It’s going down at the pre-Oscar parties. (Picture: REX)Margot Robbie, Lupita Nyong’o and Kristen Stewart pulled out all the stops for their red carpet appearance for Charles Finch and Chanel’s 11th Annual Pre-Oscar Awards Dinner.
The fabulous trio arrived at the star-studded event to join other famous faces – including a loved up Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth – at Polo Lounge at The Beverly Hills Hotel on Saturday.
Margot, who is busy reviving her role as the quirky yet evil comic book character Harley Quinn for the upcoming Suicide Squad spin-off Birds Of Prey, got the brunch look on point in leather trousers and a black and white top.
Margot has got the look down (Picture: Rex Features)Black Panther star Lupita, who is starring in Jordan Peele’s forthcoming horror movie Us, dressed up as royalty in a golden tux-dress matched with regal boots.
The 12 Years A Slave star coupled her look with an up-do afro-up and a smize for waiting photographers – and we can’t get enough of her.
Lupita dresses up like an actual Oscar statue (Picture: WireImage)Twilight star Kristen, 28, was pretty in pink with a cute cropped sweater covering her upper half, while wearing a high waisted white skirt – we are getting series Clueless vibes here.
Miley and husband Liam, who surprised us all with their December wedding last year, stepped out in their fashionable wear – because, why not? – and turned heads with Miley wearing a multicoloured two-piece woollen number from the iconic French fashion house that lost its designer Karl Lagerfeld last week.
Kristen did not come to play (Picture: WireImage)Not one to upstage the love of his life, Liam opted for an all-black ensemble but made it fashion.
Aside from fashion, this weekend is all about the Oscars which is coming up on Sunday evening and it already is one of the biggest nights of the year.
This year’s ceremony may look a little different from more recent ones, as it won’t have a presenter but will instead feature a bunch of A-listers introducing different parts of the show – and handing out those all-important statues, of course.
It’s looking set to be a good night for Alfonso Cuaron’s Roma, with the film on course to take both the best picture and best director prizes – and in doing so become the first foreign language film ever to win the top award.
The happy couple – Miley and Liam (Picture: Rex Features)Other films tipped to do well on the night include British period drama The Favourite, as well Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody and superhero hit Black Panther.
The ceremony takes place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood tonight.
It’s due to kick off at 5pm local time which, with the time difference, means that it’ll be 1am Monday morning here before the gongs start being handed out.
If you fancy pulling an all-nighter and seeing all those emotional acceptance speeches, big frocks, memorable performances and unexpected moments you can watch it on Sky Cinema’s dedicated Oscars channel.
You don’t necessarily need to subscribe to Sky to watch it either, as you can get a Sky Cinema Pass on NOW TV for free if you’re a new customer – or for £9.99 a month if you’re not.
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