Jamie Lee Curtis during this year’s Academy Awards was the presenter of the “In Memoriam” segment, which remembers recently deceased business stars. The same actress honored Betty White, who passed away at the end of last year. To honor a TV legend best known for her commitment to animal protection, Curtis brought a dog with her from a shelter. A puppy named Mac N Cheese has already found a new home – he was adopted by John Travolta’s 11-year-old son.
The organizers of this year’s Academy Award-winning ceremony decided to dedicate part of the “In Memoriam” segment to American television legend Betty White, who died on December 31, just before her 100th birthday. The presenter of this section was played by Jamie Lee Curtis, who has always maintained that she is a fan of Wyatt’s talent and charismatic personality. In honor of the actress best known for her commitment to protecting animals, the “Halloween” star created a creation by designer Stella McCartney for the occasion. As she explained in an interview, the British designer was an obvious choice for him, as she was known for her ethical approach to fashion and materials other than animal skins.
This is not the only gesture Curtis made that night. The actress appeared on the stage in the company of a cute puppy from a shelter. It turns out that a dog named Mac N Cheese already has a new home — as John Travolta told on Instagram, he was greeted by his 11-year-old son with the pet. After honoring Betty White at the Oscars yesterday, Ben decided to adopt this dog. Thank you Jamie Lee Curtis stars as the star of Pulp Fiction in the caption for a witch photo where he poses with his son and their four-legged friend. (life PAP)
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The entry of the actor was met with an immediate reaction from the perpetrator of all the commotion. Curtis posted an extensive Instagram post confirming how much she enjoys finding a new home for her pet. “The magical ending to this story. During the Oscars, I had the opportunity to meet my good friend John Travolta, whom I played years ago in “Being Perfect.” After honoring Betty White, I left the Dolby Theater and was on my way home, someone sent me What a picture of John and his son holding our baby Mac’n Cheese in their arms. I thought it was so cute. And today I found out they decided to adopt it. I think this is the greatest tribute to Betty White,” Curtis wrote deeply. (life PAP)
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