Brad Pitt wore a name tag to the Oscars luncheon

Lawrence Kim
January 29, 2020

On Monday afternoon, several Academy Award nominees stepped out to attend the 2020 Oscars Nominees Luncheon at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.

Brad Pitt apparently wanted to be sure that anyone who approached him knew who they were talking to, as he was photographed wearing a name tag while in conversation with "Harriet" star Cynthia Erivo.

Brad's up for an Oscar in the "Actor in a Supporting Role" category for his stellar role in Once upon a time... in Hollywood.

Pitt, 56, won a best picture Oscar in 2012 for producing "12 Years a Slave", but he has never won an acting Oscar.

During his most recent acceptance speech at the SAG Awards, the actor made headlines for joking about using the dating app Tinder.

"No, I'm not on it", he clarified at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, where he was awarded the Maltin Modern Master Award.

I mean, we all have those days where we feel as useless as Brad Pitt's name tag, but, even in your darkest hour, remember that Brad himself chose to wear that name tag, despite all odds. "I just thought it was amusing to say", Pitt added.

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