OSCARS 2019: Photos Of Celebrities From The Red Carpet
Oscars 2019 is down, and Gossips24.com has got photos of some of the best dressed celebrities at event which opened with a performance by Queen and Adam Lambert.
At the Oscars 2019, Roma, which leads the honour roll with 10 nominations (with The Favourite), won Best Foreign Film as well as Best Cinematography. Bohemian Rhapsody scooped up both awards for achievement in sound as well as the Oscar for film editing. The Guneet Monga-produced Period. End Of Sentence, set in India, won Best Documentary Short.
Tons of A-listers were congratulating each other Sunday as nominees accepted their statuettes, including folks like Samuel L. Jackson, Glenn Close, Regina King, Angela Bassett, Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper, Rami Malek, Spike Lee, Ryan Coogler, Constance Wu, Awkwafina, Chadwick Boseman, Sam Elliott and many other celebrities.
Here are some photos below;
Constance WuSteve Granitz/WireImage
Crazy Rich Asians may have been shut out of the nominations, but the influential film was still fully represented at the ceremony with its stars tapped to present! Constance Wu’s sunny disposition matched her yellow Versace gown as she made her way into the Dolby Theatre.
Danielle MacdonaldFrazer Harrison/Getty Images
Hello, gorgeous! The Dumplin’ lead went full Hollywood glamour with soft waves flowing into the wide neckline of her classic red gown.
Kacey MusgravesSteve Granitz/WireImage
Fresh off her Album of the Year win at the Grammys, Kacey Musgraves popped over to the Oscars to serve as a presenter. She took a simple light pink gown and pumped it up with cascading ruffles from the neckline to the floor.
Billy PorterFrazer Harrison/Getty Images
Most stars decide between a gown or tux for Hollywood’s biggest night. Billy Porter considered those options and thought, “Why not both!” The Pose star donned a custom Christian Siriano tuxedo gown and successfully shut down the carpet before it even began.
Now this is a suit! Awkwafina rocked the carpet in a shimmering lilac tux accented with a matching oversized bow around her neck.
Amandla StenbergJeff Kravitz/FilmMagic
This may be Amandla Stenberg’s first Oscars, but she walked this carpet like she’s been doing it for years. The presenter chose a flapper-inspired look, complete with a modern approach to braided finger waves.
Elsie FisherFrazer Harrison/Getty Images
Elsie Fisher blessed us with one last tuxedo look before signing off with one final awards season “Gucci!” The Eighth Grade actress dressed up her suit with a simple cat eye, snazzy neck charm, and sparkling barrette.
Emilia ClarkFrazer Harrison/Getty Images
Emilia Clark added more lilac vibes in a shimmering structured gown. Just one tiny problem — she “legitimately can’t pee.” Ah, the sacrifices we make for fashion!
Brie LarsonFrazer Harrison/Getty Images
Brie Larson showed off her Captain Marvel arms in a sleeveless metallic number as she prepared to hit the stage as a presenter.
Emma StoneMARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images
Best Supporting Actress nominee Emma Stone showcased her shoulders in a scaly bronze-colored gown.
Jennifer LopezJeff Kravitz/FilmMagic
J. Lo dazzled from head to toe in a mosaic of mirrors by Tom Ford, topping off her classic silhouette with a soft side part.
Chadwick BosemanFrazer Harrison/Getty Images
Chadwick Boseman repped Black Panther‘s big night with a black and blue shimmering tuxedo jacket fit for a king.
Jason Momoa and Lisa BonetFrazer Harrison/Getty Images
The husband and wife duo added texture to their color-coordinated looks by layering on the fabric. But one small detail really makes the look — the Aquaman star’s custom scrunchie, should he need to tie back his long locks.
Amy AdamsSteve Granitz/WireImage
Amy Adams stunned in a sophisticated form-fitting gown with loose waves covering her bare shoulders.
Melissa McCarthySteve Granitz/WireImage
The Best Actress nominee looked sleek in a belted pantsuit — and took the classic look to the next level by adding a floor-length cape.
Tessa ThompsonFrazer Harrison/Getty Images
Tessa Thompson looked statuesque in a black dress with gold embellishments.
Lady GagaFrazer Harrison/Getty Images
Lady Gaga offere
There’s no host at this year’s Oscars ceremony, but everything looks to be going off without a hitch as the presenters gave hugs and kisses to the nominees behind the scenes. The Oscars have been mired in controversy this year, from the lack of a host after Kevin Hart withdrew over homophobic tweets to a reversed decision to present four awards in commercial breaks.