Leslie Mann dazzled in a sequined navy gown and Lorraine Schwartz jewels as she arrived at the Oscars this afternoon. She had a special reason to smile, though — hear her talk about getting a kiss from George Clooney and what her post-Oscar indulgence is going to be.View Transcript »
How much do you think all your jewelery is worth tonight? Oh, my God. I don't know. It's pretty though, isn't it? It's gorgeous. I think a lot. Yeah. What's the hardest part? It 's Lorraine Schwartz, by the way. I'm walking. Everybody keeps stepping on my train and so I'm like. And I'm afraid that they're gonna step on it and then my dress is just gonna fall down, which would be gross. I have powder and I have lip gloss and a Q-tip. I don't know why that's in there. Yes. It's a special throw-over. Yes. Now what kind of your routine day at the Oscars? I know it can be very stressful. So give us a day in the life of an Oscar morning. I got up and watched cartoons with my daughter and took a shower and then got in the car and drove over here. And it took like two and a half hours. Because I wanted to have a little time to relax before we came over here. It was nice. It was easy. We didn't really. You know, nothing exciting. Yeah. And what's the first thing you're gonna eat after the Oscars are over? Well, I'm gonna eat a burger from the In and Out truck at the Vanity Fair party. Nice. I am really looking forward to that. Melissa McCarthy and Annie Mumolo and Kristen Wiig. Well, George Clooney just kissed me on the cheek and I have to say, he's incredibly charming. And I think it would be him.