Whoopi Goldberg said her dress was inspired by Bette Midler in "All About Eve." Photo: Jeff Kravitz/Getty Images
Isla Fisher wears an off-the-shoulder Marchesa gown. Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images
Michael Keaton wears a classic tux. Photo: VALERIE MACON/Getty Images
Michael Strahan's take on the blue suit. Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images
Add Robin Roberts to the list of attendees who dressed up as an actual Oscar. Photo: VALERIE MACON/Getty Images
Superman Henry Cavill wears a velvet blazer. Photo: Todd Williamson/Getty Images
Performer Sam Smith wears a Dunhill tux. Photo: Todd Williamson/Getty Images
Jason Segel. Photo: Jeff Vespa/Getty Images
Shoutout to songwriter Diane Warren for dressing as a Fun Aunt. Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images
Maria Menounos wears a one-of-a-kind Christian Siriano gown inspired by a chalice, which represents Stella Artois' 'Buy a Lady a Drink' campaign. Photo: Steve Granitz/Getty Images
Lara Spencer wears a royal blue gown. Photo: Todd Williamson/Getty Images
Congrats to Joy Mangano, a.k.a. the real "Joy," for nabbing an Oscars invite. Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images
It wouldn't be a red carpet without Ryan Seacrest. Here he is in a grey Ryan Seacrest Distinction tux. Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images
Andra Day in a yellow one-shouldered gown. Photo: Steve Granitz/Getty Images
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They're finally here: the Oscars! Even if you're planning to be deep in a wine- and cheese-fueled slumber by the time the awards ceremony starts, the red carpet will provide hours of entertainment, speculation, and most of all, intense scrutiny. It's the most important night in celebrity fashion, and we're here to document it all.