Cate Blanchett Threesome Confession: Aussie Actress Confessed on Ellen DeGeneres Show That She Slept with Two Men After Winning The Oscar [SLIDESHOW]
By Sounak Mukhopadhyay | March 4, 2014 6:53 PM EST
Cate Blanchett revealed her naughty secret on national television when she confessed to Ellen DeGeneres that her husband was not the only man she slept with after winning the Oscar. Calling it "the closest" that Cate and her husband ever came to a "threesome", she said that the Oscar statue was the "man" she and her husband shared their bed with that night.
As always, it was Ellen herself to invoke her crazy sense of humour and inform the live audience that Cate had slept with another man after her win. It was an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the audience as they were allowed to hold Cate's Oscar trophy in hand and experience how it felt to hold an Oscar. Ellen reminded them that they were touching not only an Oscar but something that Cate had slept with the previous night. Cate agreed.
Earlier Cate acted tired as she entered the show. Ellen pretended to help her walk to the couch. Dressed in black, the two-time Oscar winner held the golden statue with pride. The crowd cheered and Cate pranced in joy.
Cate then asked for a blanket and she got one. When you are tired, you get colder, Ellen quipped. They started discussing about the previous night being extremely hectic as Cate relaxed under the blanket.
All of a sudden in the middle of a conversation, Cate asked if anyone would like to hold the Oscar. The crowd exploded in loud cheer as everyone raised their hand.
To everyone's surprise, Ellen took the Oscar and handed it to one in the audience. The Oscar changed hands and Ellen warned not to drop it as they were holding something that Cate had slept with.
Cate became the first actor from Australia to win more than one Oscar. Earlier, she won the Best Supporting Actress Award for "The Aviator."
She was nominated six times for the Oscars. The movies she was nominated for include "Elizabeth," "Elizabeth: The Golden Age," "Notes on a Scandal," and "I'm Not There."
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