I confess that I've yet to watch repeat transmission of Oscars 2018. Thanks to time difference, I was unable to wake up at 5am and watch them live. That was the time in Pakistan.
Anyways, here are my favourites from the red carpet.
1. Nicole Kidman
Nicole Kidman absolutely stole the show at Oscars
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I’ll admit it off the bat: In the
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