Oscars And Where Their Winners Keep Them
From their toilet to a national museum, Hollywood's finest have revealed where they keep their gold statuettes.
With this year's ceremony fast approaching, British actresses Emma Thompson and Dame Helen Mirren may have some tips for Sunday's winners.
Thompson keeps her two trophies, for Howards End and Sense And Sensibility, in her downstairs bathroom, alongside all of her other most "precious possessions".
Dame Helen keeps her statuette, which she won for her lead role in The Queen in 2007, in her London home where she says Academy Awards are "rare".
Hotly tipped to win another trophy for her role in Blue Jasmine, Cate Blanchett's first Oscar, for The Aviator in 2004, lives at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image in Melbourne.
Watch the video to find out where other stars' awards are kept.
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