The 36 year old actress stopped by to chat with Ryan Seacrest on her way into the theater. Besides her midnight blue gown, Amy was wearing $1.35 million of Cartier emerald and diamond jewelry.
Ryan Seacrest said that Amy whispered in his ear that for the very first time she's nervous. The actress who is nominated for a Best Supporting Oscar for her role in The Fighter told Seacrest “I’m really nervous. I think I’m more present than I've ever been before so I’m really able to take it in. And I'm really understanding what a big deal it is.”
When asked where she pulled the feistiness from for the role in The Fighter she laughed and said "it's not that hard for me to pull the feistiness." And the right hook? Laughing she said "that I had to practice. I practiced that a little bit, but it's in there. I've got some boxing in me."
In some of the kissing scenes Amy confessed that Mark Wahlberg was directed to make the kissing really sloppy. Amy said "they wanted him to appear hungry and passionate and lusty.
Amy's hair looked amazing. Her red hued strands were worn cascading down her back in long lush waves off a side part. Her hair was sleekly tucked behind her ears which showcased her amazing Cartier jewels. Her hair was soft, sensual and totally gorgeous. The red hue worked in harmony with her deep blue gown.
After referencing her Cartier jewels she repeated the fact that "I'm really nervous." She sweetly asked Seacrest if she could say hello "to my daughter?" She called out to her daughter, waved and said peek-a-boo and I love you."
Whether Amy wins the Oscar or not, her message to her daughter is worth a future nomination, it was beyond sweet and loving.
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