If you were invited to the Oscars, who would you bring as your date? Some attendees at the 2022 Oscars brought their romantic partners. Others chose to come with another set of their nearest and dearest: relatives.
The red carpet for the 2022 Academy Awards was full of moments of family love. Bradley Cooper brought his mom, Gloria Campano — and this isn't the first time she's joined at an A-list event. Campano attended the 2019 Oscars and Screen Actors Guild Awards by her son's side.
Below, find all of the celebs who attended the 2022 Oscars with family members — and stay updated with other Oscar moments here.
Chloe Bailey and Halle Bailey
Halle Bailey was among the evening's presenters. Her sister, Chloe Bailey, supported her on the red carpet. Perhaps one day, their musical act — Chloe x Halle — will perform at the show.
Cooper has spoken about his close relationship with his mom, Gloria Campano. In an interview with TODAY’s Willie Geist, Cooper said his mom believes in his career. “My mom’s funny because she always thinks everything’s gonna be a huge hit,” he said.
Campano's instincts are good. This year, Cooper is in two Oscar-nominated films: “Licorice Pizza” and “Nightmare Alley,” both up for best picture.
Alana Haim made her acting debut in “Licorice Pizza,” and garnered rave reviews while she was at it. Before her acting turn, Haim was best known as being one-third of the band Haim, along with sisters Este and Danielle. Her sisters joined her on the red carpet, and also appeared in "Licorice Pizza."
The "Belfast" nominee brought her grandson, Sam Williams, to the red carpet. The two collaborated on TikTok videos while quarantining together. For Dench, the project was a bright spot during a tough period.
“Well, it saved my life,” Dench told Channel 4 News. She joked that Williams was a "strict" director. “I know nothing about TikTok. Sam is the person who is technically minded and who has all the ideas, so he got very strict.”
Billie Eilish attended the Academy Awards with her brother and musical collaborator, Finneas O'Connell, who goes by Finneas. The two will be performing their Oscar-nominated song "No Time to Die" at the ceremony.