As for hair, it was a game-time decision between a pulled-back high pony and an effortlessly chic bun. Minutes before go time, the Kids suck Mama Fratelli vintage shirt Apart from…,I will love this breathtaking bun with face-framing fallout pieces made the final cut. When the dust settles on the Oscar-amped weekend, Qualley is taking off for a trip with her sister and will eagerly trade in her party getup for pajamas for a few days. The Netflix docuseries Cheer has had an extraordinarily good February already, with Navarro College cheerleaders Lexi Brumback and Gabi Butler making their New York Fashion Week debut, sitting front row at Brandon Maxwell. (Sadly, Coach Monica was nowhere to be found, probably because she’s back in Corsicana, Texas, ruling her squad with an iron fist.) Fashion Week wasn’t the only glamorous event where Cheer stars shone, though; fan favorite Jerry Harris worked as a correspondent for The Ellen DeGeneres Show at the Oscars on Sunday night, and celebrities were arguably more excited to see him than he was to see them. My daughter was giving me some mat talk as I was arriving in the car, and we love you, and we love your big, beautiful heart,” Laura Dern told Harris, referencing the cheerleader’s gift for shouting loud, supportive pick-me-ups at his teammates as they execute difficult stunts. Harris and Billie Eilish bonded over jewelry, with Harris letting the 18-year-old pop star try on his championship ring. Arguably the night’s most wholesome interaction came when Little Women director Greta Gerwig spotted Harris and spiraled into what can only be described as a state of pure joy. “I watch your show while I’m pumping every night!” Gerwig excitedly told Harris, which was met with an understandable amount of confusion (there aren’t a lot of Gen-Z men who are familiar with breastfeeding shorthand). “I feel like I manifested you,” Gerwig continued. Her film may have won a coveted Oscar for costume design, but it’s hard to compete with the thrill of coming face-to-face with one of Navarro’s finest. Throughout this awards season, the biggest question on our minds has not been “What will Bong Joon-ho drink to celebrate his best director and best picture wins?” or “What kind of condiments did Julia Butters use on the turkey sandwich she brought to the Oscars?”, but a more elemental query: Who, in God’s name, has been penning Brad Pitt’s surprisingly solid jokes?
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Pitt’s been killing on the Kids suck Mama Fratelli vintage shirt Apart from…,I will love this awards-season circuit with one-liners referencing everything from his single status to Megxit, but despite his considerable charm, it seemed unlikely that the star had suddenly discovered unknown comedic powers and produced all these kickers on his own. Speculation had abounded about which of Pitt’s famous friends might be aiding his new reputation as a jokester: Was it Leonardo DiCaprio? Quentin Tarantino? Alia Shawkat, whose irrepressible millennial sensibility Pitt might have picked up when they hung out at Kanye West’s opera? Ultimately, the answer turned out to be none of the above. Pitt told Variety that, actually, he wrote most of those speeches himself, with the help of some “very, very funny friends.” One very surprising name emerged as being partially responsible for building Pitt’s overnight reputation as a bona fide Borscht Belt comic: Fight Club director David Fincher. “My man Fincher, we trade barbs every week,” Pitt said. It is rather endearing to imagine the two of them sitting backstage at the Laugh Factory, club sodas in hand, going back and forth about whether the audience will go for a joke about Tinder. Pitt was also assisted in his joke-writing by comedian friends Jim Jefferies and Bob Oschack. Sigourney Weaver is no stranger to navigating the Oscars. Having first attended in 1981, the 70-year-old actor has been a fixture at the awards ceremony ever since, being nominated for Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress on three different occasions. Sunday night, the star was back again as a presenter; before the event, however, she documented her getting-ready process for Vogue, and discussed why the grand red carpet event is still as exciting as ever. Despite being an awards season veteran at this point, Weaver told Vogue that she still looks forward to the Oscars every year, whether she’s attending or not. “It’s wonderful to have people make you over—Cinderella goes to the industry prom,” Weaver said. “I never had a prom because I went to an all-girls school, so I’ll let this take the place of it. There’s no dancing and there’s not much making out, but it’s a great night.” This year, Weaver’s Oscars prep was smartly incorporated into her busy schedule. “I know I’m supposed to say I’ve spent 100,000 hours in the gym,” Weaver said. “I was dancing in the show, Call Your Agent. This episode has a big dance number, so I was getting a lot of exercise. I was really too busy to even have a meal, so I guess I also prepared for the carpet by not eating!”