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Following a fully-loaded weekend of pre-parties in anticipation of the 2014 Oscars, Sunday night boasted some of the most lavish, star-studded events of the year for the final hurrah of awards season. Between the annual Governors Ball, Vanity Fair party and Elton John's Viewing party, all of Hollywood was out to celebrate the 86th Annual Academy Awards and we have the guest lists, photos and details from inside for you in this roundup of L.A.'s hottest Oscar after parties.
Almost more exciting than the gowns of the Oscars red carpet, stars pulled out all the stops for their after party ensembles last night. From the Elton John viewing party to the exclusive Vanity Fair post-show celebration, see the stunning frocks celebs chose for letting their hair down following the awards in this roundup of top 20 looks of the 2014 Oscar after parties.
Last night's Oscars were full of shameless photo bombs, and who could forget the first-ever Oscars pizza party? If you didn't hear the news, Ellen's celebrity selfie broke the record for the most retweets ever, breaking Barack Obama's record and crashing Twitter. If we took away anything from the night, it's that Ellen Degeneres should host the Oscars every year. From Meryl Streep chowing down on a slice of pizza to amazing photobombs, click through for the night's best photos, including backstage footage of some of our favorite celebs!
Naomie Harris, Emmy Rossum and Samuel L. Jackson are among the many at Giorgio Armani's celebration of Paolo Sorrentino and Martin Scorsese's Oscar nominations; Chanel and Charles Finch host a pre-Oscar dinner with guests Anne Hathaway, Adrien Brody, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and more; Brad Pitt, Lupita Nyong'o, Angelina Jolie, Steve McQueen and others attend Grey Goose's intimate dinner honoring 12 Years A Slave; Oprah Winfrey, Taylor Swift, Robert De Niro and many others attend The Weinstein Company's Academy Award soiree—take a peek inside the hottest, star-studded events leading up to Sunday in this pre-Oscar weekend party roundup.
At long last, this year's awards season has ended with last night's 86th Annual Academy Awards officially over. We'll be bringing you updates on how the entertainment industry celebrated with star-studded parties and events all weekend across L.A., but first we must discuss the most pressing issue of the weekend: what people wore to the awards show. So sit back and join us now as we bring you our top 10 looks from the 2014 Oscars red carpet.
Sunday's Oscars marks the grand finale to nearly two months of Hollywood congratulating itself with dry awards ceremonies, and celebrities stepping out in glamorous designer fashions. Though we could certainly go on peacefully for the remainder of our natural born lives without another awards show, we are very much looking forward to seeing what the stars will being wearing as they sashay down the red carpet on Hollywood's biggest night. So, as part of our countdown to the 86th Annual Academy Awards, let's take a walk down the best part of memory lane with our 25 favorite Oscar looks from the past several years...
Before the advent of smart phones and the instant gratification of Instagram, those of us who hungered for a taste of Hollywood's biggest night had to settle for grainy television broadcasts and commercial breaks. The horror! OK, so maybe it wasn't that bad, but nowadays real-time Oscars coverage goes far beyond the red carpet and E! News. Why wait until next week's headlines when you can go backstage, on stage, and everywhere in between right from the comfort of your Insta feed? When the world's biggest celebs get together, we can all expect a constant stream of #selfies and #humblebrags straight from the source. So whether you want the scoop on fashion or food (or Jared Leto's hair), here are the top accounts to follow for this Sunday's Academy Awards.
Oscar season is upon us! To cure our post Golden Globe depression, Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs and actor Chris Hemsworth announced this year's Oscar nominations this morning. While the nominations don't come as much of a surprise to us, we're thrilled to pick and choose our favorites. Will J.Law trip up the stairs again? Will Meryl beat Sandra outright, instead of tying with her like she did in 2009? Is Tom Hanks pissed he wasn't nominated for Best Actor in Captain Phillips? Check out our top choices, and patiently wait along with us until March 2nd to find out if we got it right!
[Photos via, via, via, via] The 86th Annual Academy Awards comes our way this Sunday and while we're breathing a sigh of relief that it marks the end of awards season, we can't help but look forward to the killer festivities leading up to the big night. From luxurious gifting suites, luncheons, dinners, and viewing parties to pre-parties and after parties, Hollywood is pulling out all the stops to make this Oscar Week the grandest of them all. So polish those shoes, get a mani/pedi, dry-clean that tux and call in every favor you have as we bring you the GofG L.A. 2014 Oscar Week Event Guide.
The Oscars right around the corner, and it seems like everyone's got an opinion on who deserves to take home the golden statue. With so many amazing movies up for awards, it's one of the tightest Oscar races we've seen in recent years. From Lupita Nyong'o's breakout role in "12 Years A Slave" to Jennifer Lawrence's performance in "American Hustle," it looks like we'll have a real Oscar battle on our hands on Sunday night. Until then, we're putting in our bets on who the year's big winners will be. Click through for our top picks! More>>
When it comes to award show season, we spend hour after hour checking the red carpet to find the best dressed actresses of the night. We forget that some of their best ensembles might have been the on-screen looks of their award-winning movies. One of the most overlooked Oscar categories is for costume design, so we thought we'd take a look at some of our best dressed choices off of the red carpet.
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Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.