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Jennifer Lawrence waits while an assistant passes a bottle of water to the homeless person hired to fill out the back half of her couture gown.

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When Halle Berry picked this dress, there was one person she wanted it to impress more than anyone else in the entire galaxy.

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William Shatner was so impressed he wore his Star Trek costume too.

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Anne Hathaway practises her “Who, me?! I won?!?! No way!!” thing on the red carpet.

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When Jason Schwartzman chose this mustache, there was one person he wanted it to impress more than anyone else in the entire galaxy.

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Really? Him?

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Jennifer Aniston tries really hard to pretend the sign behind her is a real Oscar trophy and that it belongs to her at the Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday.

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Jane Fonda tries to blend in at the Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday.

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It took most of the evening for Samantha Barks to figure out why guys kept asking her to give them a closer look at her pendant.

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Jeremy Renner successfully asks Samantha Banks to give him a closer look at her pendant at the Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday.

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Salma Hayek is all, like, “What about MY beautiful neckwear?” at the Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday.

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Amanda Seyfried is all, like, “Really? Your pendant?!?”

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Robert Downey Jr. inexplicably gives Sally Field the cold shoulder at the Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday.

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Adele, meanwhile, strikes a spontaneous, completely unrehearsed pose on the red carpet, throwing the carefully scripted event into chaos.

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An Oscar statue with its shiny head draped in plastic stands in for John Travolta during rehearsals for the Academy Awards.

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The preparations paid off beautifully!

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Bradley Cooper (right) tells some old guy he has his seat at the Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday.

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