Oh boy, what a show!
The Oscars were last night and they were AH-Mazing!
Ellen Degeneres was HIGHlarious as the host and there were TONS of big winners, but the standout star was Jennifer Lawrence.
But who's surprised with that?! She steals the spotlight at every award show!
Though J.Law may not have won the Best Supporting Actress statue, she did pretty much win the entire show!
Case in point? When she tried to steal Lupita Nyong'o's Oscar after she won!
But that wasn't her only shining moment, ch-ch-check out 20 HIGHlarious times when Jen was just being Jen last night…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Is Ellen DeGeneres the woman who can do it all???
Well, she just might be because so far the Oscars have scored some pretty good ratings last night during her second time driving the ship.
Nielsen’s Household Metered Market ratings are currently reporting that she averaged a 27.9 Household rating/41 share! In case that means nothing to you, it's 7% higher than Seth MacFarlane's hosting of the show last year.
In fact, it's posting the best preliminary numbers since Chris Rock hosted in 2005!!!
She is also pretty on par with herself as she previously posted a 27.7/42 in 2007.
As for how many millions tuned in??? Those numbers aren't yet available, but we bet there were many! After all, over 2.5 million alone retweeted Ellen's selfie!
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Reese Witherspoon wasn’t afraid to take the plunge at Vanity Fair’s Oscars after party in WeHo on Sunday night.
Most likely inspired by Hugo Boss’ NYFW show, the hawt mama opted for the label’s smokey silver and black frock with a DEEP v-neckline!
She was definitely giving everyone an eyeful of cleavage!
But we’re not too sold on the skirt, which just falls over her curves, rather than accentuating them.
That would be the one thing we’d change about this look, especially with such flawless stylings like her black Roger Vivier clutch, Irene Neuwirth earrings, and Christian Louboutin sandals!
[Image via FayesVision/WENN.]
Between this actor's killer performance in Dallas Buyers Club, to his baby blues and perfect ombré hair—Jared Leto is one of our fav stars of awards season!
And after the (above) moment, we love him even more!
Jared capped off his win for Best Supporting Actor by phenominally photobombing last year's Best Supporting Actress winner, Anne Hathaway at Vanity Fair's post-Oscar party!
Poor lil' Annie had no idea what was going on, making this pic a total framer.
Ch-ch-check out the entire LOL-worthy moment and her epic reaction in the gallery (below!)
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Wow! Matthew McConaughey has come a LONG way since high school!
Last night, we saw just how much Matty has grown as an actor when he won the award for Best Actor at the 2014 Oscars! However, we also got a chance to see how much he's grown physically when a tweeter by the name of Leah Pickett shared an amazing pic from his high school days!
Apparently, Leah's aunt was the lucky lady who got to take the actor to prom, and her niece decided to
There were some fabulous performances at the Oscars this year, but the most dazzling duet had to be at Elton John's viewing party.
For the first time since their A Team teamed-up at the Grammys, Sir Elton and Ed Sheeran got together to perform in front of an awestruck crowd!
Ed's new version of Candle In The Wind was actually a sneak peek at Elton's upcoming Goodbye Yellow Brick Road tribute album! We're more excited than ever!
Check out the performance …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Selena Gomez was one of a multitude of stars to attend Vanity Fair’s Oscars party on Sunday night, and she looked beyond stunning!!
The pop princess rocked a gorgeous beaded Emilio Pucci gown that was modified to give us a sexy glimpse of her cleavage, and everything about it looked AH-mazing on her.
Additionally, Miz Gomez’s hair and makeup were done in a way that enhanced her radiant skin and silky tresses to perfecton. This is what an etherial glow DREAMS of looking like!!
Selly's drop earrings and statement ring were just the cherry on top.
This might be one of her best looks to date!!
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