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Published: 14:10, 22 February 2017 |
Updated: 14:39, 22 February 2017
On Sunday, the biggest stars from the Silver Screen will take their seats for the 89th Academy Awards.
While our favourite actors and directors battle it out for a chance at an Oscar statuette, the real winners of the night will be decided in the pleats, trains and hemlines of the red carpet.
In the latest graphic puzzle from fashion search engine Lyst.com, you are challenged to spot the Oscar in a paparazzi pastiche of flashbulbs, celebrities and some of the most iconic dresses in Academy Awards history.
Everyone from Cher to Charlize has shown up in their top frocks to share the same red carpet for the first time.
So as well as the hidden Oscar can you also name all of the leading ladies (and their dresses) from award seasons past?
There are 16 to find in total
Elizabeth Taylor – unknown Best Actress 1961
Barbra Streisand – dress by Arnold Scaasi Ties for Best Actress 1969
Cher – dress by Bob Mackie Best Actress 1988
Jodie Foster – Off the rack Best Actress 1989
Jodie Foster – dress by Armani Best Actress 1992
Emma Thomson – dress by Giorgio Armani Best Actress 1993
Susan Sarandon – dress by Dolce & Gabbana Best Actress 1996
Gwyneth Paltrow – dress by Ralph Lauren Best Actress 1999
Julia Roberts – dress by Valentino Best Actress 2001
Halle Berry – dress by Elie Saab Best Actress 2002
Charlize Theron – dress by Gucci Best Actress 2004
Reese Witherspoon – dress by Christian Dior Best Actress 2006
Marion Cotillard – dress by Jean Paul Gaultier Best Actress 2008
Meryl Streep – dress by Lanvin Best Actress 2012
Jennifer Lawrence – dress by Christian Dior Best Actress 2013
Lupita Nyong’o – dress by Prada Best Supporting 2014
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