2018 Oscars Red Carpet: Who Are The Most Memorable Couples?

Date March 6, 2018

Apart from choosing the best movies, the Oscars show is the place where the Hollywood actors are showing themselves in a divine perspective. Particular attention was paid this time to the couples, their relationships, and actually every their move during the most awaited night of the Hollywood year.


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Jimmy Kimmel is here again. With his successful hosting of the previous show, people were glad to see him one more time. Jimmy states that his entire family helped him prepare for the night, and he was unbelievably happy to be chosen as a part of such event again. With so many prominent people, some actors didn’t make it to the list.


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Despite receiving the Golden Globe nominations, Tom Hanks and Jessica Chastain weren’t mentioned in any of the nominations during the Academy Award ceremony. Still have no idea about the winners? Make it to the end, and we will tell you who were the ones to steal the show.

Most amazing couples

Jordan Peele and Chelsea Peretti

Married in 2016, the couple has already welcomed a child on July 1, 2018. Jordan is nominated for three awards – Best Director, Best Film, and Best Original Screenplay for his Get Out.


Salma Hayek and Francois-Henri Pinault

The internet has already begun criticizing Salma’s dress. Even though the purple outfit didn’t find a lot of support online, Hayek was one of the key figures to provide allegations of sexual misconduct against Harvey Weinstein.


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Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach

34-year-old Greta was only the fifth female director in the history to be nominated for the Best Director. Her Lady Bird has also earned her another nominee, for the Best Original Screenplay.


Meryl Streep and Don Gummer

39 amazing years together have led to one of the cutest moments on the Oscars 2018. While Meryl was posing to paparazzi, Don took a phone to make a photo of his beloved and let her enjoy a bit of glory by herself.

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Sam Rockwell and Leslie Bibb

The audience was touched by Sam’s outfit. His cufflinks featured the name of his fiancée, and they did help him to receive the award for the Best Supporting Actor for his role in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri!


Willem Dafoe and Giada Colagrande

Married since 2005, the couple seems to live a perfect life. Willem was nominated to the Best Supporting Actor but lost it to Sam Rockwell.


Laura Louie and Woody Harrelson

Together since 1987 and married in 2008, the couple leads the eco-friendly way of life in Maui. Woody received the Best Supporting Role nomination but wasn’t disappointed when his close friend Sam Rockwell got the award.


Camila Alves and Matthew McConaughey

Matthew’s wife amazed the red carpet with the unbelievable white dress. The couple got married in 2012 and had welcomed three beautiful kids since then.


Kobe Bryant and Vanessa Laine Bryant

The former basketball star has received his Oscar in the animated short category for his retiring poem “Dear Basketball” - a great example that you do not need to be an actor since childhood.


Best of the year

Perhaps you still want to know the MVP of the Oscars night: The film that was clearly expected to get the main award of the celebration, the movie that half of the planet will watch after the Oscars. The winner of the 2018 most awaited night is… You must have already guessed it – The Shape of Water. The best actor is Gary Oldman for his role in Darkest Hour, while the best actress is Frances McDormand for the leading role in the already mentioned Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri! The Oscars this year was intriguing as always. We are glad to witness the history being written on our eyes, and looking forward to the next year; to the next chapter of the story.


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