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Not every star who arrives at the Oscars strolls along the red carpet out front to the applause of thousands of star-struck fans. Some like to sneak in the back.
“It’s so much nicer. No one’s screaming,” Goldie Hawn said as she arrived at a loading dock about 45 minutes before Sunday’s Oscar show and slipped through a door that led directly to the Kodak Theatre’s green room. Hawn, a best supporting actress winner in 1970, was accompanied by longtime beau Kurt Russell.
Although the show’s producers kept a tight lid on who would be handing out awards during the show, word leaked out that a number of presenters and performers were coming in through the back way in order to keep people watching at home in suspense.
And while low-key, the back door provided an entrance not entirely without glamour. Although the loading dock was filled with construction equipment, there was also a small patch of red carpet where stars posed very briefly for a handful of photographers. The entrance was framed by a pair of Oscar statues.
Among those taking that route to the theater were Tina Fey, Christopher Walken, Shirley MacLaine, Adrien Brody, Steven Spielberg and Steve Martin. Brody brought his father while Spielberg was accompanied by his daughter.
“I should find makeup,” Martin said as he walked inside.
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