This Mother's Day, we look back at celebrities who enjoyed a night out with their moms.
Many actors have chosen to take their mothers to the Academy Awards and other big events.
Leonardo DiCaprio regularly brings his mother as his date for award shows.
Singer Janelle Monae had her mom by her side at last year's Oscars.
Janelle Monae performed a theatrical number celebrating the films nominated at last year's Oscars. She and her mom, Janet, both opted for glitzy looks on the red carpet.
Laura Dern took her famous mother, Diane Ladd.
Dern brought her mother, Diane Ladd, herself a decorated actress, having appeared in countless films and TV shows. She has also been nominated for best supporting actress — three times, in fact — for her roles in "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" in 1975, "Wild at Heart" in 1991, and "Rambling Rose" in 1992.
At the 2016 Grammys, Robin Thicke appeared with his own famous mom, actress and singer Gloria Loring.
Loring, who released her first album in 1968, played Liz Chandler on "Days of Our Lives" for six years.
Rapper DaBaby took his mom, Linda, to the 2021 Grammy Awards.
DaBaby was nominated for four awards in 2021, including for record of the year for "Rockstar," and took his mom, Linda, to the ceremony.
"I just feel like the greatest thing is to be able to share this experience with my loved ones like my mother," he told "E!"
Joaquin Phoenix celebrated his best actor win at last year's Oscars with his mother.
Phoenix, who won for "Joker," was previously nominated for three other Oscars for his roles in "The Master" (2012), "Walk the Line" (2005), and "Gladiator" (2000).
Florence Pugh also invited her mother, Deborah, to the 2020 Academy Awards.
English actress Florence Pugh was nominated for her role in Greta Gerwig's screen adaptation of the Louisa May Alcott novel, "Little Women."
Pugh brought her mother in lieu of her boyfriend, actor/director Zach Braff, who is 20 years her senior. Pugh has clapped back at critics of the relationship, responding on Instagram to trolls stating Braff's age, "and yet he got it."
Michael B. Jordan attended the 2019 Oscars with his mom, Donna Jordan, by his side.
The "Black Panther" star celebrated the big night for the Academy Award-winning film with his mother, Donna.
Actor and playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda and his mother attended the 2017 Oscars together.
Best known for creating and starring in the smash-hit Broadway musical, "Hamilton," Miranda won his first Oscar for best original song in 2017 for "How Far I'll Go" in Disney's "Moana."
Fergie and her mom attended the 2012 Grammy Awards together.
Fergie won two awards that night: best rap song and best rap/sung collaboration for "All of the Lights."
SZA was accompanied by her mom and grandmother on the 2018 Grammys red carpet.
SZA was nominated for five awards that night, and she was supported by her mother and grandmother.
"As a trio, their shimmering looks proved that style (and perhaps an inclination for some lustrous jewels) runs in the family," Vogue wrote.
Common took his mother, Dr. Mahalia Hines, to the Oscars in 2015.
Rapper and songwriter Common won the best original song Oscar with John Legend in 2015 for their song "Glory," which was featured in "Selma." Common also starred in the film.
Common's mother, Dr. Mahalia Hines, was a principal in the Chicago Public Schools for 17 years.
At last year's Oscars, Keanu Reeves also took his mother, who was briefly mistaken for his girlfriend.
Reeves brought his mother, Patricia Taylor, along with him for the big night. Though she was briefly mistaken for his girlfriend, Taylor herself is an accomplished Hollywood figure. She is a costume and production designer and has worked with the likes of Alice Cooper and Dolly Parton.
Charlize Theron and her mother matched in all-black ensembles at the 2020 Oscars.
Theron, who won a best actress award for her role in the 2003 film, "Monster," was nominated last year for her portrayal of TV presenter Megyn Kelly in "Bombshell." At her side was her mother, Gerda Jacoba Aletta Maritz.
Theron has been open about how her mother shot and killed her father in self defense in 1991, when Theron was 15.
Theron's father was an alcoholic, and came home one night with a gun, shooting at Theron and her mother. In a 2019 interview with NPR, the actress said, "I'm not ashamed to talk about it, because I do think that the more we talk about these things, the more we realize we are not alone in any of it."
Dev Patel arrived at the 2017 Oscars with his mother, Anita Patel.
The English actor was the breakout star of 2009's best picture, "Slumdog Millionaire." Pictured above, he attended the 89th Academy Awards with his mother, Anita. That year, he was nominated for best supporting actor for his role in "Lion."
Bradley Cooper brought his mom and then girlfriend, Irina Shayk, to the Oscars.
Cooper also brought his mom to the Academy Awards in 2014, when he was nominated for best actor for his performance in "American Hustle."
Margot Robbie also took her mother to the 90th Academy Awards.
Australian actress Margot Robbie brought her mother to the 2018 Oscars where she was nominated for best actress for her role in "I, Tonya," where she portrayed figure skater, Tonya Harding, who was stripped of her Olympic title after an attack on fellow skater, Nancy Kerrigan.
Robbie was also nominated last year, for best supporting actress, for her portrayal in "Bombshell."
The Jonas Brothers took their mom to the Grammys in February 2009.
Denise Miller-Jonas joined her sons at the Grammys.
Javier Bardem attended the 80th Academy Awards with his mother, Pilar Bardem, and brother, Carlos Bardem, who is also an actor.
In his acceptance speech, in Spanish, he said, "Mama, this is for you. This is for your grandparents and your parents, Rafael and Matilde. This is for the comedians of Spain who like you have brought dignity and pride to our profession. This is for Spain and this is for all of you."
Taraji P. Henson invited her mother and grandmother as her guests the year she was nominated for an Oscar.
Taraji P. Henson was nominated for an Oscar for best supporting actress in 2009 for her role in "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button."
Matthew McConaughey took his wife, Camila Alves, and mother, Mary Kathlene McCabe, the year he won best actor.
Matthew McConaughey was accompanied by the two most important women in his life the night he won the best actor Oscar for his role in "Dallas Buyers Club."
In his acceptance speech he said, "To my mother, who's here tonight, who taught me and my two older brothers ... demanded that we respect ourselves. And what we in turn learned was that we were then better able to respect others. Thank you for that, Mama."
Jared Leto, who won best supporting actor for the same film as McConaughey, brought his mother and brother to the awards.
Jared Leto attended the 2014 ceremony with his mother, Constance Leto. He also brought his brother, Shannon Leto, who is the drummer for the band Thirty Seconds to Mars, for which Jared Leto sings.
Leto won the Oscar for his role as a transgender woman and AIDS patient in "Dallas Buyers Club."
Miley Cyrus was joined by her mom, Tish, at the 2010 ceremony.
Cyrus attended the 2010 Oscars with her mom, Leticia Cyrus, often called Tish.
Tish is Miley's manager and produced her films, "The Last Song" (2010), "LOL" (2012), and "So Undercover" (2012).
Timothee Chalamet brought his mom the year he was nominated for best actor.
At just 22 years old, Chalamet was nominated for best actor for his role in "Call Me By Your Name." He brought his mom, Nicole Flender, a real estate agent and former professional dancer, to the Academy Awards.
In a 2018 interview with Jimmy Kimmel, the actor said, "We would all literally not be here without our mothers."
Michael Fassbender had his mother on his arm at the 2014 Oscars.
Fassbender's mother, Adele, is Irish. He was raised in the town of Killarney, in south west Ireland.
Leonardo DiCaprio's mom is a regular plus-one at Hollywood's biggest award shows.
DiCaprio brought his mom with him to the 2016 Oscars, where he won best actor for his role in "The Revenant."
In an interview with ABC News, he said he brought his mother because she took him to auditions every day while he was growing up and she "listened to a young child's dreams."
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