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If you can't beat the queen, be the princess: Penelope Cruz was far and away the red carpet winner, with a couture gown by Versace. Simply stunning.
One more shot, just so you can really appreciate the detail in the back. Marc says he picked this one out—who knew he had such fashion sense?
We're not usually a fan of Cameron Diaz, but she looked great in this sophisticated white dress. Wonder what her ex Justin Timberlake thought of it!
Adriana Barraza, nominated in the Best Supporting Actress category for Babel, knows exactly what's age- and body type-appropriate to wear. She's been to a lot of award shows this year, and she's looked fantastic at all of them. ¡Mejico presente!
Here's a trilogy we love to watch: Mexican directors Alfonso Cuaron, Alejandro Gonzalez-Iñarritu, and Guillermo del Toro. Oh, and their wives.
Alfonso Cuaron, pictured here with his wife, was up for Best Adapted Screenplay for Children of Men, which he also directed.
Guillermo Del Toro was the night's biggest Latino winner-his film Pan's Labirynth won 3 Academy Awards.
Guillermo Arriaga (pictured here with his family) was nominated for Best Original Screenplay for Babel.
Gustavo Santaolalla picked up the only award for Babel on Oscar night, for Best Original Score. We love him!
Jay Manuel, best known for his work on America's Next Top Model, gave red carpet commentary for the E! network. Wonder who gave him any makeup advice...
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa probably thinks getting to go to the Oscars is the biggest perk of his job.
We thought we'd leave you with a cutie: get used to seeing Rick Gonzalez-he's got quite a few movies coming out this year, beginning with John Singleton's Illegal Tender, which co-stars Tego Calderón.