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Aaron Sorkin and Paulina Porizkova flaunted their new romance on the carpet on Hollywood's biggest night of the year: the Oscars. Porizkova, 56, stunned in a gold floor-length dress and completed her look with a red lip. Sorkin, 59, opted for a classic suit with a bow tie.
The 93rd Academy Awards is taking place tonight, Sunday, April 25, in Los Angeles, at both the Dolby Theatre and Union Station.
Porizkova was previously married to Ric Ocasek, lead singer of the Cars, after the former flames met at the band’s music video for their 1984 tune, "Drive," when she was only 19. In 1989, they tied the knot when the model was 24 and Ocasek was 45. After welcoming sons Jonathan, 27, and Oliver, 22, the two announced their amicable separation in 2017.
Sorkin — who is nominated for Best Original Screenplay for the film The Trial of the Chicago 7 — was previously married to Julia Bingham — with whom he shares daughter Roxie. The two divorced in 2005.
Prior to the couple sparking up their romance, Porizkova had been linked to Men in Black screenwriter Ed Solomon. Sorkin was linked to Emmy Award winner Kristin Chenoweth.
And while the couple has kept their relationship on the down-low, Porizkova recently dished all about her sex life earlier this month.
Prior to Sorkin and Porizkova's debut, the Arizona Dream actress revealed that dating didn't come easy to her after she and Ocasek— who suddenly died in September 2019 after battling heart disease — split. However, she quickly adjusted to the change in her life and learned to enjoy the sexual aspect of meeting new people.
“What I have found is that sex gets better with age, which is something that I was kind of terrified about for a while because I kept hearing all these horror stories about how you go through menopause and then you lose your sex drive and you don't want to have sex anymore,” the mother-of-two wrote in an op-ed for Yahoo!.
The biggest revelation she made about her sex life while dating in her 50s was that she’s "not there to please the guy," instead she’s "there to be pleased."