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Golden moments from inside the 2018 Oscars’ ceremony

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It’s the ultimate celebration in Hollywood.

From the emotionally-charged acceptance speeches, stylish red carpet, live TV disasters, (here’s hoping there’s not a Best Picture bungle repeat like last year!) to the powerful political protests, the Academy Awards are just as entertaining as a feature film.

And tonight, the best in the entertainment business are gathering at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, as host Jimmy Kimmel takes to the stage for the second year in a row for what’s sure to be a night to remember.

READ MORE: The full list of 2018 Oscar nominees and winners!

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Australia will be cheering on golden girl Margot Robbie as she goes head-to-head with the likes of Meryl Streep, Saoirse Ronan, Frances McDormand and Sally Hawkins for the Best Actress gong.

While the coveted Best Picture category is overflowing with incredible films including Call Me by Your Name, Darkest Hour, Dunkirk, Get Out, Lady Bird, Phantom Thread, The Post, The Shape of Waterand Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.

This year we’ll see musical acts from the likes of Sufjan Stevens, Common and Andra Day.

But the most anticipated performance will no doubt be double nominee Mary J. Blige, who will give a stirring rendition of her nominated track Mighty River from the movie Mudbound.

Click through the gallery to see all the best moments and behind-the-scenes snaps from the 2018 Oscars’ ceremony.

Actor Chadwick Boseman and actress Margot Robbie present the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay.

Helen Mirren shows off the wall of Oscars.

The Dame backstage.

Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph are the ultimate double act.

The Aussie squad! Margot Robbie and Nicole Kidman share a giggle backstage.

The Oscar nominee helped hand out snacks.

Aussie editor Lee Smith is presented his Oscar by Matthew McConaughey.

Jimmy Kimmel decides to take a step back in time, bringing back his younger self!

Making history! Get Out writer Jordan Peele picks up the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. He is the first-ever black person to win this award.

Allison Janney takes home her first Oscar for I, Tonya.

And her co-star Margot Robbie couldn’t be more proud.

Coco gives the ceremony a blast of Mexican flavour!

Don’t panic but Big Little Lies co-stars Nicole Kidman and Meryl Streep are HOLDING HANDS and our hearts can’t handle it. Meryl is set to play Nic’s mother-in-law in the upcoming second season.

Good sports! Margot Robbie and her mum talk to fellow Best Actress nominee, Frances McDormand.

Taraji P. Henson introduces Mary J. Blige’s performance.

Mary J. Blige’s performance gave us goosebumps.

The tall and the short of it! Kobe Bryant and Glen Keane go back-to-back.

Too funny! Helen Mirren shows off the jet ski Jimmy Kimmel is offering the celeb who makes the shortest Oscars’ speech.

Armie Hammer and Gal Gadot are your first presenters for the night.

Viola Davis takes to the stage to present the Best Supporting actor award.

And the winner is the very talented Sam Rockwell, who stunned the audience in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.

Co-star Woody Harrelson couldn’t be more proud!

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Sam Rockwell wins Best Supporting Actor at the Oscars

Sam dedicated his award to “my old buddy Phil Hoffman!”

Best Supporting Actor winner Sam Rockwell and Viola Davis backstage.

Meryl Streep and JLaw are our new dream BFFs.

Wine in hand, Jennifer Lawrence is living her best life.

Kumail Nanjiani and Lupita Nyongo.

Never change JLaw, never change.

JLaw might be the life of the party but she still know how to have a movie star moment.

Greta Gerwig and Laura Dern.

Following her stunning red carpet arrival, Nicole Kidman rubs shoulder with Sally Hawkins.

She was up for the Best Supporting Actress award in 2017 and this year, Nicole Kidman is back to present.

Host Jimmy Kimmel wasting no time ripping shreds off Harvey Weinstein.

“The world is watching us. We need to set an example. And the truth is, if we are successful here, if we can work together to stop sexual harassment in the workplace, if we can do that, women will only have to deal with harassment all the time in every other place they go,” Jimmy said in his opening monologue.

Allison Williams is ready for a fun night.

Cheers to another successful year!

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