Javier Bardem gave his best actor statue a kiss at the Goya Cinema awards in Madrid yesterday. He picked up the honor for his work in Biutiful and dedicated the win to his wife, Penelope Cruz, and newborn son, Leo. He said from the stage, "I receive [the award] as a warm hug and support from my colleagues, which is the most important for an actor. I dedicate it to my wife and son for awakening my heart and smile everyday." Javier had Penelope by his side at last year's show, though the new mom stayed home with Leo this time around. The couple did recently enjoy a date night in LA, though, during a break from entertaining visiting members of her family. Penelope's brother, Eduardo, has also been able to enjoy a new love while out on the West Coast with Eva Longoria. He didn't join her on the red carpet at last night's Grammys, but perhaps we'll get a Cruz sighting of the Eduardo or Penelope variety at the Oscars.
Javier Bardem Gives Love to His Best Actor Statue, Wife, and Baby Leo