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Those who didn't get a ticket to Nick's baby Oscars on Saturday had to make due with American Cinematheque's 24th Annual Award Presentation To Matt Damon at The Beverly Hilton. Luckily, it was pretty awesome.

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Sarah Silverman is a big fan of the perennially unflattering "Infanta skirt."


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Shawn Robinson rocks it in canary - a trying color.


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First of all, Marilyn from The Munsters called and she wants her hair back. Olivia Newton-John in Xanadu would claim the frock, but that would be indecent, and she's nice.


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Actress Patty McCormack does classic mother-of-the-bride chic, with a touch of Monet palette.


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Olivia Wilde, in awkward-length disco-slink.


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Producer Paula Wagner and the Horizontal Lines.


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Lauren Sanchez and the Pernicious Sexyfaces


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I kinda like that Joanna Kaye (with Paul Greengrass) is bringing the Frederick's of Hollywood element. To paraphrase Cosmo Brown, it's a Hollywood law.


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Paris Hilton ripping off Mattel is one thing. Stacy Keibler ripping off Paris Hilton ripping off Mattel is quite another!

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Apparently there is an unwritten rule that no attendee can look better than the guest of honor.