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Heidi Klum exudes glamour in flowing yellow gown at Vanity Fair Oscars party  

Heidi Klum exudes glamour in flowing yellow gown at Vanity Fair Oscars party   2

Heidi Klum looked incredible as she attended the Vanity Fair Oscars afterparty at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills on Sunday.

The model, 48, exuded glamour as she arrived to the star-studded event in a bright yellow gown with a flowing train. 

The German beauty was joined at the event by her husband Tom Kaultiz, 32, with the pair putting on a loved-up display on the navy carpet.

Stunning: Heidi Klum looked incredible in a bright yellow gown at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills on Sunday

Stunning: Heidi Klum looked incredible in a bright yellow gown at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills on Sunday

Heidi’s garment featuring a sweetheart neckline and a cut out detail at the midriff along with a pleated hemline.   

The star was all smiles as she posed on the navy carpet where she added height to her frame with a pair of clear heels.  

The 94th annual Academy Awards ceremony saw Jessica Chastain win her first Best Actress trophy and CODA make history as the first ever streaming film to earn Best Picture.

But Will Smith has no doubt become the most talked about moment of The Oscars California after being held at Union Station last year,  after his Best actor victory was marred following a physical altercation with Chris Rock.

Couple: The German beauty was joined at the event by her husband Tom Kaultiz, with the pair putting on a loved-up display on the red carpet

Couple: The German beauty was joined at the event by her husband Tom Kaultiz, with the pair putting on a loved-up display on the red carpet

Fashion: Heidi's garment featuring a sweetheart neckline and a cut out detail

Wow: Heidi ensured all eyes were on her as she posed

Fashion: Heidi’s garment featuring a sweetheart neckline and a cut out detail

The Oscars, which returned to its regular venue of the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California after being held at Union Station last year, was hosted by a trio of stars in Regina Hall, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes.

After going without a host over the last three years, the three women made history as it was the first time there was an all-female host line-up.

He beat out Javier Bardem – Being the Ricardos, Benedict Cumberbatch – The Power of the Dog, Andrew Garfield – tick, tick… BOOM!, and Denzel Washington – The Tragedy of Macbeth.

Will Smith snapped up the award for his portrayal of Richard Williams, the determined father who raised tennis champions Venus and Serena Williams, in King Richard.

But the win was overshadowed as the actor, 53, earlier stormed on to the Oscars stage and slapped presenter Chris Rock for making a joke about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith’s haircut.

Looking good: The star was all smiles as she posed on the navy carpet

Looking good: The star was all smiles as she posed on the navy carpet

Glamour: Heidi's garment featured a pleated hemline

Glamour: Heidi’s garment featured a pleated hemline 

Radiant: The America's Got Talent judge showed off her flowing train at the event

Radiant: The America’s Got Talent judge showed off her flowing train at the event 

Stand-up comedian Chris upset Will when he compared his wife’s hair to that of G. I. Jane’s, who has a shaved head. Pinkett Smith suffers from hair loss condition alopecia.

After Will strode out on stage and slapped Chris with an open right hand, the comedian staggered and exclaimed ‘wow, Will Smith just smacked the s**t out of me.’

Will, visibly emotional, walked back to his seat in the audience and shouted: ‘Keep my wife’s name out of your f***ing mouth.’

The exchange was muted on a delayed telecast in much of the US, but was aired in full to some international audiences.

Will was still allowed to make his acceptance speech and, with tears streaming down his face, he appeared to defend hitting Chris because he said he wanted to protect his family.

Beauty: Heidi let her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders

Beauty: Heidi let her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders 

Flawless: The model added height to her frame with a pair of clear heels

Relationship: Heidi first began dating Tom back in 2017

Flawless: The model added height to her frame with a pair of clear heels 

Nuptials: The couple got married in a private ceremony in Italy in August 2019

Nuptials: The couple got married in a private ceremony in Italy in August 2019

Senstional: Heidi completed her look with a pair of bejewelled earrings

Senstional: Heidi completed her look with a pair of bejewelled earrings

Ceremony: The Oscars, which returned to its regular venue of the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California after being held at Union Station last year, was hosted by a trio of stars in Regina Hall, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes

Ceremony: The Oscars, which returned to its regular venue of the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California after being held at Union Station last year, was hosted by a trio of stars in Regina Hall, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes

‘Love makes you do crazy things’, the rapper admitted as he accepted his Best Actor Oscar statuette.

He added that being a Hollywood star means you should be able to ‘have people disrespecting you and that ‘you just gotta smile and pretend it’s ok,’ he said.

But he added that he admired Richard Williams who ‘was a fierce defender of his family.’

‘I’m being called on in my life to love people and to protect people and to be a river to my people,’ he explained.

Heated: Will Smith's Best Actor win was overshadowed by him storming on to the Oscars stage and slapping presenter Chris Rock for making a joke about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith's haircut

Heated: Will Smith’s Best Actor win was overshadowed by him storming on to the Oscars stage and slapping presenter Chris Rock for making a joke about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith’s haircut

Will went on to issue a tearful partial apology for his emotional outburst, but did not apologize to Chris.

‘I want to apologize to the Academy, I want to apologize to all my fellow nominees. This is a beautiful moment,’ he said.

‘Art imitates life. I look like the crazy father.’

Late on Sunday, the LAPD issued a statement saying that Chris had not filed a police report against Will, but that if he chooses to do so, police will investigate. 

OSCARS 2022: WINNERS

 BEST PICTURE 

Belfast (Focus Features)

Coda (Apple) – WINNER

Don’t Look Up (Netflix)

Drive My Car (Janus Films/Sideshow)

Dune (Warner Bros)

King Richard (Warner Bros)

Licorice Pizza (MGM/United Artists Releasing)

Nightmare Alley (Searchlight Pictures)

The Power Of The Dog (Netflix)

West Side Story  (20th Century Studios)

History: Coda became the first ever streaming film to win Best Picture as it upset The Power Of The Dog

History: Coda became the first ever streaming film to win Best Picture as it upset The Power Of The Dog

 

ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE 

Jessie Buckley – The Lost Daughter 

Ariana DeBose – West Side Story – WINNER

Judi Dench – Belfast 

Kirsten Dunst- The Power Of The Dog

Aunjanue Ellis – King Richard 

  

ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE 

Ciaran Hinds – Belfast 

Troy Kotsur – Coda – WINNER

Jesse Plemons – The Power Of The Dog

J.K Simmons – Being The Ricardos 

Kodi Smitt-McPhee – The Power Of The Dog

Amazing: Troy Kotsur became the first male actor to win an Oscar for Coda

Amazing: Troy Kotsur became the first male actor to win an Oscar for Coda

 

COSTUME DESIGN 

Cruella (Jenny Beavan) – WINNER

Cyrano (Massimo Cantini Parrini)

Dune (Jacqueline West)

Nightmare Alley (Luis Sequeira)

West Side Story (Paul Tazewell) 

 

 

ACHIEVEMENT IN SOUND 

Belfast 

Dune – WINNER

No Time To Die 

The Power Of The Dog 

West Side Story 

 

ORIGINAL SCORE

Don’t Look Up (Nicholas Britell)

Dune (Hans Zimmer) – WINNER

Encanto (Germaine Franco)

Parallel Mothers (Alberto Iglesias)

The Power of the Dog (Jonny Greenwood)

 

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

 CODA (Sian Heder) – WINNER

Drive My Car (Ryusuke Hamaguchi & Takamasa Oe)

Dune (Eric Roth, Jon Spaihts & Denis Villeneuve)

The Lost Daughter (Maggie Gyllenhaal)

The Power of the Dog (Jane Campion)

Shining moment: Sian Heder earned Best Adapted screenplay for the film as it went three for three on the night

Shining moment: Sian Heder earned Best Adapted screenplay for the film as it went three for three on the night

 

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

 Belfast (Kenneth Branagh) – WINNER

Don’t Look Up (Adam McKay & David Sirota)

Licorice Pizza (Paul Thomas Anderson)

King Richard (Zach Baylin)

The Worst Person in the World (Joachim Trier & Eskil Vogt)

 

 

ANIMATED SHORT FILM

Affairs Of The Heart 

Bestia 

Box Ballet 

Robin Robin 

The Windshield Wiper – WINNER

 

BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT FILM 

Ala Kachuu — Take and Run

The Dress

The Long Goodbye – WINNER

On My Mind

Please Hold

INTERNATIONAL FEATURE FILM 

Drive My Car – WINNER

Flee

The Hand of God

Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom

The Worst Person in the World

 

PRODUCTION DESIGN

 Dune (Zsuzsanna Sipos & Patrice Vermette) – WINNER

Nightmare Alley (Tamara Deverell & Shane Vieau)

The Power of the Dog (Grant Major & Amber Richards)

The Tragedy of Macbeth (Stefan Dechant & Nancy Haigh)

West Side Story (Rena DeAngelo & Adam Stockhausen)

 ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE 

Javier Bardem – Being the Ricardos

Benedict Cumberbatch – The Power of the Dog

Andrew Garfield – tick, tick… BOOM!

Will Smith – King Richard – WINNER

Denzel Washington – The Tragedy of Macbeth

 

ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE

Jessica Chastain – The Eyes of Tammy Faye – WINNER

Olivia Colman – The Lost Daughter

Penélope Cruz – Parallel Mothers

Nicole Kidman – Being the Ricardos

Kristen Stewart – Spencer

All eyes on her: Jessica Chastain finally won her first Best Actress trophy for her titular role in The Eyes Of Tammy Faye

All eyes on her: Jessica Chastain finally won her first Best Actress trophy for her titular role in The Eyes Of Tammy Faye

 

DIRECTING 

Kenneth Branagh – Belfast

Paul Thomas Anderson – Licorice Pizza

Jane Campion – The Power of the Dog – WINNER

Ryûsuke Hamaguchi – Drive My Car

Steven Spielberg – West Side Story  

 

FILM EDITING 

Don’t Look Up (Hank Corwin)

Dune (Joe Walker) – WINNER

King Richard (Pamela Martin)

The Power of the Dog (Peter Sciberras)

Tick, Tick… Boom! (Myron Kerstein & Andrew Weisblum)

 

 

MAKEUP AND HAIR STYLING

Coming 2 America 

Cruella 

Dune 

The Eyes Of Tammy Faye – WINNER

House Of Gucci

 

ANIMATED FEATURE FILM 

Encanto – WINNER

Flee 

Luca 

The Mitchells VS The Machine 

Raya And The Lost Dragon 

 

ORIGINAL SONG

Be Alive — Beyoncé Knowles-Carter & Darius Scott (King Richard)

Dos Oruguitas — Lin-Manuel Miranda (Encanto)

Down to Joy — Van Morrison (Belfast)

No Time to Die — Billie Eilish & Finneas O’Connell (No Time to Die) – WINNER

Somehow You Do— Diane Warren (Four Good Days)

Not a bad guy: Billie Eilish and brother FINNEAS earned Best Original Song for No Time To Die from the James Bond film of the same name

Not a bad guy: Billie Eilish and brother FINNEAS earned Best Original Song for No Time To Die from the James Bond film of the same name 

  

DOCUMENTARY SHORT SUBJECT

Audible

Lead Me Home

The Queen of Basketball – WINNER

Three Songs for Benazir

When We Were Bullies

DOCUMENTARY FEATURE

Ascension

Attica

Flee

Summer of Soul (Or, When The Revolution Could Not Be Televised) – WINNER

Writing with Fire

 

VISUAL EFFECTS 

Dune – WINNER

Free Guy 

No Time To Die 

 Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings

Spider-Man: No Way Home 

Epic: Dune swept the technical awards as Greig Fraser is shown accepting the Best Cinematography gong

Epic: Dune swept the technical awards as Greig Fraser is shown accepting the Best Cinematography gong

 

CINEMATOGRAPHY 

 Dune (Greig Fraser) – WINNER

Nightmare Alley (Dan Lausten)

The Power of the Dog (Ari Wegner)

The Tragedy of Macbeth (Bruno Delbonnel)

West Side Story (Janusz Kaminski)

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