Cutest Couples at the 2023 Oscars: From Jamie Lee Curtis and Christopher Guest to Troy Kotsur and Deanne Bray

The Academy Awards were a date night for some of Hollywood's hottest couples.

The 2023 Oscars was a date night for some of Hollywood's hottest couples! The stars used the occasion to have a glamorous night out together Sunday as they posed for pics on the champagne-colored carpet before entering the Dolby Theatre for the 95th Academy Awards.

Everything Everywhere All at Once star Jamie Lee Curtis stepped onto the carpet hand-in-hand with her husband, Christopher Guest. Curtis dazzled in a sparkling long-sleeved gown that matched the tone of this year's much lighter carpet, with Guest rocking a black tuxedo. While the Best Supporting Actress nominee has shown up solo for most of awards season, she took the special moment to have her hubby by her side.

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Oscar winner and presenter at Sunday night's show, Troy Kotsur, hit the carpet with his wife, Deanne Bray. Bray wore an emerald green satin number, with Kotsur in all-black, sporting his signature cap to match. The couple was sweet as could be, with Bray planting a kiss on her husband's cheek and both Kotsur and his wife signing "I love you," while on the carpet.

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Inventing Anna actress Katie Lowes and her husband, Adam Shapiro, looked absolutely glam on the carpet, with Shapiro wearing a classic black tuxedo and Lowes in an off-the-shoulder navy blue gown. While the couple was all smiles for the camera, they took some time to be a bit playful too while plugging their pretzel business. The couple took a bite out of the giant snack, which is one of the many yummy bites inside at Sunday's show.

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For more of the night's cutest couples, check out the gallery below:

The 2023 Academy Awards hosted by Jimmy Kimmel airs live on Sunday, March 12 starting at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on ABC. In the meantime, keep checking back into for complete Oscars coverage including all the night's big winners.