Keira Knightley Cries for Jake Gyllenhaal

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bill-swift - March 7, 2006

They say that only two things are sure in life: Death and Taxes. Well, you can probably add celebrity hook-up rumours to that list as well. Sources for Page Six have spotted Keira Knightley and Jake Gyllenhaal together on a number of nights, and naturally, there's only one conclusion anyone can reach.

Oscar season always brings out young love. Jake Gyllenhaal, single since his split with Kirsten Dunst last year, was "getting cozy" with fellow Oscar nominee Keira Knightley in L.A. in the days leading up to the ceremony. "They were at Soho House two nights in a row together and definitely looked like a couple," snitched our spy.

But all is not rosy for Keira. It seems the limelight has been taking it's toll on the slight British beauty. Sky News reports that Keira ended up in tears while out at the Ivy in LA, and needed much comforting from none other than new pal, Sienna Miller.

According to IMDb, Sienna had to have her hanky at the ready, as poor Keira was a little tearful because of all the media attention.

The Pride & Prejudice star - in Tinseltown for the Oscar ceremony - reportedly became so overwhelmed by photographers and fans, that after leaving The Ivy restaurant, she hid out in the Marmont with Miss Miller.

Granted, anyone who knows anything about the Hollywood and the Paparazzi would tell you that going to the Ivy comes with a large order of cameras in your face, so Keira's crying may come off as a bit "told you so," but just take a look at how many Paparazzi there are around her in these pictures, and tell me that you could handle it. More after the jump.

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