09/02/2020 22:02 GMT | Updated 10/02/2020 07:10 GMT

Oscars 2020 Red Carpet: All The Photos You Need To See From The Academy Awards

Renée Zellweger, Charlize Theron and Brad Pitt were among the A-listers nominated for awards in 2020.

The statues have been polished, the votes have been counted (and, hopefully, verified) and now the celebrities have hit the red carpet at this year’s Oscars.

Every year, the Academy Awards are the high point of the showbiz calendar, with some of the biggest names from the last 12 months of film waiting to find out whether they’ve won an Oscar for their performances.

This year’s contenders were a particularly star-studded bunch, and we’re happy to say that they more than delivered on the red carpet.

Among the A-listers in attendance at Sunday night’s ceremony were Renée Zellweger, Cynthia Erivo, Joaquin Phoenix and Antonio Banderas, all of whom were up for Best Actor or Actress at this year’s ceremony.

Also providing big red carpet moments were Supporting nominees, like Margot Robbie, Florence Pugh, Tom Hanks and, of course, Brad Pitt.

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Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt and Cynthia Erivo on the Oscars red carpet

But it wasn’t just the stars up for awards who caught our attention as they made their way into the event.

With the Oscars going without a host for the second year running, the Film Academy roped in different stars to present awards over the course of the night, meaning there were even more celebs in attendance than usual.

This included some HuffPost faves like Timothée Chalamet, Olivia Colman, and Sandra Oh, while Billie Eilish and Billy Porter were among the performers during the awards show.

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Olivia Colman. Billy Porter and Billie Eilish

Check out the gallery below for all of the red carpet pics you need to see from this year’s Oscars...

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