Oscar winner and "Everything Everywhere All at Once" star Michelle Yeoh celebrated at the Academy Awards on 12 March with her longtime boyfriend, Jean Todt, by her side. The pair posed for photos together before the event, and Todt sat beside her as they applauded the movie's many successes. "Everything Everywhere All at Once" was nominated for 11 awards at the show, and it won a whopping seven, including best picture and best actress for Yeoh. It was the first time the 60-year-old actress was nominated. After the ceremony, Yeoh posted a sweet photo of herself and Todt posing with her Oscar on Instagram. The duo also attended the Vanity Fair Oscars party together.
Yeoh and Todt, 77, started dating back in 2004. At the time, Todt was the general manager and CEO of Scuderia Ferrari, Ferrari's racing division. He later became the head of Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile, aka FIA, the governing body that rules over many racing events, including Formula One. He ended his term as president in 2021. Since 2015, he's also served as the UN's special envoy for road safety. Before he became a racing executive, Todt, who's French, was a Rally car codriver. His son from his previous marriage, Nicolas Todt, is also involved with racing.
Yeoh was previously married to Hong Kong businessman Dickson Poon; they split in 1992. Additionally, before dating Todt, she was engaged to Alan Heldman, a cardiologist. Todt has been by Yeoh's side during award season and also attended February's BAFTA Awards as her date. He's been vocal about supporting her on social media; when the Oscar noms were announced back in January, Todt tweeted, "So proud of Michelle, just nominated by the Academy Award in the category of best actress for an Oscar !" Yeoh is often spotted at UN and racing events with her partner as well.
See the photos of Yeoh and Todt's date night at the Oscars ahead, including how they celebrated her win!