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Matilda Will Help Choose Michelle Williams' Oscar Dress

By Chris Rogers |

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Michelle Williams will allow her daughter Matilda to help her get Oscar-ready!

Michelle Williams may have been nominated for an Academy Award before, but this time, the celebrity mom will let her daughter Matilda help choose her Oscar-look. The My Week With Marilyn star’s friend Busy Philipps, who often accompanies the actress to said events, tells E! that their daughters will be helping them get ready for their big night out.

“Both of our daughters will be around, that’s always a little chaotic,” says the Cougar Town star, who is mom to Birdie. “The little girls like to see their moms get dressed up and then they don’t want us to leave.”

Let’s hope Williams and Philipps don’t end up in a fiasco of a dress like Sarah Michelle Gellar did after allowing her daughter Charlotte to choose her Golden Globes dress!

While Williams and Philipps will be walking the red carpet, Birdie and Matilda, 6, will be having a party of their own at home!

“Matilda’s got all her family with her and my daughter will be with them and my husband,” Busy says. “So I think they’re going to be together. We’ll have them have a little playdate. So cute.”

Michelle recently said that she doesn’t allow her daughter to watch the award shows as she likes to separate her private life from all the glitz and glamour that her career brings forth.

What do you think? Should Matilda be allowed to watch?

[Photo via PR Photos.]


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