Oscars 2021: Brad Pitt shows off blond ponytail as he presents Academy Award to Youn Yuh-jung

Brad Pitt was looking dapper as ever while rocking a blonde ponytail as a presenter at the 93rd Oscars in Los Angeles.

The 57-year-old actor won the Best Supporting Actor award at the 92nd Oscars for his portrayal of Cliff Booth in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

This year, he took to the Oscar stage at Union Station in Los Angeles to present the Best Supporting Actress award.

Brad presents: Brad Pitt was looking dapper as ever while rocking a blonde ponytail as a presenter at the 93rd Oscars in Los Angeles

Winner: The 57-year-old actor won the Best Supporting Actor award at the 92nd Oscars for his portrayal of Cliff Booth in Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Winner: The 57-year-old actor won the Best Supporting Actor award at the 92nd Oscars for his portrayal of Cliff Booth in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Pitt rocked a classic black tuxedo with a black suit coat, white dress shirt, black bow tie, black pants and black shoes.

His long blonde hair was pulled back into a small pony tail as he took  to the stage to present the Best Supporting Actor award.

Before presenting the award, though, he revealed where he first got his love of movies, like many of the other presenters have throughout the night. 

Brad's look: Pitt rocked a classic black tuxedo with a black suit coat, white dress shirt, black bow tie, black pants and black shoes

Brad’s look: Pitt rocked a classic black tuxedo with a black suit coat, white dress shirt, black bow tie, black pants and black shoes

Brad's look: His long blonde hair was pulled back into a small pony tail as he took to the stage to present the Best Supporting Actor award

Brad’s look: His long blonde hair was pulled back into a small pony tail as he took to the stage to present the Best Supporting Actor award

Winner and presenter: Before presenting the award, though, he revealed where he first got his love of movies, like many of the other presenters have throughout the night

Winner and presenter: Before presenting the award, though, he revealed where he first got his love of movies, like many of the other presenters have throughout the night

‘My love of movies began at the local drive-in, watching Clint Eastwood and Godzilla,’ Pitt said with a smile.

He also revealed that the nominees fell in love with movies at a young age, including Yuh-jung Youn, who, ‘fell in love with the movies through the work of actresses like Maggie Smith and directors Robert Altman and Mike Leigh.’

He added that Amanda Seyfriend fell in love with the ‘Leo version’ of Romeo and Juliet, with the actor adding, ‘Me too.’

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