The Day After the Oscars®
INSIDE EDITION has the scoop on what the stars are up to the day after the Oscars®
What a difference a day makes! INSIDE EDITION found Best Actress winner Sandra Bullock and husband Jesse James hitting a burger joint that he owns in Long Beach.
And the world is learning why the usually gregarious George Clooney scowled his way through the Oscars®. It turns out he was in on the jokes as co-host Alec Baldwin roasted him during the big show. "It was something George and Alec agreed upon," a source close to Clooney says.
Everyone is still talking about the acceptance speech gone wrong, when the director of the Best Documentary Short was cut off by his own producer.
Director Roger Ross Williams appeared on Larry King Live, and was finally able to give his speech.
Larry King asked, "Were you shocked that she shoved you out of the way?"
"It was shocking," said Williams.
"He's a nice guy. It was a weird situation. I don't know why she did that, but I'm happy we were able to do it," King told INSIDE EDITION.
Ryan O'Neal told INSIDE EDITION he's still angry that his longtime love Farrah Fawcett was left out of the tribute to those in the film industry who died in 2009.
"Farrah has a pretty good career. I don't know why she didn't get a mention," said O'Neal.
And the first woman to win as Best Director is also dating a much younger man. Kathryn Bigelow's boyfriend is the screenwriter of her movie, The Hurt Locker, and he won an Oscar® himself. 37-year-old Mark Boal is 21 years younger than Bigelow.
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