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The Oscars - the biggest night of the year for Hollywood - is set to take place on Sunday evening as the biggest stars from film come together for an event watched by millions across the globe.
The Academy Awards 2013 main awards show will start from 8.30 p.m. ET (5.30 p.m. PT) and can be watched online through free live stream (details provided below).
The stars are of course scheduled to arrive to grace the red carpet event prior to the main awards show, with fashionistas looking out for the best and worst dressed at this year's event.
The event this year is taking place at the Dolby Theatre at the Hollywood & Highland Center in Los Angeles, Ca. and will not just be the top film awards of the year, but also one of the top fashion events of the year.
The event this year will be hosted by Family Guy's Seth MacFarlane and "Spiderman" actress Emma Stone.
One of the major developments prior to this year's event surrounded Ben Affleck and his popular film Argo.
Only six times in the history of the Oscars has the winner of the Best Director not resulted in a Best Picture award. So many have said that when actor and director Ben Affleck wasn't nominated in the former category, the odds seemed to be stacked against Argo obtaining the top awards honor.
A few months back, when Affleck's movie was about to hit the theatres, he paid no attention to the speculation for an award, according to Dawn.
"When you work for as long as we all have on something like this, the focus is just on the audience coming to see it. Otherwise, you're just a tree in the woods."
Lincoln is also one of the other major favorites for the Best Picture award. The historical piece has accrued 12 nominations.
Unlike Argo, the movie is one of the favorites in both the Best Picture category and Best Director, and many have touted the film to garner the Best Actor award as well.
The Oscars 2013 will take place on Sunday night and can be watched online through free live stream by clicking HERE.
Coverage of the event will begin on Sunday, Feb. 24 at 8:30 p.m. EST.