Oscars 2022: Jamie Lee Curtis and John Travolta enjoy a ‘Perfect’ reunion

Jamie Lee Curtis, 63, and John Travolta, 68, enjoy a ‘Perfect’ reunion at the Oscars

They starred together in the 1985 movie Perfect, famous for its high-octane workout scenes.

And stars Jamie Lee Curtis and John Travolta enjoyed a reunion as they met up at the Oscars together on Sunday.

Curtis, 63, and Travolta, 68, posed together backstage at the event having both appeared onstage individually for separate segments of the show.

Starry night: Jamie Lee Curtis, 63, and John Travolta, 68, enjoy a 'Perfect' reunion at the Oscars

Starry night: Jamie Lee Curtis, 63, and John Travolta, 68, enjoy a ‘Perfect’ reunion at the Oscars

Travolta had taken to the stage for a Pulp Fiction reunion with his co-stars Uma Thurman and Samuel L. Jackson.

Meanwhile, Curtis appeared in the ‘In Memoriam’ segment, as she paid tribute to the late Betty White and encouraged viewers at home to adopt a rescue puppy in her honor.

Talking about the rescue puppy that she brought to the stage, Curtis wrote in her Instagram post: ‘Although I loved connecting with old friends like my PERFECT mate @johntravolta I also made new friends like Chad Atkins who is the founder and executive director of @ pawworks where the sweet, beautiful little rescue pup I brought with me to make the OSCAR tribute to Betty White came from.’

Throwback: They starred together in the 1985 movie Perfect, famous for its high-octane workout scenes

Throwback: They starred together in the 1985 movie Perfect, famous for its high-octane workout scenes

She continued: ‘Chad and his team were incredible partners and I selected mac & cheese from a big group of photographs of little rescue pups that they have on their website.’

Finishing up the message, she concluded: ‘Beyond excited that we are all connected in Betty and Linda McCartney’s names and honor and their advocacy.#rescuedog #adoptdontshop’

The movie Perfect wasn’t a hit for either star when it released, but it seems the pair still think of it fondly – with Curtis giving the title a shout out in her caption.

It was based on a series of articles written in the late ’70s about the popularity of health clubs among single people.

It ended up grossing $12.9million worldwide against a budget of $20million.

Good idea at the time: The movie was based on a series of articles written in the late '70s about the popularity of health clubs among single people

Good idea at the time: The movie was based on a series of articles written in the late ’70s about the popularity of health clubs among single people

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