Where Would Academy Award Nominees Ruth Negga, Lucas Hedges and Naomie Harris Put Their Oscar Statues If They Win?

See how Hollywood stars would store their trophies

By Kendall Fisher Feb 07, 2017 9:20 PMTags
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When celebrities win Academy Awards, there are many things to think about: who to thank in their speech, how they'll celebrate afterward and, most importantly, where they'll store their Oscar trophy!

Well, E! News' Zuri Hall chatted with a couple of the this year's nominees and got the scoop on plans for their trophies should they win at the 2017 Oscars later this month.

For example, Naomie Harris—who is nominated in the Best Supporting Actress category for Moonlight—said she'd probably make sure it was displayed front and center in her home.

Oscars 2017: Nominees' Luncheon
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After debating about whether she'd put it in her office or her front room, the actress decided, "In the hallway so it's the first thing everyone sees when they come in!"

Lucas Hedges—nominated for Best Supporting Actor in Manchester By the Sea—said he'd store it with his other awards.

"I grew up playing squash. I have all these squash trophies in my room…I was like third in the country," he explained. "Granted I was like 13 and a hundred people play squash…But it would go right alongside my squash trophies."

Ruth Negga, on the other hand, decided she'd rather give it to someone more responsible than her...her mother!

The actress is nominated for Best Actress for her role in Loving and revealed, "Oh gosh. I'd give it to my mom because she keeps all my stuff...I'd have to because I travel so much so I just leave things. My Oscar would [probably disappear]. Someone responsible has to be in charge!"

 We can't wait to see what happens when the 2017 Oscars air from Hollywood's Dolby Theatre on February 26!

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