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After the Oscars: Stars celebrate at Governors Ball, InStyle party, and more

Once the Oscars had all been handed out, it was time to party in Hollywood. EW made the rounds last night at the Governors Ball and other events around town. Read to find out who was partying into the wee hours!

Immediately following the Oscar ceremony, stars flocked upstairs to the Governors Ball. Catered for the last 19 years by Wolfgang Puck, stars ate delicacies like smoked salmon and caviar on Oscar-shaped crackers, chicken pot pie with black truffles, and chocolate soufflé with espresso ice. Attendees were treated to the sounds of crooner and pianist Michael Feinstein, who played Broadway and movie classics – quite in keeping with the music theme of the ceremony itself.

Around the room, celebs hobnobbed and drank champagne. Les Miserables Best Actor nominee Hugh Jackman and his wife sat near the stage with his family, in from Australia for the occasion. Said Jackman of being on stage earlier in the night: “It was an unbelievably fun experience to perform at the Oscars — and so much more relaxing not to have to host.”
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Jennifer Lawrence talks to press after her win: 'I did a shot before... Sorry' -- VIDEO

It’s no secret that Jennifer Lawrence is just an all-around amazing quote machine. So naturally she had a bit to say to press backstage after she tripped and fell while collecting her Best Actress statue. When asked by reporters what she was thinking when she fell down, she was honest: “What went through my mind when I fell down? A… a bad word… that I can’t say. It starts with ‘F’,” she said with a laugh. She also expressed confusion when asked to describe her day-of primping routine: “I took a shower?”

Lawrence also owned up to a little backstage drinking, which probably lowered some Oscar night inhibitions. It’s not exactly kissing your brother, but Lawrence managed to turn plenty of heads with this press room middle finger, which reports claim was made in jest.

Watch her full Q&A with reporters below: READ FULL STORY

EW's Morning Bite: And the best sound bite from last night is...

Submitted by Guest: 

Argo tells the previously classified story about an American hostage rescue in post-revolutionary Iran. The story was so top secret that the film’s director is unknown to the Academy.”

 Seth MacFarlane at the Oscars.

Come back tonight to share your pick for best sound bite!

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Morning Bite
What did you think of Seth MacFarlane as Oscars host?
Seth MacFarlane’s Oscar jokes — Read them here!
Oscars 2013: Winners and Losers

Oscars 2013: Celebs mingle, cheer each other on inside the Dolby Theatre

Inside the Dolby Theatre, the array of dresses, tuxes, champagne flutes, Hollywood chatter, and discussion of which commercial break is best for making a run to the bar sometimes overshadow watching the show itself. Sunday night was no exception, as the audience from our vantage point in the first mezzanine reacted positively to host Seth MacFarlane and screamed loudly for winners like Life of Pi and Argo. But what happens when the show takes a break? Who’s hanging out with whom in the lobby? Here are a few of our favorite insider scenes from Sunday night’s Oscars.

The commercial breaks seem so fast. You may be longing for the DVR when you watch the Oscars at home, but inside, the breaks feel faster than you can say “and the Oscar goes to.” Commercials are the only time you can move into the lobby or back to your seat — and in floor length gowns, that’s no small task.

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What did you think of Seth MacFarlane as Oscars host?

We know how Seth MacFarlane thinks EW will grade his performance at the Oscars, but we want to know what you thought of the Family Guy creator as host. If you need a refresher, here’s a rundown of his jokes from the night. READ FULL STORY

Jennifer Lawrence falls on her way to accept Best Actress Oscar -- VIDEO

Of course Jennifer Lawrence ended her amazing awards season run by falling up the stairs.

The Silver Linings Playbook star, who was on her way to accept her award for Best Actress, fell before she reached the podium.

She quickly recovered. “You guys are just standing up because you feel bad that I fell,” she began in response to the audience’s standing ovation. Watch it below. READ FULL STORY

Kristen Stewart on crutches at Oscars because of foot injury, says makeup artist

For those who noticed Kristen Stewart’s crutches on the red carpet at the Oscars, and her subsequent limp when presenting the award for Best Production Design with Daniel Radcliffe, it’s because she injured her foot.

The star’s makeup artist explained to People that Stewart “cut the ball of her foot, quite severely, on glass two days ago” and is in “a little bit of pain.”

Luckily, they were able to find flats to go with her Reem Acra gown. Disaster avoided.

Related:
Oscars 2013: The winners so far…
Oscars 2013: EW’s special coverage
EW live at the Oscars — See our tweets!

Seth MacFarlane's Oscar jokes -- Read them here!

A rousing musical number called “We Saw Your Boobs.” William Shatner, as Star Trek’s Capt. James T. Kirk, beaming back from the future to declare the show a total disaster. A reenactment of the movie Flight done entirely with sock puppets. And a whole lot of jokes that skirted along—and sometimes right over—the edge of bad taste. Love it or hate it, Seth MacFarlane’s turn as Oscar host will definitely be talked about—which is almost certainly what the Academy was banking on when they hired the man behind Family Guy for the job. Here are some of the highlights and low blows. Check back for updates throughout the show.

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EW will give Seth MacFarlane a bad review, says Oscars host -- PHOTO

EW-MOMENT_510Throughout his Oscars monologue, Seth MacFarlane received “tomorrow’s” headlines from William Shatner (who appeared as Star Trek‘s iconic Captain James T. Kirk.) Since some of MacFarlane’s “future” segments — including a sock puppet re-enactment of Flight and his musical number “We Saw Your Boobs” — bombed, Shatner was trying to help the host salvage the show and his reputation. And with every improvement — Charlize Theron and Channing Tatum’s elegant dancing, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Daniel Radcliffe’s song and soft-shoe — the next day’s headlines were kinder to MacFarlane — slightly. By the end, MacFarlane’s future review said “Best Oscars ever, says everyone but Entertainment Weekly.” Thanks for the shout out, Seth!

Related:
Oscars 2013: The winners so far…
Oscars 2013: EW’s special coverage
EW live at the Oscars — See our tweets!

EW live at the Oscars -- See our tweets!

EW was on the red carpet at the Oscars interviewing stars — including Zoe Saldana, Samantha Barks, Daniel Radcliffe — and also backstage during the ceremony. Check out our best tweets, Vines, and pics from the night below! READ FULL STORY

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