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The singing and dancing students of McKinely High were feeling plenty of school spirit last night for their big man on campus. Ryan Murphy, creator of "Glee," was honored at the Paley Center with an Icon Award for... well, being iconic, basically? Which he is! And to show their support, pretty much every major player from Lima, Ohio, came out to help celebrate the achievement of their paterfamilias.

Lea Michele, in a sexy sheer gown with lace bustier top, enjoyed some snuggly photo ops with boyfriend Cory Monteith on the red carpet; Jenna Ushkowitz kept cozy with a white blazer over her black dress; and Jayma Mays went for a fun, fresh, high-contrast look in a pencil dress with a melon-hued Mondrian pattern.

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Consider this proof positive that you don't have to be up for an Academy Award to have an award-worthy Oscar night out: Just look at the stars of "The Vampire Diaries" in their Sunday best at the Elton John AIDS Foundation viewing party last night!

Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder (along with executive producers Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec) were all looking lovely, with Nina donning a black-and-white backless dress that held its own against any movie maven's red-carpet look—not to mention that her gentlemen costars' sexy smoldering could give Clooney a run for his money.

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It was the biggest night in the movie biz Sunday as Hollywood's finest actors and filmmakers gathered for the 85th annual Academy Awards, and nobody had a bigger big night than Jennifer Lawrence. From a big dress, to a big win, to a big whoopsie fall on her way to the podium, Jennifer was a star standout at last night's ceremony—and the Oscar photographers were with her every step of the way, as you can see in this gallery of her best moments from the evening.

It all starts on the pre-show red carpet, where Jennifer dazzled in a blush-colored Dior dress with a voluminous skirt. (Maybe a little too voluminous, all things considered.) There's a lovely, spontaneous meeting with "Silver Linings Playbook" co-star Bradley Cooper, followed by a shot of the whole cast seated and watching the show... and then, of course, it's all about the Oscar.

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If we didn't know better, we'd think Rachel Korine, Vanessa Hudgens, Selena Gomez and Ashley Benson were on their own (early) extended spring break. After all, the starlets have made stops in Paris and Berlin this week to promote their upcoming "Spring Breakers," and now they've landed in Madrid to continue the worldwide publicity tour, posing for a slew of promotional pics. (In which, it should be noted, Ashley once again opted for a decolletage-baring black dress. Hey, if you find a look that works...)

In case you missed it, the leading ladies' co-star James Franco penned a piece for MTV New yesterday in which he revealed the inspiration for his gritty, grungy character Alien, who snares the breakers in his own tangled web. Be sure to check it out!

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Oh la la! "Spring Breakers" Ashley Benson, Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens and Rachel Korine traded in their belly-baring bikinis for captivating couture last night to premiere their dark drama at Paris' Le Grand Rex.

From Selena's cerulean Gucci to Vanessa's poofy pink Rafael Cennamo, the lovely leading ladies left the beach behind and turned up the glam for the French fete, and we loved it!

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He might be two movies deep into "The Hunger Games" franchise, but all that action in the arena hasn't dampened Josh Hutcherson's thirst for competition. The actor was one of two dozen Hollywood favorites who took the field for this weekend's DirecTV Celebrity Beach Bowl, a friendly flag football game that revs up fans for the high-octane action of the Super Bowl.

Josh was the only tribute on this year's teams, but the vampire-related franchises of the entertainment world were spectacularly well-represented: Ian Somerhalder, Nina Dobrev, Ryan Kwanten and Peter Facinelli all spent some time on the field. And for those who care, it was the Blue team (led by real, actual football player Michael Strahan) who passed, tackled and touchdown-ed their way to victory on Saturday...but let's be honest, the real appeal of the Celebrity Beach Bowl is less about the game itself and more about seeing our favorite celebs wearing shorts, talking smack and rolling around in the sand. Which they did. And it was fantastic.

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Definitive proof stars are not just like us: While we huddled underneath afghans, spooning seven-layer dip directly into our mouths, Hollywood's hottest enjoyed prime placement for all of the proceedings at tonight's Big Game. (The better to see those spandexed butts with, my dear!)

Ashley Greene, Anna Faris, Katharine McPhee and Olivia Munn were just a few of the famous faces spotted at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, where the Baltimore Ravens eeked out a 34-31 win over the San Francisco 49ers. And, of course, we've got all the snaps to prove it!

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by Joel Hanek

A staple of the cinema scene, the Sundance Film Festival has welcomed celebrities over the span of their careers—from indie child darlings to A-list award winners. Dusting off the old Sundance yearbooks, we’ve assembled some of the most adorable photos of our favorite celebs before they were the megastars they are today.


What are the chances that Ryan still has that shirt? (2003)

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by Joel Hanek

Sundance is the place where celebrity friends and family get together for both work and play. While promoting their movies at the famous film fest, actors are reunited with their co-stars in snowy Park City. We took a look back at this unofficial Sundance tradition and found candid pics of our the cutest twosomes throughout Sundance history.


As their stars rise, Kristen Stewart and Eddie Redmayne joke about how they'll take over the world in a few years. (2008)

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Remember yesterday when we told you that handsome "Teen Wolf" actor Daniel Sharman would be narrating the audiobook version of Cassandra Clare's long-awaited "Infernal Devices" conclusion, "Clockwork Princess"? Well, here—for your viewing pleasure—is an image of Daniel in the recording studio, primed to read Cassie's words with his swoon-worthy British accent. All together now: SWOOOOOOOOON!

But also, we should probably be totally jealous, right? Because in front of him, in all its glory, is a finished copy of "Clockwork Princess"—something we won't be able to get our grubby little hands (or ears) on until March 19. Do you think Daniel would accept a two-day-old PB&J sandwich bribe to tell us how it all ends? No? Bloody hell!

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