Julianne Moore watched the Oscars from this legendary gay bar and it sure made a statement
There's no doubt that the Oscars are one of the biggest events in the entertainment industry, and every year millions of people tune in to watch the stars receive the accolades they so richly deserve.
In fact, even Hollywood actors who have won or been nominated for one of these trophies still watch from the sidelines like the rest of us, and cheer on all the performers who are up for one.
Watch this moment from the 2020 Oscars with Keanu Reeves and Diane Keaton below:
Last night, Magnolia actress Julianne Moore, who won an Oscar herself in 2015 for Best Actress in the movie Still Alice, shared a picture of herself on social media watching the Oscars in the best possible way.
Taking to her official Instagram account, Moore shared a picture of herself done up in a heavy overcoat and a hat, alongside her 17-year-old daughter Liv Freundlich outside a gay bar called Julius', in New York City's West Village.
Moore captioned the post: "NYC red carpet with my date @livfreundlich,” she captioned the post. “happy #oscar’s everybody. I have a lot of friends nominated tonight for their exquisite work this year - sending them all love - I’m watching and cheering you on!! #julius #nyc @theacademy @freundlich96. [sic]"
A number of Moore's followers on Instagram were very impressed with her pic, and took to the comments to let her know:
She later took to her Instagram stories to post a shout-out to her friend and fellow actress Laura Dern, who won a long-overdue Oscar for Best Supporting Actress award for her role in the movie Marriage Story.
Uploading a black and white picture of Dern, Moore wrote: "Congratulations to the beautiful and exquisitely talented @lauradern on her Oscar!! And Happy Birthday [sic]"