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Goldie Hawn Sneaks In Back Door At 2009 Oscar Awards

One of this years ploys to get more viewers was to keep the various award presenters top secret.

Therefore, Goldie Hawn who was one of the five previous Oscar winners for Best Supporting Actress was reported to have literally snuck in the back stage door to keep viewers at home in the dark about her presence.

(Image of Goldie Hawn - 81st Annual Academy Awards Press Room - 02-22-09 - - All Rights Reserved).

For many at-home viewers it was a shock to see Goldie waltz onto the stage looking absolutely spectacular to help present the 2009 Oscar for Supporting Actress.   Her daughter Kate Hudson should hope she inherited Goldie's age beautifully genes.

Reportedly Goldie said "it's so much nicer. No one's screaming," in reference to what she experienced when she came in through the back door. After all those years of walking down the Red Carpet it must have been quite a shock to have the quiet in back.

The still beautiful and bubbly blonde was accompanied by her longtime partner Kurt Russell who also snuck in the back with her.  It makes sense.  If Kurt walked the Red Carpet without Goldie it certainly would have caused a major buzz.

Although the back  was hidden away from the throngs of fans and media, the area was still staged to be glamorous containing a small red carpet and a pair of Oscar statues for photographs.

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