Hollywood Stars Attend Oscar Parties

2013 Vanity Fair Oscar Party - Arrivals

There’s only one thing as glitzy and glamorous as the Academy Awards‘ red carpet — all the parties!

Some of our favorite celebrities celebrated the 85th Academy Awards in style. Miley Cyrus and fiancé Liam Hemsworth were seen at the Vanity Fair Oscar After Party, along with Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens. At GBK’s Pre-Oscars Luxury Lounge at Sofitel Hotel Los Angeles,  ’True Blood’ actress Camilla Luddington and ‘Twilight’ actor Noel Fisher enjoyed checking out all the fun swag!

Celebrity Teen Scoop caught up with some of our fave celebs at the OK! Magazine star-studded Pre-Oscar party at the Emerson Theatre in Hollywood, Calif.

Lilly Ghalichi of ‘Shahs of Sunset’ opened up about why she was ecstatic about Oscars weekend.

“Why am I excited? Because I get to live here! This is my life and it’s very exciting,” the reality TV star said.

She went on to talk about her other plans for Oscars weekend.

“A lot of work. I launched my eyelash line and they all just came in. I have thousands of orders to fill, organize, and ship.”

Another ‘Shahs of Sunset’ star Golnesa Gharachedaghi (GG) also made a fashionable entrance to the OK! Magazine Pre-Oscars bash. Like Lilly, she listed “living in L.A.” as her main reason why she loved Oscars weekend.

“I was born and raised in L.A., so Oscars weekend has always been a big deal in this city. I am happy to be here celebrating with all my friends. A lot of the people here at this party are my friends, so it’s nice to be here celebrating with them,” she shared.

LMFAO’s Redfoo also stopped by the OK! Magazine soiree with his girlfriend Victoria Azarenka, who happens to be the #2 women’s tennis player in the world. We had a chance to ask him about his thoughts on the Oscars.

“Movies and acting are so amazing. What goes into making a film a film is like a slice of life. You have relationships and you have a fun story, even if it’s a comedy or drama. Movies are the greatest expression of art because everything is in it- music, art, acting, painting, sports. It’s all in movies. Movies are how we get inspired. When I watched Karate Kid, I said to my mom, “You’ve got to enroll me in karate!” I got all the way up to yellow belt. Then I saw Rocky and I started boxing. I got all the way to a third round in a match and I got knocked out. Then I saw Rounders and I went to Vegas, trying to do the poker thing,” the ‘Party Rock’ singer said.

So did a movie inspire him to get into music? Of course!

“Purple Rain did, as well as Beat Street. ‘Beat street, the king of the beat is rockin’ them beats from across the street, uh huh!’

Victoria also shared how she is new to the Hollywood scene.

“I am just accompanying Stefan (Redfoo) and I am really looking forward to being at one of the first Oscars parties. I am not really familiar with this kind of lifestyle; I am more into the athletic world, playing tennis. This is different for me,” the tennis champion said.

And at Debbie Durkin’s ECO-Oscars Party, Celebrity Teen Scoop had a chance to catch up with ‘Sonny with a Chance’ actress Jillian Murray about her excitement for Oscar weekend.

“I am an actress and I am excited to support my fellow actors. I want to be out and about and surrounded by all these creative people as much as I can. Oscars weekend is great, because actors come out from all different states. Many actors are from New York and Canada and everyone is in L.A. for Oscars week,” she said.

We also got to chat with Disney Channel actress Natalie Alyn Lind at the ECO-Oscars soiree.  She opened up about her plans for the rest of Oscar weekend.

“We like to have an Oscars party at our house and invite a lot of people over. We get in our pajamas and watch the Oscars, and we always fill out Oscars ballots and see who wins,” Natalie shared.

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