It's hard to think of someone who had a better night last night than Lady Gaga. At long last, the singer and actress not only walked home with her very first Oscar, but got to perform her chart-topping hit "Shallow " from her film A Star Is Born on the grand stage, all while channeling Audrey Hepburn with a gigantic 128-carat Tiffany & Co. diamond necklace around her neck. Well, the last time the diamond was worn was in 1961, when Audrey Hepburn wore it in publicity posters for Breakfast At Tiffany's. So yeah, Gaga's had a hell of a 24 hours.
Lead makeup artist Bruce Grayson says he'll be using the “the greatest invention in makeup” at this year’s Oscars.
From Regina King and Olivia Coleman to Lucy Boynton and Ashley Graham, a single trend tied together many of the A-list looks at the 91st Academy Awards.
McCarthy paired her comfy look with diamonds, while husband Ben Falcone hit the red carpet in Converse sneakers.
As the Oscars rolled out its 91st red carpet, we were dazzled to see a parade of our favorite stars and celebs glammed up in a hyper-color rainbow of gowns. It seemed like poppy, springy shades ruled the night: from bold red (Rachel Weisz) to a searing hot magenta-pink (Gemma Chan) to dazzling silver (Jennifer Lopez). The colors we see on the red carpet always serve up major inspiration as we fill our closets in preparation for parties, weddings, and even prom.
The model's daring Rami Kadi gown featured a loincloth-style skirt that exposed the entire length of her legs.
Bradley Cooper did more than transform into a musician for his role in "A Star Is Born" — the actor self-tanned daily.
At the Oscars, Jason Momoa dressed to match his wife, Lisa Bonet, in a fetching shade of dusty pink with co-ordinated scrunchie.
The actress arrived at the Dolby Theatre in a statement-making dress on Sunday that has incited mixed reviews.
Don’t just judge the looks on the red carpet in the comments section (feel free to do that too though), and actually pick who is best and worst dressed at the 2019 Oscars. Click on the arrows and vote up for your favorites and the down for the least liked. Remember to check back throughout the night to see how everyone else feels about all the attendees from Constance Wu in Versace to Linda Cardellini in a hot pink gown that Twitter has a lot of feels about. Click here to read all of Yahoo’s coverage from the Academy Awards.
Is there a more dramatic time to debut a brand-new look than right before the biggest awards show of the year? Ahead of the 2019 Oscars, Clarke, who's been blonde for more than a year now, showed fans that she's back to her natural brunette roots with a backseat selfie as she was en route to the Oscars red carpet. Clarke's relationship with her blonde hair has been tumultuous, to say the least: She once called it "frigging stupid" because the bleached-out look meant she was more recognizable by Game of Thrones fans than ever before.