Gypsy, Hollywood's latest
Oscar winner is resting comfortably in a
secluded location after last night's
whirlwind of parties following her stunning
victory at the 2001 Academy Awards. Gypsy
was named Best Actress for her gutsy
portrayal in Erin Chihuahuavich.
Overcome with emotion,
but always a lady, Gypsy accepted her
statuette with grace and dignity. . .
Gypsy on the
red carpet at the Oscars!
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always arriving in good taste and style,
said she was wearing a design this year by
Donatella Verdoggie, her favorite.
Gypsy breezed through her
interview on the runway with Joan Rivers
where she coyly sent her regards to "Spike".
As she entered the grand
auditorium all eyes were on the small town
girl who really wowed them at the box office
this year in her portrayal of the brash, but
gutsy Erin Chihuahuavich.
It was a night to
remember as Gypsy and her closest Hollywood
friends made the rounds afterward at all the
best Oscar balls, Galas and parties. She was
seen dancing with this year's winner for
Best Actor Jack Russell Crowe. "We're
just friends", she demurely replied when
asked about the rumors that they were an
Earlier Gypsy was an
award presenter for Best Foreign Language
Film which went to Crouching Tiger,
starring Chow Chow Yun Fat.
reports Gypsy was spotted also at
Ridley Scottie Terrier's table
at one gala along with such luminaries as
Great Dane Judy Dench and
Francis McDoberman. Best supporting Actor winner Benji Del
Toro was seen hugging the actress
affectionately and whispering something
secret in her lovely ear. Could it be the
start of a new romance?
The night seemed magical
as star after star congratulated Gypsy on
her performance. Juliette Bichon Frise΄
put it best when she said, "We
all love and respect Gypsy for her past
performances, but this year she showed us
all what scope and character she truly has!"
She glided across the
dance floor in the arms of
Steven Soderbark while strains of
music played from her favorite musical
score, "Lady and The Tramp". She was a
vision of beauty and gracefulness for all
the canine world to see!
When asked if she was
working on any new projects, the actress
responded, "yes, I am very excited to be
involved in a remake of the classic
Joan of Barc. It will be directed by
the great Steven Spanielburg.
My leading man will be Joaquin Pugnix.
Gypsy has certainly
reached the pinnacle of success this year
and we wish her all the best in what is sure
to be a long, diverse and legendary career!
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