The “Everything Everywhere All at Once” actress Michelle Yeoh, an Oscar winner, attended the Academy Awards on March 12 with her longtime partner Jean Todt. Before the screening, the two shared a snapshot and Todt sat next to her as they praised the film’s many achievements. At the ceremony, “Everything Everywhere All at Once” received 11 nominations, and it took home a remarkable seven of them, including best picture and best actress for Yeoh. The 60-year-old actress was nominated for the first time.
Yeoh shared a cute picture of herself and Todt holding her Oscar on Instagram after the ceremony. The two also went together at the Vanity Fair Oscars party.
Yeoh and Todt, both 77, began dating in 2004.At the time, Todt served as the CEO and general manager of Ferrari’s racing subsidiary, Scuderia Ferrari. Later, he rose to lead the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), which oversees a number of racing competitions, including Formula One. In 2021, he left office as president. He has also been the UN’s special representative for traffic safety since 2015.
Frenchman Todt was a codriver in a rally vehicle before he was hired as a racing executive. Nicolas Todt, a child from a previous marriage, is also a racer.
Yeoh previously wed Dickson Poon, a businessman from Hong Kong; their marriage ended in divorce in 1992. She was also engaged to cardiologist Alan Heldman before to dating Todt. Throughout the award season, Todt has supported Yeoh and has 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!