What’s Inside An Oscar Nominee's Goodie Bag? We Find Out

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What’s Inside An Oscar Nominee's Goodie Bag? We Find Out
The 89th Annual Academy Awards took place on Monday, and for a lucky few, they went home with the much-coveted Oscar statuette (sorry, Deadpool).

But don’t feel too bad for those who did not win one though; they certainly did not go home empty-handed.

The 25 nominees as well as the host, Jimmy Kimmel, were the recipients of the "Everyone Wins" nominee gift bag – a to-die-for box full of goodies ranging from a Hawaiian getaway to a 14-karat diamond bracelet which is worth a cool US$160,000 (RM710,000).

So, what do these celebrities get in their swag bags? Here are some of the things you can expect to find in the goodie bags, broken down by the good people at Business Insider:

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Private three-day mansion stay at the Lost Coast Ranch in California
According to Lash Fary - the founder of Distinctive Assets, the independent company who supplies the goodie bags to the nominees – the celebs will be able to party with ten of their friends at the exclusive 18-bedroom ranch.    

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A three-night stay at the Grand Hotel Tremezzo in Lake Como, Italy
What’s more impressive than having a gorgeous suite all to yourself is the view of the Grigne and Bellagio Mountains right from your balcony. Damn, we’re jealous!

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A three-night stay at the Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria in Sorrento, Italy
Speaking of Italy, Oscar nominees will also get a complimentary stay at the gorgeous five-star Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria, which boasts magnificent views of Mount Vesuvius and the Gulf of Naples.

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A week-long stay at Southern California’s Golden Door Spa
Being a celebrity is not easy (especially an Oscar nominee), so Distinctive Assets was kind enough to throw in a week-long spa getaway at arguably one of the most exclusive spa resorts in the world.

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A six-day stay at Koloa Landing Resort in Hawaii
To top it all off, the celebs also get to spend nearly a week at the gorgeous Koloa Landing Resort in Hawaii, where they can chill by the poolside and watch the sunset. Ahh, such is the life of a Hollywood star.

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A 14-karat gold and diamond encrusted OM bracelet
The celebs will also find in their goodie bags a 14-karat gold bracelet from Yoga Jewelz, encrusted with brilliant white diamonds. A bracelet from Yoga Jewelz starts at USD595 (RM2,650). 

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An Oomi smart home starter kit
When you’re an Oscar nominee, your home is taken care of too. This year’s nominees will bring home (literally) an Oomi starter kit which will turn their million-dollar mansions into a JARVIS-like smart home. The kit - which consists of a cube, touch pad, two bulbs (?) and a smart plug – retails for USD599 (RM2,660).

A Haze Dual V3 Vaporiser
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Speaking of homes and gadgets, the celebs will also get a state-of-the-art portable vaporiser which can be used indoors or outdoors. Now, they can vape in style.

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A personally curated wardrobe from Belldini
If you’re a nominee this year, then your wardrobe is settled. Every nominee will receive a selection of clothing from Belldini – personally curated by in-house fashion stylists.

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Dual-layer pillow from Casper
Celebrities need their beauty sleep, which is why they are each given a USD75 (RM333) dual-layer pillow from Casper (no, not the friendly ghost). Apparently, the pillow is supposed to stay cool and supportive throughout the night.

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Drunken fig cake bites from Chocolatines
Mind you, these are not just your usual cake bites; these are cake bites from Chocolatines’ brand new line of luxury brownies.

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Personal training sessions with celebrity trainer Alexis Seletzky
All play and no work out makes Emma Stone a dull actress, which is why every Oscar nominee will get ten personal training sessions with famed trainer Alexis Seletzky. Each session usually costs about USD100 (RM440) to $155 (RM688) per hour.

A year’s supply of Opal apples

Yes, every nominee will get a box of Opal apples – which apparently do not turn brown after you slice them – from October to July to keep the doctors away.

A CPR Anytime kit
Apparently, with the CPR Anytime kit, this year’s nominees will be able to learn adult hands-only CPR in less than 20 minutes. Perfect for when Ryan Gosling’s performance in La La Land takes your breath away.


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