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Anne Hathaway was prim in pink at the Academy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday.

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Naomi Watts was a knockout in a sparkling silver-blue gown.

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George Clooney and Stacy Keibler were the picture of silver elegance at the Academy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday.

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Charlize Theron wore a long white gown and short white hair to the the Academy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday.

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Singer Adele was beautiful in a black gown.

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Jane Fonda wore a flashy yellow gown to the Academy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday.

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Jennifer Lawrence, best actress nominee for "Silver Linings Playbook," wore a white Dior Haute Couture dress to the Academy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday.

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Jessica Chastain, best actress nominee for her role in "Zero Dark Thirty", wore gold with a parquet pattern at the Academy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday.

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Samantha Barks from the film "Les Miserables" arrives at the Academy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday.

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Halle Berry striped it up at the Academy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday.

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Actress Helen Hunt wore an elegant blue gown to the Academy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday.

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Amy Adams, best supporting actress nominee for her role in "The Master," parks her pale-blue train at the Academy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday.

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Jennifer Garner had the most purple dress of the evening.

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Nicole Kidman wore gold and tar-sands black to the Academy Awards.

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Jacki Weaver, best supporting actress nominee for her role in "Silver Linings Playbook", wore a shiny burgundy gown.

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Sally Field arrives at the Oscars in tomato red.

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Catherine Zeta-Jones wore Oscar gold to the Oscars.

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Reese Witherspoon wore a black and royal-blue Louis Vuitton gown.

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Quenzhane Wallis, best actress nominee for her role in "Beasts of the Southern Wild," was pretty adorable at the Academy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday

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Actor Channing Tatum was also pretty adorable at the Academy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday.

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Amanda Seyfried wore an Alexander McQueen dress.

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Helena Bonham Carter pulls over to have her picture take at the Oscars in Los Angeles on Sunday.

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Jason Schwartzman arrived at Academy Awards by flivver, apparently.

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Kelly Osbourne wore a black gown with glitter at the Academy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday.

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Singer Kelly Rowland at the Academy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday.

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Actress Kristin Chenoweth wore a dress with white and silver midriff flamage at the Academy Awards in Hollywood on Sunday.

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