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Gerard Butler - Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Gerard Butler - Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Gerard Butler flashes a smile at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party held at Sunset Tower on Sunday (February 26) in West Hollywood, Calif.

The 42-year-old actor was spotted out the night before at the Weinstein Company and Chopard pre-Oscar party! Before the party, Gerard enjoyed a solo lunch at Coogies restaurant.

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Gerard recently successfully completed a rehab treatment program for issues with prescription drug abuse. His rep issued a statement that he “returned home in good health.”

FYI: Gerry is wearing $10,000 of gold and diamond cufflinks by David Webb.

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486 Responses to “Gerard Butler - Vanity Fair Oscar Party”

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  1. 476
    march madness Says:

    @Big Mouth: I sure hope someone wouldn’t broadcast a “paid” date.

  2. 477
    Dallas Says:

    “Oh Dallas, the same old excuse. I’m 23 years old.”
    Sure ya are.
    To a woman without any agenda, when a man is hot he is hot – never mind his age.
    When I was 18, there was a hotter than hot guy in my area in his 30s (32). Do you think I thought it’s inappropriate? Hell no! I wanted him. All my other friends had older men as BF as well. Women like older man, especially if they are accomplished, well off, and good looking.
    It’s the older women that feel threatened by it because they feel that younger women are stealing their potentials. It’s been younger woman/older man for all most of human history.
    As it turns out, we started dating and he was great – wining and dining me – but I wasn’t ready to have a sex with him just yet. A few months later he transferred to Austin for his work and we lost touch. 2 years later I transferred to the University of Texas at Austin to complete my degree. One day we ran into each other. Since that day we have been inseparable. We got married 10 months later and are very much in love till this day. I was 21 and he was 35. He is 14 years older than me, does that make him a pedophile? Please spare me!

  3. 478
    Can'tGetEnough Says:

    @Info: We’re definitely going to have to wait and see. Doubt we’ll ever really know the truth about his stay at Betty Ford, even if he comments about it in interviews. If you think about some of the behaviors of other celebs (Mel Gibson, Lindsay Lohan), regardless of what GB was actually treated for, it all could be a lot worse. I’m not defending his addiction whatever it may be and if it’s interfering with his life and career, he definitely needs to continue to get treatment and get well. At least he hasn’t been arrested for DUI’s and drunken rants, drug possession, etc. (Not recently anyway, maybe in his younger days) He hasn’t been found overdosed in a hotel room either. I wouldn’t want to see anyone head down that road of destruction, GB included. We’ve seen too many celebs die. Heath Ledger, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston—all of them with enough money and resources to get the help they needed and they never did.

  4. 479
    mimi Says:

    Dallas, I see your point and I don’t think it’s wrong with age difference. I think your story about you and your husband is beautiful but it is a totally different thing with Gerry. He *deliberately* goes after women who are young enough to be his daughters, with the only intention to have sex with them and nothing else. Not to build a lasting relationship, like you and the man in your life, and even like my mother and father who have an age difference of 16 years between them. He’s not after love, he’s not interested in the person that they are, he’s just after one thing, again and again.
    I have read some of the accounts of these young women and it’s actually quite sad how he leaves them broken hearted with his promises of calling them and keeping in touch, things he naturally never had any intention of doing. An older woman, say over 25, would understand but the younger ones often just get hurt. I especially remember the story of one young woman, 19 years old, who posted her story at the gbnet forum back in 2006. It got deleted really fast but I, and many others, still got the time to read it. He slept with her, said she could come and visit him in LA, and many other promises. When they met by chance some time later he pretended he didn’t even recognize her.

  5. 480
    internetmasterbrian Says:

    @Get Right: welcome back Eve, you pilsner swilling sweet as/s you! Happy to fight with one so worthy.

  6. 481
    natalie Says:

    OMG I cannot believe how much I have missed in the world of Gerard Butler . . . and a new thread too!! I guess I had better start catching up on all this news.

  7. 482
    Dallas Says:

    I agree with you that if a guy is just going after women to trap them into having s/ex with him, then he is a lo/wlife. Yes, based on what you wrote, Gerry could be called as cre/ep. However, a lot of it is hearsay, and that’s hard to accept as truth without proof. People say a lot of things to gain attention. Yes, I know there are stories by young girls who say Gerry used them, but where is their responsibility? Why are these young girls sleeping with men without getting to know them better first? I refused to sleep with my husband when I first met him. I knew how to say no when I felt it wasn’t right for me at the time. How come these women don’t? I think they get star struck and want to have the thrill of sleeping with a famous man. After they do it, they expect things. I very much doubt most men and that includes Gerry, promise women all kinds of “forever after” promises. Women just expect it when sex is involved because men and women have different emotional needs and communicate differently. These women report he made promises to them, could also be saying what they thought he should have done once the movie shoot ended. He probably called their phone number while he was in town to get together and they expected to hear from him after he left as well. I agree that for him it was only sex and for the girls……well, they wanted more. But where is their responsibility to themselves? Every time you sleep with a guy without commitments, you run the risk you won’t see him again. Therefore, if you have no-strings attached sex, you should not expect more than whatever you get, and it’s why women place more emphasis on a commitment than men do.

  8. 483
    ! Says:

    Maybe the gf was the Brazilian girl he was said to be dating at the time.

  9. 484
    Get Right Says:

    @internetmasterbrian: “welcome back Eve, you pilsner swilling sweet as/s you! Happy to fight with one so worthy.”
    Who the hell is Eve? Like Adam and Eve? Is that what you do when you can’t respond to people laughing at you? Call them names of troublemaking women in the Bible? Strange, but ok. I’d prefer Lilith, though. True, it’s not entirely clear that she’s mentioned in the Bible, but I like the idea of being created next to Adam instead of from him.
    OH! No no no – I change my mind. I want to be Bathsheba!

  10. 485
    Reviews Says:

    “Reviews thanks for the Vanity Fair photos – he looks quite handsome.”
    Glad to oblige.
    Yes i agree with you. I don’t think he had botox shots on his face. I don’t think he is that into his looks, judging by how sloppy he could look at times.

  11. 486
    Reviews Says:

    Dr Drew talking about GB
    I don’t think it’s realistic to be away from his business contacts for 6-12 months, as Drew suggests.
    This man is a celebrity and that’s what he does for a living. telling him to stay away from social events is good in theory only. It’s not realistic.

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