Leonardo DiCaprio, Gisele Bundchen Have Orlando-Miranda Awkward Moment at Madonna's Oscar Party

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By Kristin Dian Mariano | March 8, 2014 10:02 AM EST

Former couple Leonardo DiCaprio and Gisele Bundchen bumped into each other at Madonna's Oscars party.

According to reports, Leo was accompanied by her current flame Toni Garrn but the model "sat back" to let the actor talk with her ex-girlfriend. Leo and Gisele were an item for five years famous for their on and off relationship until 2005. Gisele is now married to actor Tom Brady and has two children.

The party was held at Madonna's manager Guy Oseary's Californian home where the host, Madonna, made sure she was the centre of attention as she danced the night off.

Meanwhile, celebrity gossip web site Perez Hilton reported that a Russian theater named the Chamber Theater in Chelyabinsk has decided that since the actor did not win an Oscar. Thus, they plan to send him their Russian version of Oscar.

Moreover, the group made Leonardo DiCaprio an honorary member of their troupe, offered to let him see any show he wants for free, and even invited to let him perform in any of their productions.

It seemed that the Oscars was a strange night for Leonardo as he was unable to bag the Best Actor award although predictions claimed that he will most likely win for his outstanding performance in "The Wolf of the Wall Street".

Moreover, Oscars' night may be the night of the exes. Leo's good friend Orlando Bloom also bumped with his estranged wife Miranda Kerr that night at the recently concluded Vanity Fair Oscars party.

Orlando Bloom interrupted Miranda's interview and commented that she look amazing then asked whether she was doing well. Miranda responded with "yes" followed by a cute smile. The pair gave each other an awkward kiss on the cheek before moving along in the party. Miranda and Orlando were reportedly finalizing their divorce.

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