“You can go from a Grammy winner to a water boy when you walk into the Kodak Theatre on Oscar night,” Mayer said during an interview on Ryan Seacrest’s KIIS-FM radio show Wednesday morning. “That’s just, like, a whole different level.”
Hey, kids from Slumdog Millionaire: you traveled all the way from India to Los Angeles and celebrated on stage at the Oscars as your film won Best Picture … what are you going to do next? Go to Disneyland, of course!
Michelle Williams and boyfriend Spike Jonze, eating breakfast at Barney Greengrass at Barneys New York in Beverly Hills. Sitting in the corner, the two tried to go incognito, but an onlooker took notice. “They were super cute,” the source says, “really adorable and enjoying each other.” After eating, the couple dropped into the men’s department for a little shopping.
The Pussycat Dolls are releasing their take on the Oscar-winning song from Slumdog Millionaire. Super-producer Ron Fair (who’s worked with Fergie and Christina Aguilera) produced the lead vocals by Dolls frontwoman Nicole Scherzinger, whose voice blends with that of composer A.R. Rahman.
The Academy’s Governors Ball, that is, immediately following the Sunday night ceremony in the Kodak Theatre. The evening was so rich that the Rachel Getting Married Best Actress nominee, 26, told PEOPLE she had a hard time singling out a favorite moment.
While Slumdog Millionaire piled up the Oscars Sunday night, Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Aniston defied expectations and piled on the smiles – as their dual appearance at Hollywood’s night of nights was as smooth as the silk gowns that filled the Kodak Theatre.
Jolie, of course, attended with her partner and fellow nominee, Brad Pitt, while his ex-wife, Aniston, was accompanied by her boyfriend, John Mayer.