PHOTOSET: 10 Glamorous Oscar Night Photos from 10 Best Actress Winners.

Jennifer-Lawrence-Calvin-Klein-Oscars-2013-Vanity-Fair-Party-02-600x967Jennifer Lawrence finishes an interview with journalist after winning last years Best Actress crown for her role in Silver Linings Playbook (2012). 

APTOPIX_84th_Academy_Awards_Governors_Ball_00c34Meryl Streep observes her third Academy Award for The Iron Lady (2011) with fellow winner Octavia Spencer who won in the Supporting Actress category for The Help (2011).

Pictures-Oscar-Winner-Natalie-Portman-Fox-Searchlight-PartyA stunning and very pregnant Natalie Portman keeps Oscar night sober after winning an Oscar for her dark turn in the ballet thriller Black Swan (2010). 

bullock_1592581iFunny lady Sandra Bullock stays poignant and stunning as an enthusiastic friend congratulates her for her dramatic turn in The Blind Side (2009). 

msk302008 Best Actress winner Kate Winslet wins for The Reader (2008) and allows the Reigning Queen Supreme (and fellow nominee) Meryl Streep hold her Oscar in front of photographers.

48510_marion_cotillard_8_governors_ball_partycu_240208_101_122_475loFrench beauty Marion Cotillard celebrates her win for La Vie en Rose (2007) with a glass of champagne. This is how the French do it!

item21.rendition.slideshowWideVertical.history-oscar-party-ss22Here’s a sight you don’t see everyday! Dame Helen Mirren jokes around with three of Hollywood’s leading men: Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx, funny man Vince Vaughn and her Oscar for The Queen (2006).

image1371777Although their marriage was nearly in the wraps, Reese Witherspoon was all smiles with her then-husabdn Ryan Phillippe when she took home Best Actress gold for Walk the Line (2005). 

77th Annual Academy Awards - Governors BallHilary Swank stands next to the Queen of Television, Oprah Winfrey, the night she won for her role in Million Dollar Baby (2004).

Charlize+Theron+Stuart+Townsend+2004+Entertainment+k5vlo_hRNYjlStuart Townsend holds then-girlfriend Charlize Theron during the night she won for Monster (2003).

SO WHO’S NEXT?

Trust me, in 30 or so years, these photos will be as effective (arguably) as this (or not):

Audrey

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