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Our Favorite Looks From The 94th Oscars Awards Red Carpet
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Our Favorite Looks From The 94th Oscars Awards Red Carpet

The head-turning red carpet moments on a night to remember.

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The red carpet has been laid and the stage has been set for what is predicted to be a major night in Hollywood. Today, March 27 marks the 94th Oscars, and the stars are aligned, dressed to the nines as they honor some of the films’ most talented performers, screenwriters, costume designers, and more. We have our fingers crossed for Academy Award-winner hopefuls who we’ve predicted might walk away with the gold tonight. While we wait for the famous “And the winner is” line that often cements the Oscar winner’s status, let’s get into these head-turning red carpet looks.


By far one of the most-watched and most talked about red carpets in awards season, these are the looks that we’re deeming best dressed in what will be a night to remember.

1.Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith

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2.Tracee Ellis Ross

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3.Queen Latifah

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4.Niecy Nash and Jessica Betts

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5.Zoë Kravitz

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6.Tiffany Haddish

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7.Maya Rudolph and Paul Thomas

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8.Megan Thee Stallion

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9.Pauletta and Denzel Washington

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10.Serena Williams

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11.Zendaya

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12.H.E.R.

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13.Cynthia Erivo

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14.Halle Bailey

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15.Chloe

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16.Wesley Snipes

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17.Wanda Sykes

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18.Jill Scott

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19.Samuel L. Jackson and LaTanya Richardson Jackson

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20.Venus Williams

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21.Aunjanue Ellis

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22.Ariana DeBose

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23.Daniel Kaluuya

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24.Lupita Nyong'o 

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