Amy Adams and Cate Blanchett Visit Tattoo Parlor After the Oscars: Pictures
Tattoos, apparently, are the new brunch! Best Actress winner Cate Blanchett and nominee Amy Adams spent the day after the Oscars, Monday, Mar. 3, with their significant others, Andrew Upton and Darren Le Gallo, respectively, at the Shamrock Social Club tattoo parlor in Hollywood. See more photos of Cate and Amy at the parlor.
Both Blanchett and Adams swapped their designer gowns from the previous evening for more casual wear: Adams, 39, wore a sheer white shirt and blue jeans, Blanchett, 44, sported a black Roland Mouret jumpsuit and fitted blazer. The ladies opted for comfy flats as they stood in front of the parlor, laughing with Upton and Le Gallo. The Blue Jasmine star left the Shamrock with a bandage on her wrist, while Le Gallo was photographed with a white bandage concealing something on his arm.
It was revealed that Blanchett and another Oscar winner, Jared Leto, already had standing relationships with the Shamrock. After their wins at the 86th Academy Awards, the Shamrock tweeted congratulations to their "friends."
Inside the parlor, Blanchett was photographed directing someone, and at one point, giving Adams a big embrace. At the Oscars the night before, Blanchett gave the American Hustle Best Actress contender a shout-out along with the other women vying for the Oscar. "Amy Adams, everything you do, but your performance in American Hustle blew my mind," Blanchett said onstage.
After her monumental win, Blanchett met with reporters backstage to discuss her plans now that the jam-packed awards season had ended. "Well, I called the children," Blanchett told Us. "My youngest has stopped vomiting, so that's good. I say I called, but that's a bit predictable."
The blonde Aussie added, " I'm hopefully going dancing. But remember, it's easy to dance in your pajamas." Blanchett and her husband, instead, celebrated with a cute kiss at the Governors Ball later that evening. "My morning began with being pummeled like Kobe beef. And it's just got better and better," she joked.