These Celebs Looked Identical on the Oscars Red Carpet Last Night

If you didn't wear sequins, did you even attend the Oscars?

These Celebs Looked Identical on the Oscars Red Carpet Last Night
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Sequins, red gowns, plunging necklines, and open-leg slits dominated the Oscars (opens in new tab) red carpet last night. While your eyes may have glazed over the 90+ celebrities who attended the carpet (opens in new tab) and after-party step-and-repeat (opens in new tab), it's hard to miss the celebs who look like they got dressed together before the show. (We're looking at you, Jennifer Lawrence (opens in new tab) and Sandra Bullock (opens in new tab).) Here, the best twinning moments of the night.

1. Margot Robbie and Gal Gadot

Margot Robbie and Gal Gadot

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Robbie in Chanel Spring 2018 Couture, Gadot in Givenchy Spring 2018 Couture.

2. Meryl Streep and Allison Janney 

Meryl Streep and Allison Janney

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Streep in Christian Dior, Janney in Reem Acra.

3. St. Vincent

St. Vincent

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St. Vincent wore identical outfits (sans pants (opens in new tab)) to the Oscars red carpet and after-party.

4. St. Vincent and Kendall Jenner

St. Vincent and Kendall Jenner

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Then she matched with Kendall Jenner, who attended the Vanity Fair after-party in Redemption (opens in new tab).

5. Janet Mock and Taraji P. Henson

Janet Mock and Taraji P. Henson

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Enter: gorgeous open-leg slits on Mock and Henson.

6. Olivia Wilde and Gal Gadot

Olivia Wilde and Gal Gadot

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Did we mention sequins? Olivia Wilde in Roberto Cavalli and Gal Gadot in Givenchy Spring 2018 Couture.

7. Jennifer Lawrence and Sandra Bullock 

Jennifer Lawrence and Sandra Bullock

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While side-by-side they don't immediately scream "matchy-matchy," Lawrence and Bullock both chose metallic dresses to grace the red carpet and they're equally as stunning.

8. Elizabeth Banks and Molly Sims

Elizabeth Banks and Molly Sims

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Hello again, metallic wonders. Banks in Ralph & Russo Spring 2018 Couture and Sims in Naeem Khan.

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