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Angelina Jolie sticks one of her eight pereiopods out from beneath her carapace on the Oscars red carpet in Hollywood on Sunday.

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Brad Pitt can't help himself: He just wants to rip that pereiopod off and suck out the meat.

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George Clooney and his golden statuesque pose on the Oscars red carpet on Sunday.

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Jennifer Lopez (left) and Cameron Diaz compare statuettes at the Academy Awards on Sunday.

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Milla Jovovich cracks her makeup on the Oscars red carpet on Sunday.

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And then she rips her forearm out of its elbow socket and flaps it around.

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Thank goodness she's not insane.

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English actress Jane Seymour says "C'mon over some time, big boy" on the Oscars red carpet Sunday.

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And Jean Dujardin says "I don't think so" on the Oscars red carpet Sunday.

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After playing a stereotypical Kazakh dolt and a stereotypical gay Austrian fashion reporter, Sacha Baron Cohen comes up with an entirely new idea for a movie: playing a stereotypical North African despot. Here he is in character on the Oscars red carpet on Sunday.

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Later, Sacha Baron Cohen pretended to spill the ashes of Kim Jong-Il on the red carpet, causing one security guard to step in when he thought it was the cocaine for Vanity Fair after-party.

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"After-party?!?"

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"Did someone say after-party?!?" asks Missi Pyle on the Oscars pre-after-party red carpet Sunday.

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"I have to go to a stinkin' after-party?" complains voice actress June Foray, who is in fact the person who voiced Cindy Lou Who in "How the Grinch Stole Christmas," so she can do whatever she wants, frankly.

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Nick Nolte arrives at the Oscars with his son Brawley. His other sons Fracasly and Donnybrookly stayed home.

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Prince Albert of Monaco keeps a tight grip on his dashing wife Princess Charlene at the Oscars on Sunday.

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A worker on the red carpet carries a cue card for one of those probing, complex questions your average TV entertainment reporter cannot possibly be expected to actually memorize or come up with spontaneously.

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A whistling nun appears on the Oscars red carpet Sunday. That has got to be the weirdest thing on the red carpet, right? There can't be anything more difficult to explain than that!

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Oh, right.

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Best actress nominees Meryl Streep (right) and Rooney Mara threaten to kill each other at the Academy Awards on Sunday.

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Talk show host Kelly Ripa, or what's left of her, poses on the Oscars red carpet on Sunday.

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Melanie Griffith is standing by herself and proud of it! On the red carpet at the Oscars on Sunday.

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"Way to go, Melanie!"

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