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All the latest pictures from the red carpet at the Oscars 2013 - nominees, winners and Hollywood's finest all come together!
All the glitz and glamour of the red carpet - join us as the stars arrive!
Actress Jessica Chastain, nominated for her Best Actress in Zero Dark Thirty, is among the first to arrive at the Oscars 2013, probably wanting to get a decent seat. We hear it's a bit of a bunfight...
A tray of Oscar chocolates on the red carpet at the 85th Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre, Los Angeles. How the other half live...
Star of stage and screen Kristin Chenoweth looks fantastic in her ballgown at this year's Oscars...
Here to support the multi-nominated Les Misérables (and channeling Jedward for the occasion?), Eddie Redmayne arrives on the red carpet at the Oscars 2013.
Director Tim Burton and star of Les Mis Helena Bonham Carter arrive at the Oscars. Neither are nominated this year, but they're an Oscars mainstay. Cheer up Helena, you're at the Oscars!
Rocking a rather nice blue number, it's Reese Witherspoon on the red carpet at the Oscars.
Welsh wonder Catherine Zeta-Jones makes herself known on the red carpet. Slightly awkward 'knew I shouldn't have worn gold' moment captured behind, too...
Lighting up the red carpet, it's Zoe Saldana, star of Pirates of the Caribbean and Avatar.
Dreaming a dream... Supporting Actress favourite Anne Hathaway is here to support Les Misérables and hopefully grab a gong for it.
Quite a train follows Amy Adams up the red carpet...
Hollywood legend Jane Fonda on the red carpet.
Jennifer Lawrence is here to see if she scoops the Best Actress award for her role in Silver Linings Playbook.
Looking lovely together, it's Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones.
A former guest on the Classic FM Interview and director of Quartet, Dustin Hoffman arrives on the red carpet.
Singer and actress Jennifer Hudson arrives on the red carpet, looking effortlessly gorgeous as you'd expect.
There he is again! Eddie Redmayne soaks up the atmosphere on the red carpet.
She's the latest Bond girl in Skyfall, heavily tipped at the Oscars, it's Naomie Harris on the red carpet.
That dress again, still looking fantastic.
Anne Hathaway is the favourite to win Best Supporting Actress this year thanks to her turn in Les Misérables.
Looking stylish as ever - Halle Berry arrives at the Oscars.
Prisoner 24601 himself - Hugh Jackman is at the Oscars to support Les Misérables.
Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman cosy up on the red carpet at the Oscars.
Hoping for a third Oscar in his distinguished career thanks to his work on Silver Linings Playbook, best supporting actor nominee Robert De Niro arrives.
Best director nominee Steven Spielberg (for the heavily-nominated Lincoln) and his wife Kate Capshaw on the red carpet.
Ben Affleck triumphed at the BAFTAs with his lauded movie Argo, but will it be the same story at the Oscars?
Naomi Watts is up for the Best Actress Oscar for her performance in The Impossible, but will she triumph?
The silver fox George Clooney is a producer on Argo, directed by his mate Ben Affleck.
Pouting ever so slightly, Amanda Seyfried hits the red carpet in support of Les Misérables.
Nominated for her already-classic Bond theme from Skyfall, Adele is at the Oscars.
He could've at least ironed his shirt... Django Unchained director Quentin Tarantino arrives.
A beacon of white on the red carpet, Charlize Theron arrives at the Oscars.
He's hotly tipped to take home the Best Actor Oscar this year for his role as Abraham Lincoln - it's Daniel Day-Lewis.
No vampires in sight this year - Kristen Stewart leaves her trademark pout at the door.
Did his mother really let him out like that? Quentin Tarantino brings the cool to the red carpet.
You wouldn't like him when he's Ang Lee... the director of Life Of Pi arrives at the Oscars - his film is up for a huge 11 awards this year.
Another recent interviewee on Classic FM, it's the Oscar-nominated composer of the Life Of Pi soundtrack Mychael Danna and his wife Aparna.
Director of Argo, Ben Affleck is hoping to repeat the movie's award success at the Oscars.
Nominated in the best supporting actress category, Sally Field was mesmerising in Lincoln - which is up for a huge 12 Oscars this year.
Young Quvenzhane Wallis is the youngest person ever to be nominated for best actress, thanks to her role in Beasts Of The Southern Wild.
He's not nominated for anything (despite his massive on-screen presence last year), but Rupert Murdoch has still made it out to the Oscars.
The boy wizard is yet to make his mark on the Oscar nominations list, but who can resist a good party?
We reckon she'll be cheering Adele on... Former Bond song singer Shirley Bassey looks radiant on the red carpet.
Renee Zellweger looks resplendent in gold on the red carpet.