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Alicia Vikander & Rachel McAdams Bring Major Leg To The Oscars Luncheon!

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Alicia Vikander and Rachel McAdams attends Oscars luncheon.

So precious!

Alicia Vikander and Rachel McAdams both had the bright idea to wear flirty little frocks to the 88th Oscars Nominees Luncheon in Beverly Hills on Monday afternoon, and we're so into it!

Related: Alicia Wears All The Sequins At SAG

Don't they totally look like dolls?!

Alicia's orange skater dress was a perfect fit and went so well with her perpetually tanned skin. It seemed like she had just gotten off the plane from a trip to Bora Bora or something!

And Rachel was just as fresh and sunny in a peach mini dress adorned with round paillettes and a red bow at the jewel-encrusted neckline. Ugh, so pretty we could die!

Is the femme cuteness killing you too, Perezcious readers???

[Image via AP Images.]

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Rachel McAdams Goes Glamorous And Nude On The SAG Awards Red Carpet!

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SAG Awards 2016: Rachel McAdams walks the red carpet.

Subtle but stunning!

Rachel McAdams was actually flawless at the SAG Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday!

The Spotlight starlet wore a delicate nude Elie Saab gown with embroidered black tulips all over, which easily stood out on the red carpet among all the sequins and ruffles.

Plus, a wavy bob and soft, pink makeup complemented the look, as we're sure her Brian Atwood sandals did as well. Too bad we couldn't see them!

Oh well. Can't help but adore this ensem regardless!

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Spotlight Shines Bright, Taking Home The Critics' Choice Award For Best Picture!

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The Critics' Choice Awards honored Spotlight, the moving story of the reporters who uncovered a decades-long history of covering up child molestation in the Catholic Church, with the Best Picture Award.

And while that may not seem like much of a surprise, remember it had to beat fellow noms The Big Short, Bridge of Spies, Brooklyn, Carol, Mad Max: Fury Road, The Martian, The Revenant, Room, Sicario.

POLL: Which 2015 Movie Do YOU Think Should Have Been Nominated For Best Picture?

With such a diverse group of films, taking home the award is pretty darned impressive.

Ch-ch-check out Rachel McAdams and the rest of the cast and crew accepting their hard-earned award (above)!

And be sure to check out ALL the winners as they're announced HERE!

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Alicia Vikander Scores Big With A Best Supporting Actress Win At The 2016 Critics’ Choice Awards — Oh, & Accepts On Behalf Of Ex Machina Too!

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How exciting!

It was a tight race for the award for Best Supporting Actress at Sunday's the Critics' Choice Awards. In an exciting turn of events, Alicia Vikander beat out award show vet Kate Winslet and snagged the coveted trophy.

We couldn't be more excited for Miz Vikander since she was an absolute scene-stealer in the 2015 flick The Danish Girl. Not to mention, the 27-year-old was trumped by the Steve Jobs actress at this year's Golden Globes. Oof!

Related: The 2016 Oscar Nominations Are In!

Nonetheless, the up-and-comer also beat Jennifer Jason Leigh for The Hateful Eight, Rooney Mara for Carol, Rachel McAdams for Spotlight, and Helen Mirren for Trumbo. Color us impressed!

Also, the wins kept coming in for the Swedish performer as her Sci-Fi project Ex Machina took home the prize for Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie. Woo hoo!

The other nominees in the category were It Follows, Jurassic World, Mad Max: Fury Road, and The Martian.

Be sure to ch-ch-check out her touching acceptance speeches for yourself (above) and (below)!

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