Harrison Ford chews out Chewbacca, Patton Oswalt geeks out on Parks & Recreation, Quvenzhané Wallis dance-battles, and Stephen Colbert spoofs "Accidental Racism" — get ready for another jam-packed roundup of the best celebrity viral videos!
There were so many celebrities who looked stunning on Sunday's Oscars red carpet as they posed for photos, perfectly arranging gowns, jewels, and smiles. When they weren't saying cheese, many stopped to greet friends or pose for pictures, like Kristen Stewart. We rounded up the top 30 candid moments from the red carpet, including Jennifer Aniston adjusting Justin Theroux's bowtie, and Jennifer Lawrence's laugh with Sally Field.
Did you catch the adorable Quvenzhané Wallis making her Oscar debut as the youngest Academy Award nominee in history? The 9-year-old Beasts of the Southern Wild star's navy-blue Armani ball gown was a mature selection for the red carpet, but her pup-shaped handbag by Poochie & Co. reminded us that Quvenzhané is still just a little girl. The bags have become the little star's signature accessory; she sported another one at the Academy Awards Nominations Luncheon earlier this month.
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There may have been nerves at Sunday night's Academy Awards, but watching the famous women on the red carpet, you'd never know! Jennifer Garner and Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain and Amanda Seyfried, and Quvenzhané Wallis and Halle Berry were just a few of the pairs of ladies who hammed it up on Oscar night. See their funniest and sweetest girlfriend bonding moments now!
The Oscars proved that black and blue gowns can be just as stunning as the high shine and chic pale-hued looks we saw on last night's red carpet. Celebrities like Reese Witherspoon, Sandra Bullock, and Helen Hunt gave us a range of darker glamour — but there's much more where that came from. See all of the celebrities in black and shades of blue at the Oscars right now, and tell us what you think about their looks in the comments section below.
Additional reporting by Robert Khederian
Oscar nominee Quvenzhané Wallis waved from her seat at the Oscars.
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At tonight's Oscars, all eyes are on 9-year-old Quvenzhané Wallis, and not just because she's the youngest actress to be nominated for an Academy Award. The star of Beasts of the Southern Wild is spunky, adorable, and fashionable to boot. Aside from her great interviews, she especially won us over at the Critics' Choice Awards, when the pint-size actress busted out her iPhone during her acceptance speech. Pronounced "Qaa-van-ja-nay," Quvenzhané is this award season's tiniest breakout star with a big punch, so find out eight things about her now!
- Quvenzhané was only 5 when she got the part in Beasts of the Southern Wild. She had to lie about her age to be eligible!
- She couldn't even read when she auditioned.
- She almost slept through her Oscar nomination being announced. She said, "I almost missed it. I was sleeping."
- She chose the actor who plays her dad in the film, Dwight Henry, based on the fact that he brought her sweets.
- When she won her Critics' Choice Award, she pulled out her cell phone to read her acceptance speech. She said, "Thanks to Mr. Benh Zeitlin and the Court 13 family for thinking I could make a good Hushpuppy." She thanked God before adding, "Last to my family, friends, and fans. Good night."
- She calls the Oscar the "golden man."
- She loves her puppy purses and is wearing one at tonight's Oscars. She told Ellen DeGeneres, "That's my signature."
- She'll play the lead role in a new Annie movie, which is set to come out Winter 2014 and is being coproduced by Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Jay-Z.
Halle Berry picked a metallic Versace gown for this evening's Oscars in LA, and on her way inside, she caught up with this year's best actress nominee Quvenzhané Wallis. Halle's among the many celebrities presenting at this year's ceremony. She is not in the running for a statue, but, of course, won one for her role in Monster's Ball in 2002. During this year's award season, Halle's turned out for a handful of shows. Halle wore Versace to the Golden Globes, where her film Cloud Atlas was in the running for best original score, an honor which went to Life of Pi. She also stepped out for BET Honors and the NAACP Image Awards. Halle, though, received an accolade all her own last October when Variety acknowledged her advocacy on behalf of battered women.
The Independent Spirit Awards took place in LA today with stars stepping out ahead of tomorrow's Oscars. Many of award season's biggest names, including Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper, walked the pink carpet and, once inside, mingled with other nominees and presenters. We've collected all of the show's highlights for you, from Matthew McConaughey's acceptance speech to Amy Poehler's stage moment, plus more snaps of the stars presenting awards, accepting their trophies, and cheering for their friends at the event.
Did you know that the adorable 9-year-old Quvenzhané Wallis, star of Beasts of the Southern Wild, is the youngest actress in the history of the Academy Awards to receive a nomination? Whether or not she takes home the Oscar on Feb. 24, we think that earning a nod from the Academy before even entering the double digits is quite an accomplishment.
Our celebration of the 85th Academy Awards kicks off with a look back at some of our favorite moments starring kids at the Academy Awards. Whether they're nominated, presenting, or performing, the youngest attendees often steal the spotlight!