Stars Hit the Oscars!

Entertainment Feb. 24, 2008 AT 8:16PM
Cameron Diaz & Miley Cyrus arrive at the Academy Awards, Feb. 24, 2008. Cameron Diaz & Miley Cyrus arrive at the Academy Awards, Feb. 24, 2008. Credit: Steve Granitz / Wire Image

The rain and frigid 50-degree temperatures didn't keep the stars away from the Oscars at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood. George Clooney brought his girlfriend Sarah Larson as his date.

Jessica Alba hid her bump in Marchesa as she walked the carpet with fiance Cash Warren. She admitted to Ryan Seacrest that she would breastfeed her baby, due this spring.

Heidi Klum was a lady in red, donning a chic Galliano gown. She said she wasn't looking forward to seeing any celebs. She was just glad her husband Seal could join her at the ceremony tonight. (Seal admitted to Seacrest before the show that he has written some songs for her for a future collaboration.)

Presenter Miley Cyrus admitted to Regis Philbin before the show that she was starstruck being at the Oscars. "It's crazy to be standing here on the red carpet!" she said. "Everything's been a real whirlwind." Of her Valentino frock, she said, "I feel like Cinderella!" "It's exciting to be here!"

A Dior-clad Cameron Diaz told Philbin before the show. "The energy ... the fans, they love seeing everyone walk down the red carpet. It's fun!"

Jennifer Garner did press without husband Ben Affleck. She couldn't stop gushing about her comedy Juno, which is up for Best Picture. "I'm just enjoying every minute of it!" she said.

Katherine Heigl walked the red carpet solo (husband Josh Kelley was away touring). Heigl will still be in good company: Her Grey's Anatomy costar Patrick Dempsey and his wife Jillian are also at this year's show.

Stay tuned to Usmagazine.com for complete Oscar coverage.

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