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          The 2011 Academy Awards, held Sunday, were a battle of Old and New Hollywood, with some bad words thrown in for spice.
          Natalie Portman takes Best Actress Oscar for Fox Searchlight's 'Black Swan'  The actress feels very dreamlike. She don't really know where she am, Portman suppose. But, she told reporters, she won't be naming her baby Oscar.
          "I think that's probably definitely out of the question, yeah," she said while laughing.
Portman -- who declined to answer questions about John Galliano's suspension from Dior, for which she is a spokeswoman -- said she didn't "really remember anything that happened" once her name was called. But her baby was being a "little dancer."
           She said she has "no idea" if motherhood will change the types of roles she takes on. "It's one of the most exciting things about being pregnant -- I am accepting the complete unknown… a complete mystery and miracle," she said.
Being pregnant during awards season has been "a protection," she added, "against all the hoopla, the part that just keeps me centered [on] what actually is important in the midst of a lot of shiny stuff that is real superficial."
           Portman -- who said she does not know the sex of her child -- says she's most looking forward to the end of award season so she can "[stay] in bed, and not [have] to do my hair and makeup and [keep] my sweats on… relaxing for my child to be healthy and happy…I think what every parent could only wish for."