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Check out the scene on the red carpet of Hollywood's biggest night.

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Actress and musician Miley Cyrus wore a bustier-style strapless gold number by Jenny Packham. Check out what all the stars were wearing on Hollywood's biggest night.
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Charlize Theron nabbed the unofficial sexiest dress award thanks to the two supersized rosettes adorning her breasts as part of her stapless lilac Dior Haute Couture gown.
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Jennifer Lopez and Demi Moore posed for photographers together on the red carpet. Jennifer went all out in a swan-like pale pink gown by Armani Privé, which included gathered detail on the side. While Demi showed off her feminine side in a champagne pink layered dress with ruffled tier skirt from Atelier Versace.
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Cameron Diaz, with bold red lips, was another screen siren in a gold strapless gown with metallic ribbons and pailettes by Oscar de la Renta.
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Actresses Penelope Cruz, left, and Sigourney Weaver arrive at the 82nd Academy Awards. Cruz wore a Bordeaux duchess satin gown by Donna Karan
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Gold was a huge trend, with Kate Winslet looking like an old-school movie star in her sleek, strapless gold gown by Yves Saint Laurent and Deco-inspired $2.5 million yellow-diamond necklace from Tiffany & Co.
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George Clooney and Elisabetta Canalis smooch on Oscar's red carpet Sunday night.
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Precious star and Oscar nominated actress Mo'Nique arrives to the Academy Awards red carpet with her husband, Sidney Hicks. The actress wore an eye-catching Tadashi Shoji gown, and told Ryan Seacrest that she does not consider the awards ceremony to "be a competition."
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Sandra Bullock looks award-worthy in a gorgeous Marchesa metallic gown with glamorous peep-lace top. She really has done everything right -- pairing the glittery gown with simple, long hair and bright red lips. So Old Hollywood glam.
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Kristen Stewart looked stunning in a pleated black gown.
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Oscar nominee Anna Kendrick opted for a feminine, blush-colored Elie Saab gown with a dramatic train. The Up in the Air actress told E! that she never anticipated wearing anything pink to the event.
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Actress and singer Anika Noni Rose, most recently of Princess and the Frog fame, picked an appropriately princess-inspired strapless gown.
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Maggie Gyllenhaal often opts for unusual pieces on the red carpet. We love the simple silhouette contrasted with the bold, watercolor-inspired print of her Dries van Noten sheath dress.
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Even Ryan Seacrest gets star struck on the red carpet. Here the TV host snaps a pic of the action at ground level.
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Of all the dresses on the red carpet, Avatar's Zoe Saldana created the most commotion. Yes, the dazzling starlet picked a truly spectacular piece of haute couture -- created by Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy -- but overall there seem to be too many elements going on, between the ombre skirt and the architectural bust. Poor Saldana seems to be swimming in her dress.
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Rachel McAdam's flowing gown had an unexpected twist with the muted pattern. The folds in the bodice provide structure to balance out the full skirt.
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Sarah Jessica Parker is one of the few starlets who could pull off a shapeless dress like this Chanel Haute Couture gown. Still, we would have preferred something with a shape. Or something that didn't have that strange silk neck wrap.
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The color of Vera Farmiga's gown is just perfect, and we're always a big fan of architecture and pleating -- but the sheer amount of ruffled layers on this Marchesa dress overwhelms her.
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The fashion community all adores newly-blonde Carey Mulligan, nominated for An Education, who chose an embellished black Prada gown. At first, we were disappointed she didn't wear color, but the more we look at the dress, the more it seems to perfectly suit her.
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Despite the fact that both Jennifer Lopez and Demi Moore have lot of business going on with their respective dresses -- from ruffles to sculptural elements -- they both look positively glowing.
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Diane Kruger wears a lot of Chanel, but in this case, we wish she'd chosen differently. The black-and-cream palette is incredibly sophisticated, but the segmented nature of the dress and the ruffles everywhere all seems a bit much.
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Mariah Carey brings her brand of va-va-voom to the elegance of the Oscars. The cut is all Mariah, but the color, gathering and jeweled brooch are old Hollywood glamour.
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Sigourney Weaver may have been surrounded by red, but she still manages to stand out in her asymmetrical Lanvin.
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Despite eye-catching chandelier earrings and a tangerine-hued dress, the biggest accessory on Paula Patton is her baby bump.
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Virginia Madsen's glamourous midnight-blue gown has an old-school sophistication, but we like the on-trend details like a lace bodice peeping through the sheer top.
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Amanda Seyfried's Armani Prive gown strikes a balance between a structured bodice and full, flowy skirt. It may seem a little, well, big -- but hey, it's the Oscars. It's definitely a win, but we're debating the cuff bracelet.
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We know having carefully cultivated bed head is a must for heartthrobs, but Zac Efron seems to have gone a little overboard.
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Celebrity Chef Wolfgang Puck presents food on the red carpet prior to the show.
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True Blood star Deborah Ann Woll shows a little leg on the red carpet wearing a grayish-green dress -- a lovely contrast to her red hair, though we're not sold on the embellished bodice.
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Law & Order's Mariska Hargitay has perfect hair and accessories -- as always -- but somehow the black gown seems a bit fussy. Flattering, but old-fashioned.
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Model Kathy Ireland's clearly no stranger to posing: Here, her ultra-tight sheath has a mermaid-like vibe that also feels ... dare we say it ... a bit prom-y.
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Director of Up Pete Docter wears a simple black suit, but we love the vintage bottle cap as a quirky accent.
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Elizabeth Banks proves that you can have ruffles without being frou frou. Surprisingly, gray is turning out to be a big trend for the evening, which does a good job of taking anything too feminine down a peg.
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The back of Elizabeth Banks' Versace gown runs the risk of overwhelming her, but she manages to pull it off with a big smile.
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Molly Ringwald's Cleopatra look just isn't working for the red carpet. One element of the Egyptian queen would be enough, but with the hair, gown and bracelet, it's just too much. It's a shame, because the purple gown alone would have been quite lovely.
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Avatar's Sam Worthington looks dashing as he arrives on the red carpet with his girlfriend Natalie Mark.
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With a turquoise tie and sneakers, Robert Downey Jr. brings his own sense of quirky style to the Oscars. Susan Downey's fitted, sparkling striped dress is equally unconventional, but seriously charming.
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Precious' Gabourey Sidibe told Ryan Seacrest, "If fashion was porn, this dress would be the money shot." Not quite what we're used to hearing on the red carpet, but that's why we love Gabourey! The cut and color of her dress are also divine.
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Queen Latifah plays up her curves in this fitted gown with jeweled accent.
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