Stars, style and glamour - the Oscars has it all – and within just a few weeks we'll all be looking out for who's been nominated and what they're wearing as they strut their stuff up the red carpet.
What's more, we'll be keen to see who's on the guest list for the most prestigious party in town, Night of 100 stars party! Previous years have seen high profile stars and celebs such as Jamie Foxx, Patrick Stewart, David Hasslehoff and Jeff Goldblum sipping champagne cocktails as they party into the night.
This year Capital FM and Netflix are offering you and a friend the chance to attend this legendary bash in L.A! You'll stay in in the luxurious 5 star Four Seasons Beverly Wiltshire hotel in Beverly Hills for five days, and be taken for a shopping trip on Rodeo Drive with a celebrity stylist. The lucky pair will be presented with $2,000 to spend on a fabulous new outfit for the star-studded event.
All you need to do to is click here to enter.
Plus the fun doesn't end there, as Capital FM and Netflix will also be offering you more chances to win daily prizes. Simply find a different superstar code each day and enter online. Each superstar daily code will light up a Hollywood star and grant you access into the prize draw for that day. You won't want to miss out as they'll be iPads, Xbox 360 Kinect's and for film lovers Netflix subscriptions!
To get you started, here's one of the superstar codes:N3WSHO3S
Just enter this code when you sign up to the competition. There are daily codes to be found, so check back on the site to get a clue where you can find the next superstar code.
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