What was first on the agenda for Sandra Bullock after her Oscar triumph? "Food," she told Us. "I just want a burger. I want to sit down, take the shoes off ... I want to eat and not sweat it and not worry the dress will bust open. I just want to relax and just eat ... And I'd like a nap, too."

Good thing Bullock and husband Jesse James hit up the star-studded Vanity Fair party, where Tom Hanks, who presented Best Picture, raved about the cheeseburgers, calling them "off-the-scale great." Why is food such a big priority? After a lengthy red carpet and a ceremony that ran more than a half an hour over, stars are starving.

Hilary Swank, who famously feasted on a late-night Astro Burger after her 2005 win for 'Million Dollar Baby,' was the talk of the Vanity Fair party, thanks to her "ravishingly revealing dress," the magazine's Web site dishes. At the same party, Best Actor winner Jeff Bridges partied long after midnight, when he and his 'Crazy Heart' co-star Maggie Gyllenhaal were spotted on the dance floor, shaking it to INXS's 'Need You Tonight,' Vanity Fair reports. What was first on the agenda for Sandra Bullock after her Oscar triumph? "Food," she told Us. "I just want a burger. I want to sit down, take the shoes off ... I want to eat and not sweat it and not worry the dress will bust open. I just want to relax and just eat ... And I'd like a nap, too."

Good thing Bullock and husband Jesse James hit up the star-studded Vanity Fair party, where Tom Hanks, who presented Best Picture, raved about the cheeseburgers, calling them "off-the-scale great." Why is food such a big priority? After a lengthy red carpet and a ceremony that ran more than a half an hour over, stars are starving.

Hilary Swank, who famously feasted on a late-night Astro Burger after her 2005 win for 'Million Dollar Baby,' was the talk of the Vanity Fair party, thanks to her "ravishingly revealing dress," the magazine's Web site dishes. At the same party, Best Actor winner Jeff Bridges partied long after midnight, when he and his 'Crazy Heart' co-star Maggie Gyllenhaal were spotted on the dance floor, shaking it to INXS's 'Need You Tonight,' Vanity Fair reports.

The night's other big winner, director Kathryn Bigelow, proudly hoisted her two Oscars from the Governors Ball to the Vanity Fair party. The magazine reports that Bigelow, the first woman ever to win Best Director, "wore a satisfied expression, and kept a careful eye on her twin statuettes." On the Vanity Fair red carpet, co-host Alec Baldwin said that 'The Hurt Locker's' win was "a surprise."

Inside, 'A Single Man' director Tom Ford "air-kissed his way around the room," Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann chatted with Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt, and "worlds collided ... when P. Diddy and Meryl Streep exchanged warm greetings as everyone in gawking distance broke out into big grins." As Diddy told the Vanity Fair cameras, "This is living the dream right here. I came from Harlem and now I'm at the Vanity Fair Oscar party."

March Vanity Fair cover girls Carey Mulligan, Abbie Cornish, Kristen Stewart and Anna Kendrick all made the scene, as did a few "real-life heroes" pilot Sully Sullenberger, astronaut Buzz Aldrin and the Tuohy family, whose story was the inspiration for 'The Blind Side.' On the VF red carpet, Robert Downey Jr.'s wife Susan said she was excited to see her friend Greg Shapiro, one of the producers of 'The Hurt Locker.'

Other couples of the evening: Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron, hand-in-hand at the Vanity Fair party; 'True Blood' sweethearts Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin; Simon Cowell and fiancée Mezhgan Hussainy, who made their first red carpet appearance together since announcing their engagement; and Liam Hemsworth, who confessed to Entertainment Tonight that he and his 'The Last Song' co-star Miley Cyrus are dating. The Australian actor told ET that she met his family "just after Christmastime."

Also hitting the Elton John bash: Victoria Beckham, Heidi Klum, Kate Bosworth, Jennifer Hudson, Kelly Osbourne and Natalie Portman.
CATEGORIES Movies, Oscars