The Most Spectacular Moments from the 2014 Oscars

Crystal shoes and gorgeous gowns—Holywood's most important night is FINALLY HERE!

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1. Tara Lipinsky and Johnny Weir hit the red carpet in all their fashionable figure skating glory, which included CRYSTAL. SHOES.

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2. Liza Minnelli paired her cobalt ensemble with a badass blue streak.

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3. Pharrell wore bermuda shorts because why not.

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4. J.Law arrived at the red carpet in the most J.Law fashion possible.

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5. Headband + plunging V = the most fairytale of Lupita moments ever.

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6. Ellen killed it with her opening monologue and tweeted some selfies from the stage.

7. Meryl Streep gave Pharrell and his hat her best shimmy.

8. As did Lupita.

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9. Ellen suggested ordering pizza and Kerry Washington was ALL ABOUT IT.

10. Ellen continued to prove that she's having a better night than you.

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— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) March 3, 2014

11. Darlene Love showed everyone the best way to accept an Oscar.

12. LUPITA WON!!!!!

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13. Brad Pitt handed out plates when the pizza arrived.

14. Ellen followed up a tribute to The Wizard of Oz in a way only she could.

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15. John Travolta clearly has no idea who Idina Menzel is and we are sad for him.

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16. Bette Midler sang her heart out, made us weep.

17. Cate Blanchett won Best Actress and reminded everyone that female-focused films are not niche, they are NECESSARY for all humans to enjoy.

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18. Celebs proved that those who are photobombed are more likely to become the photobomber. Below, a series:

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19. J.Law tried to steal Lupita's Oscar and everyone's all, "Hahaha," and we're all, "No seriously, get off her Oscar."

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20. Oh, J.Law.

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