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You Won’t Be Able To Tear Your Eyes Away From Jennifer Aniston’s Silky Thighs In This Vanity Fair Portrait With Justin Theroux!

Drool over all the stunning portraits!

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux didn't walk the red carpet together (or at all) at the Oscars on Sunday night, but they've graced us with this gorge portrait from Vanity Fair's after-party!!

While all the biggest stars were in attendance, only a handful were lucky enough to have their picture taken by Mark Seliger for the annual series!

Photos: Vanity Fair's Oscars Party — All The Red Carpet Pics!

They're all stunning!

Besides Jen and Justin unleashing the smolder, there was also a pensive Scarlett Johansson looking off into the distance…

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Oscars 2017: Our FULL Worst Dressed List!

| Filed under: Fashion SmashionScarlett JohanssonMichelle WilliamsOscarsRed CarpetHailee Steinfeld

Oscars 2017: The Worst Dressed List!

We hate when bad fashion happens to good people!

But, alas, it's just a fact of life.

Hailee Steinfeld, Scarlett Johansson, and Michelle Williams were just a few of the names to prove it!!

Their not-so-great outfits at the Oscars didn't go unnoticed… click through (below) IF YOU DARE!

CLICK HERE to "Oscars 2017: The Worst Dressed List!"

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CLICK HERE to "Oscars 2017: The Worst Dressed List!"

CLICK HERE to "Oscars 2017: The Worst Dressed List!"

CLICK HERE to "Oscars 2017: The Worst Dressed List!"

P.S. There's even a poll going on! Cast your vote HERE!!!

[Image via Getty Images.]

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Oscars 2017: Our FULL Worst Dressed List!

| Filed under: Fashion SmashionScarlett JohanssonMichelle WilliamsOscarsRed CarpetHailee Steinfeld

Oscars 2017: The Worst Dressed List!

We hate when bad fashion happens to good people!

But, alas, it's just a fact of life.

Hailee Steinfeld, Scarlett Johansson, and Michelle Williams were just a few of the names to prove it!!

Their not-so-great outfits at the Oscars didn't go unnoticed… click through (below) IF YOU DARE!

CLICK HERE to "Oscars 2017: The Worst Dressed List!"

CLICK HERE to "Oscars 2017: The Worst Dressed List!"

CLICK HERE to "Oscars 2017: The Worst Dressed List!"

CLICK HERE to "Oscars 2017: The Worst Dressed List!"

CLICK HERE to "Oscars 2017: The Worst Dressed List!"

P.S. There's even a poll going on! Cast your vote HERE!!!

[Image via Getty Images.]

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Scarlett Johansson Tries To Make Her Oscars Gown Look Edgy On The Red Carpet — But Fails!

| Filed under: Fashion SmashionScarlett JohanssonOscarsRed CarpetAzzedine Alaïa

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Scarlett Johansson is back on the Oscars red carpet!!

The actress turned heads with her highly-anticipated arrival on Sunday night, even if we're not completely in love with this look!

ScarJo donned a simple, pink patterned Azzedine Alaïa gown for Hollywood's biggest night, which she decided to pair with an edgy metal belt and diamond jewels.

Sure, we don't love the outfit, but the 32-year-old won us over with this fierce 'do!!

[Image via Getty Images.]

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Oscars Ageism?? See Why New Study Wants #OscarsSoYoung To Be The Next Cause

| Filed under: Film FlickersScarlett JohanssonMeryl StreepOscarsEducational

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The Academy may be doing better in representing people of color this year… but that doesn't mean they're completely off the hook!

Though this year's Oscars nominees are much more inclusive in terms of honoring diverse storytelling through films like Fences, Hidden Figures, and Moonlight, there's still one demo that Oscar films have largely ignored.

Well, there are a lot of stories that still aren't being properly told (but that's a different conversation, Scarlett Johansson) — however, a new report has pointed out the stark lack of representation of seniors in this year's nominees!

Related: Grammys Head Honcho Doesn't Think There's A 'Problem With Race At All'

Researchers at USC's Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism looked at the 25 best picture nominees from 2014, 2015, and 2016 and discovered that less than 12 percent of the 1,256 speaking or named characters were 60 years old and up.

That number doesn't quite measure up to the 18.5 percent seniors make up of the U.S. population, OR the 14 percent they make of film ticket buyers.

But it does align with industry trends. In an earlier study, USC researchers found that just 11 percent of characters in the 100 top-grossing films from 2015 were over the age of 59.

Co-author of the study Stacy Smith said this underrepresentation is a "missed opportunity" for studios, explaining:

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