Chrissy Teigen and John Legend turned Vanity Fair’s Oscar screening and dinner into a game night for the stars.
During the Academy Awards, spies said that Teigen, 37, and Legend, 44, attended VF’s annual Beverly Hills dinner and awards viewing — and that the fun couple even “brought a deck of Uno cards” to the bash because “they wanted their table to be ‘most poppin,’” a spy told Page Six.
The couple recently welcomed a new baby in January, and were apparently on an Oscars date night.
But even with the added fun for the ceremony’s lags, perhaps the biggest head-turning pair at the dinner were former House Speaker Nancy and husband Paul Pelosi, a source added, telling us, “They turned a lot of heads when they walked in.”
We’d previously reported the couple also had patrons gawking during a recent lunch at Balthazar in NYC — as Paul has made an admirable recovery from a harrowing attack last fall.
Also at the VF screening and dinner, presided over by editor Radhika Jones, we hear that Leslie Mann “did a little twirl for designer Fernando Garcia in her Oscar De La Renta dress,” a spy said. Garcia is the fashion house’s co-creative director.
Also at the exclusive dinner for 120 were guests including Naomi Watts, Michael Keaton, Jon Hamm, J.J. Abrams, Tom Ford, Judd Apatow, Savannah Guthrie, Trevor Noah, Jennifer Coolidge and more.
The party was held at a custom space built at Beverly Hills’ Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts before the Vanity Fair Oscar party kicked off at the same venue.
This year the menu was created by LA wunderchef Evan Funke of hot eatery Mother Wolf with Paula LeDuc Fine Catering.
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