They were being really playful and jokey with one another. "They then went back to Russell's room with some friends where they were partying until broad daylight.
"They were singing really loudly together around the piano, belting out some show tunes, and they looked pretty cosy when everyone left them to it." Russell is currently in the midst of £15 million divorce from his wife Danielle Spencer.
; born 4 February 1975) is an Australian singer-songwriter, model and actress.
In the early 1990s, she played Beth Brennan in the Australian soap opera Neighbours.
The former 'Neighbours' stars have reportedly enjoyed a string of dates and were spotted in each other's company at over the Oscars weekend at the Beverly Hills Hotel, according to The Mirror.
Hot on the heels of Marc Anthony and Chloe Green going public with their romance (we've only just picked our jaws up off the floor about that one) Natalie Imbruglia has been linked to fellow Aussie Russell Crowe.
The couple split in October last year after nine years of marriage.
A few weeks ago I wrote about the importance of not making someone the sole source of your happiness, your reason for being or your purpose, and explained that on a number of occasions I had believed I wouldn’t love again, that I wouldn’t recover and that I couldn’t be happy without them, only to discover that this was completely exaggerated and untrue.
Since 1997, Imbruglia has sold 10 million records worldwide, and received several accolades, including eight ARIA Awards, one Billboard Music Award, and three Grammy nominations.
In addition to her singing career, Imbruglia has appeared in several films, including 2003 film Johnny English and an Australian indie film, Closed for Winter (2009).
Not pictured partying with cabinet ministers and celebrities was Adam Werritty, Fox's close friend, confidant, self-styled adviser and, potentially, cause of his downfall.
The Odd Couple's friendship began in the late 1990s, when Fox was an opposition spokesman for Scotland and Werritty was studying public policy at Edinburgh University.