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Sleeping With Oscar 
Three days after the big awards night, most first-time winners are faced with a burning question: “Where shall I keep my Oscar?” Here’s Joan Crawford sitting in bed with her gold man, earned for Best Actress in Mildred Pierce (1946). Life Magazine found more vintage moments in their classic Hollywood portfolio. 
 (Photo: Martha Holmes—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Image. Text by Jauretsi)

Sleeping With Oscar 

Three days after the big awards night, most first-time winners are faced with a burning question: “Where shall I keep my Oscar?” Here’s Joan Crawford sitting in bed with her gold man, earned for Best Actress in Mildred Pierce (1946). Life Magazine found more vintage moments in their classic Hollywood portfolio. 

 (Photo: Martha Holmes—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Image. Text by Jauretsi)

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The Epic Faces of Jennifer Lawrence
Here’s a few choice cuts of the many Jennifer Lawrence faces displayed during the Oscars on Sunday night — our favorite, of course, from the Seth MacFarlane ditty called "We Saw Your Boobs" (7 minutes into the telecast).   
(Photo: Courtesy of Buzzfeed. Text by Jauretsi)

The Epic Faces of Jennifer Lawrence

Here’s a few choice cuts of the many Jennifer Lawrence faces displayed during the Oscars on Sunday night — our favorite, of course, from the Seth MacFarlane ditty called "We Saw Your Boobs" (7 minutes into the telecast).   

(Photo: Courtesy of Buzzfeed. Text by Jauretsi)

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Shirley Bassey Was a Babe
Sunday night, Shirley Bassey showed us she’s “still got it” at 76 years old while belting out “Goldfinger” at the 2013 Oscars ceremony. Here’s dame Shirley in 1960, being fitted by designer Douglas Darnell for a gown covered in 156,000 diamante stones, featured in the chic blog, Vintage Black Glamour. 
(Photo: Peter Hall/Keystone Features/Getty Images. Text by Jauretsi)

Shirley Bassey Was a Babe

Sunday night, Shirley Bassey showed us she’s “still got it” at 76 years old while belting out “Goldfinger” at the 2013 Oscars ceremony. Here’s dame Shirley in 1960, being fitted by designer Douglas Darnell for a gown covered in 156,000 diamante stones, featured in the chic blog, Vintage Black Glamour

(Photo: Peter Hall/Keystone Features/Getty Images. Text by Jauretsi)