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Exclusive: Inside Oscars After-Parties: Warren Beatty Keeps the Envelope!

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After an eventful 89th Academy Awards, the stars were ready to put the flubs behind them and celebrate Hollywood's big winners of the night.

Et's insiders were at all the exclusive after-parties on Sunday night, and got a glimpse at how the stars let loose! From Elton John's annual Oscars bash to the star-studded Governors Ball to Vanity Fair's invite-only soiree, check out what went down once the Academy Awards ended and the real partying began:

More: 9 Things You Didn't See On-Air at Oscars -- Cocktails, Chaos and Chefs

89th Annual Academy Awards Governors Ball

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After the epic Best Picture snafu at the end of the Oscars, presenter Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway were ready to let off some steam. At the Hollywood & Highland Center, Beatty was seen still holding an Oscars envelope after he and Dunaway accidentally read off La La Land as Best Picture when Moonlight was actually the winner.

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Et Obsessions: ‘When We Rise,’ Richard Simmons Podcast, ‘Chicago Justice,’ and Wolverine’s Goodbye

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Here at Et, we’re obsessed with a lot of things -- and for the week of Feb. 27 to March 5, this is what we’re most excited about:

Why We’re Obsessed With ‘Missing Richard Simmons

From filmmaker Dan Taberski comes a gripping new podcast that seeks to answer the question: Whatever happened to longtime fitness guru Richard Simmons? After disappearing from public life and seemingly ghosting all his close friends and supporters in 2014, Simmons mostly hasn’t been heard from since. Taberski, a fan and friend of Simmons, makes it his mission to find the answer to that question, while also uncovering what made Simmons the man he is today. The podcast, which is only two episodes in, blends the mystery of Serial with those E! True Hollywood Story specials that became popular in the late ’90s.

More: Richard Simmons Speaks Out: 'No One Should Worry About Me'

New episodes of Missing Richard Simmons premiere every Wednesday »

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Exclusive: Uma Thurman Brings the Intensity to Bravo’s ‘Imposters’ -- Watch the Clip!

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Uma Thurman is bringing the intensity (and star power) to Imposters, Bravo’s new scripted drama about a con artist named Maddie (Inbar Lavi), who tricks men and women to fall in love with her -- and who may have conned one too many victims, when Ezra (Rob Heaps), Richard (Parker Young) and Jules (Marianne Rendon) team up to track her down.

More: Uma Thurman Opens Up About 'Worst Decision' She's Ever Made in Turning Down a Role

Joining the series for a limited arc, Thurman plays Lenny Cohen, the ultimate fixer who quickly loses her patience with Maddie as she tries to learn more about Maddie’s latest distraction, Patrick (Stephen Bishop). Watch Et’s exclusive clip of Thurman’s second episode, “Cohen. Lenny Cohen.” below:

While Heaps doesn’t share any scenes with Thurman, he was onset while the Golden Globe-winning actress was filming. “Uma had this amazing scene with Inbar and I think it’s one »

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Exclusive: How Judd Apatow Has Cultivated Success on TV

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Judd Apatow is no stranger to success -- or the work it takes to get to where he’s at today.

After getting his start on TV as a co-creator and co-producer of The Ben Stiller Show and, later, honing his craft as a writer on The Larry Sanders Show, he wrote and produced Freaks and Geeks as well as creating Undeclared. Though they only lasted one season each, both shows would go on to become cult classics while Apatow largely shifted his focus to film. It was there he found box office success with Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, followed by an era of bromantic comedies with The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up and Superbad.

“I didn’t really plan to do TV,” Apatow tells Et on a snowy day in January -- the first of two conversations that coincidentally happened on snow-filled days during a surprisingly mild winter in New York City. While excited »

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Exclusive: Salma Hayek Saw Best Picture Mix-Up Go Down Backstage: ‘It Was Kind of Freaky’

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Salma Hayek saw it first.

The 50-year- old actress, who presented at Sunday's Oscars, opened up to Et’s Cameron Mathison at the Governors Ball after the show revealing she knew before anyone else about the Best Picture envelope mix-up, watching it all unfold backstage.

2017 Oscars: The Best, Worst and Weirdest Moments of the Night

“I actually heard the stage manager standing in front of me saying, ‘No, no, no, that is not the movie,’” she explained to Et of Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway announcing La La Land as the winner of the night’s biggest award instead of Moonlight.

“And so I saw it before it happened. I said, ‘What are they going to do now?’ and then I said, ‘Oh my god, they are going to say it.’”

“I actually saw it before everyone else and it was kind of freaky but exciting and I am just glad at least two movies got to »

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Steve Harvey Reacts to Epic Oscars Flub: 'I Can Help Warren Beatty Through This'

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Steve Harvey knows all about announcing the wrong winner.

While hosting Miss Universe in 2015, the 60-year-old comedian accidentally crowned Miss Colombia instead of the real winner, Miss Philippines.

On Sunday night at the 89th Academy Awards, a similar snafu occurred when presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway announced that La La Land won for Best Picture when Moonlight was actually the winner. "Guys. This is very unfortunate, what happened," Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel joked after the epic flub. "Personally, I blame Steve Harvey for this."

Watch: How the Oscars Best Picture Mix-Up Happened -- Everything We Know About the Envelopes So Far!

On Monday morning, Harvey reacted to the mishap on his radio show, and had some encouraging words and quips for Beatty. "Good morning everybody! Went to sleep early last night. So... what I miss?" he initially tweeted.

"I know all about that this. I know more than anyone else in this world," Harvey reacted »

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PricewaterhouseCoopers Apologizes to 'Moonlight' and 'La La Land' for Oscars Envelope Snafu

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There was a lot of apologizing following the 89th Academy Awards after presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway were given the wrong envelope and announced that La La Land was the winner of Best Picture instead of the actual winner, Moonlight.

PricewaterhouseCoopers, the accounting firm that tallies the Oscars, issued an apology on Sunday night in regard to the flub, and explained how something like this could have happened. "We sincerely apologize to Moonlight, La La Land, Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway, and Oscar viewers for the error that was made during the award announcement for Best Picture," read a statement from PricewaterhouseCoopers. "The presenters had mistakenly been given the wrong category envelope and when discovered, was immediately corrected."

Watch: Jimmy Kimmel Blames Steve Harvey for That Huge Mistake at the Oscars -- and the Internet Is Loving It!

The accounting firm further noted that they are looking into the matter. "We are currently »

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Oscars 2017: 9 Things You Didn't See On-Air During the Show: Cocktails, Chaos and Chefs

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While the 89th Annual Academy Awards were filled with more than its fair share of big surprises and one massive, baffling mishap, there was even more going on behind the scenes and off-camera that viewers at home didn't get a chance to witness.

From A-listers snapping selfies with fans at the bar to nominees taking political stands, here are just a few fun highlights of what you didn't get to see on Sunday:

Photos: Oscars 2017: See the Stars at All the Parties!

All the ACLUnity

A number of big stars and Oscar nominees took a strong political stance at the Academy Awards, rocking blue ribbons in support of the American Civil Liberties Union. Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ruth Negga and Karlie Kloss were some of the stars who showed their support on the red carpet and during the show.

Working Hard or Hartley Working?

The This Is Us star Justin Hartley attended the Oscars this year, and he made »

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Exclusive: 'Moonlight' Director Barry Jenkins Reacts to Best Picture Mix-Up: 'It Couldn't Have Been Easy'

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Moonlight director Barry Jenkins made history at the 2017 Oscars, though perhaps not in the way he intended.

"The last 20 minutes of my life have been insane,” Jenkins breathlessly told reporters backstage at Sunday’s awards show, after delivering a haphazard Best Picture acceptance speech for his sophomore directorial effort. “I don't think my life could be changed any more dramatically than [in] the last 20 or 30 minutes.”

Related: 'Moonlight' Is Best Picture at Oscars After Faye Dunaway Mistakenly Calls 'La La Land' Winner

This year’s Academy Awards were a bit predictable up until the final category of the evening, when presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway mistakenly announced La La Land as the Best Picture winner. The team behind Damien Chazelle’s colorful L.A. musical took the stage, and producer Jordan Horowitz delivered an emotional acceptance speech… before Academy officials informed the onstage group that Moonlight was the true winner.

“We spent so »

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How the Oscars Best Picture Mix-Up Happened: Everything We Know About the Envelopes So Far!

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Following Sunday's 89th Annual Academy Awards, viewers haven't stopped talking about the Best Picture snafu, arguably the night's most memorable (and confusing!) moment.

In case you missed it, chaos ensued when presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway accidentally announced La La Land as the winner of the Oscars' top honor, even going so far as to hand out statuettes to the producers as they made their way onstage to accept the accolade.

Watch: 'La La Land' Producer Jordan Horowitz Reacts to 'Shocking' Best Picture Flub

After a few brief words, La La Land producer Jordan Horowitz interrupted the acceptance speech to reveal there had been a major mishap. "Guys, I'm sorry, no, there's a mistake," he explained. "Moonlight, you guys won Best Picture. This is not a joke."

Asked by host Jimmy Kimmel how he and Dunaway read off the wrong winner, Beatty blamed it all on an envelope.

"I opened the envelope and it said, ' »

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Chrissy Teigen Got Sleepy at the 2017 Oscars, So She Just Snoozed -- See the Amazing Moment!

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Even when she falls asleep, Chrissy Teigen crushes it at life.

The supermodel attended Sunday night's very eventful Academy Awards in support of her husband, John Legend -- who performed a song medley from the Oscar darling film he co-starred in, La La Land -- but despite all the twists and turns, at one point Teigen was spotted dozing off during the show.

More: Watch John Legend's Captivating 'La La Land' Oscars Performance

Many on Twitter were quick to have fun with the 31-year-old's sleepy awards show moment.

Watch: Jimmy Kimmel Leads Standing Ovation for 'Highly Overrated' Meryl Streep, Mocks President Trump at 2017 Oscars

To be fair to Chrissy, the Oscars can be a truly long and exhausting experience!

Meanwhile, despite Teigen's sleepiness, Jimmy Kimmel hosted what may have been the most eventful Oscars in years.

Photos: 2017 Oscars: See Who Won!

Watch the video below for the moment he brought a bunch of unsuspecting »

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Jimmy Kimmel Blames Steve Harvey for That Huge Mistake at the Oscars -- and the Internet Is Loving It!

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Yes, that really just happened at Hollywood's biggest night!

In the final moments of Sunday's broadcast of the 89th Annual Academy Awards, presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway mistakenly announced La La Land as the winner for Best Picture, but in reality, it was actually Moonlight that earned the top honor of the night.

"Guys. This is very unfortunate, what happened," host Jimmy Kimmel said to the stunned audience before cracking a joke. "Personally, I blame Steve Harvey for this."

More: 'Moonlight' Is Best Picture at Oscars After Faye Dunaway Mistakenly Calls 'La La Land' Winner

As the internet very clearly remembers, Harvey made the now-infamous mistake of announcing the wrong winner of Miss Universe in 2015. After accidentally crowning Miss Colombia instead of the real winner, Miss Philippines, Miss Universe host Steve Harvey said it was "an honest mistake" resulting from misreading the card.

Naturally, fans are having a field day on social media with the [link »

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Casey Affleck Reveals His One Oscar Acceptance Speech Regret

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With his new Academy Award in hand, Casey Affleck admits that his "heart sank" just moments after finishing his acceptance speech.

"I didn't thank my children, which is something I'll probably never, ever live down," Affleck told reporters backstage at the Oscars on Sunday. The 41-year-old star took home the award for Best Actor for his gut-wrenching role in Manchester by the Sea, beating out Denzel Washington, Andrew Garfield, Ryan Gosling and Viggo Mortensen for the honor.

"Three seconds after I left the stage, my phone rang and my son said, 'You didn't even mention us!' and my heart sank," Affleck said after his win. "That's probably the most significant thing I could have said."

Related: 'Manchester by the Sea' Director Kenneth Lonergan on Mel Gibson and the 'Special' Year of Movies 

Affleck did pay tribute his brother, Ben Affleck, during his time at the podium, after being teased earlier this awards season for neglecting to thank »

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Exclusive: 'La La Land' Producer Jordan Horowitz Reacts to 'Shocking' Best Picture Flub

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"That was quite a thing, huh?"

That's how La La Land producer Jordan Horowitz reacted to the Oscars' Envelopegate: the moment his film was mistakenly awarded Best Picture, before it was revealed that the wrong movie had been read off and Moonlight had actually won the night's biggest award.

Watch: Warren Beatty Explains Why He Read Off Wrong Best Picture Winner -- He Was Handed the Wrong Envelope

"It was a difficult situation, there's no doubt about that," Horowitz told Et on the red carpet of the post-Oscars Governors Ball. "But listen, things get thrown at you and you've got to kind of roll with it. And as I said, I was deeply happy to be able to give it to those guys. It really…I don't know. It's shocking, and I'm at a little bit of a loss for words."

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Though differing stories have been batted around in the wake of the Academy's snafu -- »

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Exclusive: Dev Patel Shares Sweet Oscars Moment With His Mom: 'I Never Thought I’d Be Here'

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Dev Patel brought a very special date to Sunday's Academy Awards: his mother, Anita Patel.

"I'm so excited I'm here," the Lion star gushed to Et's Kevin Frazier on the red carpet at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. "I never thought I'd be here," Anita said, after gushing about being "very proud" of her 26-year-old son.

Watch: Nicole Kidman, Dev Patel Give Roaring Performances in 'Lion' First Look

"This is a film about mothers and sons and their love," Dev explained of Lion. "So to bring [my mother] you know -- I didn't even think it was going to... fathom that this was going to happen and it has so, I'm very grateful."

The London native dished on sharing the night's festivities with his mother, as Anita joined in on the interview. It turns out, she’s not surprised by her son’s success, because he was “destined” to be an actor.

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Watch John Legend's Captivating 'La La Land' Oscars Performance

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Well before La La Land's big awkward Oscars moment -- you know the one -- John Legend delivered a whimsical and triumphant performance of the film's two Academy Award-nominated songs.

Surrounded by dancers recreating two of the film's dreamiest sequences, Legend sang a beautiful new arrangement of "Audition (The Fools Who Dream)" and "City of Stars," which would go on to win the trophy for Best Original Song.

Watch: Justin Timberlake Opens Oscars With 'Can't Stop the Feeling,' Dances Down Aisle and Kisses Wife Jessica Biel 

"'City of Stars' was summed up perfectly by composer Justin Hurwitz," actor Ryan Gosling said during an introduction of the performance. "He described it as both hopeful and melancholy."

Co-star Emma Stone, who won the award for Best Actress on Sunday night, said of "Audition": "It speaks to all of those who have big dreams."

In addition to playing the role of Keith in the film, Legend also served »

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2017 Oscars: The Best, Worst and Weirdest Moments of the Night

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The 89th Annual Academy Awards aired Sunday, with Jimmy Kimmel at the helm, and the star-studded show was filled with some incredibly close races and a few genuinely surprising upsets -- not to mention a slew of emotionally charged acceptance speeches.

Oh, and it was also the year that they made the most embarrassing mistake in the history of the Oscars when they announced the wrong Best Picture winner!

In honor of Hollywood's biggest night, here are a look at some of the best, worst and absolutely weirdest moments from this year's Oscars.

Photos: Oscars 2017: See the Stars at All the Parties!

The Best

Justin Timberlake Kicks Things Off on a Happy Note

Instead of starting the show with a traditional pre-taped comedy montage, the Oscars decided to let the endlessly charismatic Timberlake open the ceremony with a live, energetic performance of his Oscar-nominated song, "Can't Stop the Feeling," and it set »

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The Best (and Worst!) Dressed Stars at the 2017 Oscars

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It was a night of fierce fashion at the 89th Annual Academy Awards!

In celebration of the grand finale of awards shows, Hollywood's brightest stars brought their A-game with their red carpet looks. And while most looked stunning at Los Angeles' Dolby Theatre at the Hollywood & Highland center, there were a few celebrities who rocked far less favorable ensembles.

Now, Et's rounded up our favorite (and not so favorite!) outfits from the star-studded fête.

Watch: 2017 Oscars -- See Who Won!

Unsurprisingly topping off Et's Best Dressed List, the always stylish Emma Stone, who dazzled in Tiffany & Co. jewels and a gold Givenchy Haute Couture gown custom-designed by Riccardo Tisci. The dress' hue perfectly complemented the shiny statuette she accepted for Best Actress for her portrayal of Mia in La La Land.

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Hidden Figures star Taraji P. Henson put on a leggy display, sporting an off-the-shoulder navy velvet gown with a thigh-high slit. Her »

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Denzel Washington Did Not Look Happy About Casey Affleck's Best Actor Win at the 2017 Oscars

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This was awkward....

The Best Actor category at the 2017 Oscars was largely seen as a contest between Denzel Washington (Fences) and Casey Affleck (Manchester by the Sea). But when Affleck was announced as the winner, Washington did not look too happy.

More: 'Moonlight' Is Best Picture at Oscars After Faye Dunaway Mistakenly Calls 'La La Land' Winner

Despite Affleck calling him out by name, the 62-year-old actor and director appeared a bit unmoved.

People on Twitter were quick to note the seeming distaste.

Photos: 19 Best Dressed Stars at the 2017 Oscars

Some even speculated that presenter Brie Larson was less than enthused to be handing Affleck the award.

While Washington did not go home with Oscar gold Sunday night, his co-star, Viola Davis, did take home Best Supporting Actress.

What do you think of the awkward Oscars moment?

Watch: Black Actors Nominated in Every Acting Category for First Time in Oscar History


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'Moonlight' Is Best Picture at Oscars After Faye Dunaway Mistakenly Calls 'La La Land' Winner

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Don’t believe the hype.

After watching La La Land dominate the musical and directorial categories at Sunday’s Oscars -- and even take the stage as the night's winner -- Moonlight took home the Academy’s top award, winning Best Picture over the odds-on favorite.

Director Barry Jenkins, who also won Best Adapted Screenplay earlier in the night for the Moonlight script, which was based on co-writer Tarell Alvin McCraney’s play, In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue, accepted the award for the film -- after presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway mistakenly announced La La Land as the winner -- and was joined onstage by the film’s cast.

"Very clearly, even in my dreams, this could not be true," Jenkins told the astonished crowd. "But to hell with dreams, 'cause this is true. Oh my goodness."

Related: 'Moonlight' Star Mahershala Ali Wins First Academy Award and Makes Oscar History

Moonlight, which tells the »

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