage.