Published: Tue, February 11, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Renée Zellweger and ex Bradley Cooper reunite at the Oscars

Renée Zellweger and ex Bradley Cooper reunite at the Oscars

Renee Zellweger's best actress Oscar on Sunday for her portrayal of Judy Garland on a late-in-life comeback tour in "Judy" marks a stunning renaissance for her own wide-ranging career.

"It's a journey back to self and self-realisation and recognising that actually you are enough - a sentiment that in the end is shared by this group of misfits that have found each other and themselves", she said.

She reflected: "At that time, I think I was so busy that I wasn't actually in the moment". The best among us inspire the best in ourselves. 'I love acting with her.

The film traces the journey of Garland and her career during the a year ago of her life when she relocated her stage career to Britain.

"Tom Cruise, for your example of professionalism on set and striving for excellence and generosity and unconditional kindness", she said of the actor. Perhaps his next project should be a second part of that great movie for which Judy Garland should have won her Oscar: Reneé Zellweger stars in "A star has been (re) born".

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Her Jerry Maguire costar, Jonathan Lipnicki congratulated the star, 50, on Twitter after the actress won the award. "You know when they unite us when we look to our heroes we agree and that matters". "And when we celebrate our heroes, we're reminded of who we are as one people united".

"Thank you to the Academy for this honour, just to be in this room with such remarkable artists, including my fellow nominee, my sisters and colleagues", Laura began.

Zellweger won supporting-actress honors in 2004 for "Cold Mountain".

Zellweger ended her speech by shouting out her film's "celebration of [Garland's] legacy, representative of unique exceptionalism and inclusivity, which transcends any artistic achievement".

She said she took advantage of Garland's psyche by asking herself: who do you trust?

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