Watch the Oscars red carpet arrivals live online Sunday night to see the best and worst fashions at the annual awards show. The 87th Annual Academy Awards doesn’t start until 8:30 p.m. ET, but hours before the show begins, both ABC and E! will be offering live streaming coverage from the red carpet, where celebrities will be asked the biggest question of the night: “Who are you wearing?”
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Here are your options for watching the Oscars live online, including both the red carpet pre-show and the awards show. Starting at 5:25 p.m. ET on Sunday, E! Online will be offering live stream coverage of the red carpet fashion and celebrity interviews. Download the free E! Online app for iPhone, iPad, and Android mobile devices to watch all of the Oscars pre-show glamour. Feeling social? Follow E! on Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram for a behind-the-scenes look at the Academy Awards.
ABC will start their online coverage of the Academy Awards right from the red carpet starting at 7 p.m. ET via the WATCH ABC app. The network will continue streaming live once the Oscars starts (8:30 p.m. ET) inside the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
Not only will viewers be able to see “fashion, fashion and more fashion” during ABC’s red carpet live stream, the app also offers real-time coverage of the Academy Awards and backstage interviews with Oscar winners right after they make their acceptance speeches. Download the free Oscars ballot so you can predict the winners with your friends on Sunday night.
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Note: You must have a paid TV provider account (COX, Verizon FiOS, Comcast) and live in one of these cities to view the awards show live online. However, the red carpet portion of the show is available to everyone, even those who don’t have a cable television subscription.
If you miss one of your favorite celebrities on the red carpet, you can find plenty of photos online throughout the show on Oscars.go. Check the Academy’s Twitter feed and Facebook page for even more photos and videos of the best (and the worst) fashions of the night.
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In addition to the glitz and glamour on the Oscars red carpet on Sunday night, there will be several performances that you won’t want to miss. According to USA Today, the best original song nominees will perform on stage including Adam Levine for “Lost Stars” (Begin Again); Rita Ora for “Grateful” (Beyond the Lights); and Tim McGraw for “I’m Not Gonna Miss You” (Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me). Other performers include John Legend, The Lonely Island, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Hudson, and Anna Kendrick.
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