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The stars who went with their families to the glamorous evening

The stars who went with their families to the glamorous evening

The looks on the Oscars red carpet are special for the public, the celebrities and their people. They are often asked to pose for photographers, journalists and thousands of fans.

Therefore, some celebrities decided on this unique Oscar night to be accompanied not by a partner, but by a member of their family…

Ryan Gosling brought his sister, mother, and stepfather with him to the red carpet, Bradley Cooper was by his mother's side – and this was not the first time – and Steven Spielberg, his granddaughter…

So let's see who made it to the big family movie night…

Ryan Gosling

His appearance was one of the highlights of the show, and Ryan Gosling made sure it didn't go to waste, bringing his family to support him at this year's Oscars.

The Canadian star walked the red carpet with his sister Mandy, a producer and journalist in Toronto.

Ryan Gosling steals the show with his Oscars performance of a song

He also took with him his mother, Donna, and his stepfather, Valerio Attanasio.

Bradley Cooper

Bradley Cooper's film “The Maestro” was nominated for seven awards, but unfortunately did not receive a single statuette.

Bradley Cooper played the role of famous conductor, composer and musician Leonard Bernstein while this was the actor's second directorial effort after 'A Star is Born' with Lady Gaga.

Fortunately, his mother, Gloria Campano, was there to lift her son's spirits, marking the second time she has accompanied the actor to the big night, as she did in 2020 at the Oscars.

Martin Scorsese

He lost out to British director Christopher Nolan in the best director category, but had veteran director Martin Scorsese won at the age of 81, he would have been the oldest winner in the category to date.

On Oscar night, he brought with him his 25-year-old daughter Francesca, an actress, director and TikTok creator.

He's a fan of her work and has appeared several times in her viral TikTok videos, like last October when she asked him about modern slang.

Steven Spielberg

Steven Spielberg is the most famous Hollywood director of all time, and he was accompanied on the red carpet by his granddaughter Eve Gaffigan.

She is the daughter of Grey's Anatomy star Jessica Capshaw.

Billie Eilish and Finneas O'Connell

Not only did brothers Billie Eilish and Finneas O'Connell attend the night together, but they also took home an award.

Featuring Barbie's hit song “What Are You Made For?” As the first live song of the night, the track was the only box office hit of the night.

Billie Eilish, Finneas - What were you made for?  (Live from the 2024 Oscars)

Accepting her award, her second Oscar at the age of 22, Eilish said she was “so grateful for this song and this movie,” while also thanking her parents, adding: “I love you guys so much.”

Information from Sky News

Image source: Reuters