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Piers Morgan patrols the red carpet at Sunday's 86th Academy Awards
March 3rd, 2014
01:38 AM ET

Piers Morgan patrols the red carpet at Sunday's 86th Academy Awards

Once again donning a Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo, and this time around pairing the ensemble with a Tom Ford shirt, on Sunday evening Piers Morgan stood "suited and booted" amongst the world's biggest film stars, anchoring CNN's red carpet coverage of the 86th Academy Awards.

For nearly two hours the "Piers Morgan Live" host did what he does best: rubbed elbows and traded jabs with the likes of Amy Adams, Jennifer Lawrence, and Kate Hudson, while nearly charming the white dinner jacket off the back of Jared Leto.

For a comprehensive representation of Morgan's night on the famed Hollywood red carpet, scroll down, and dress to impress ....

"Lean On Me," with the women of "20 Feet from Stardom."

"I'm vaguely nervous, but I'm so excited." Liza Minnelli

Kristin Chenoweth to Piers Morgan: "I love you to death"

Amy Adams, a deserted island and which leading man?

Chiwetel Ejiofor on "12 Years a Slave": "Everyone is deeply proud of it"

John Legend: "I come here as a fan"

Alfre Woodard: "Piers, you're asking me what I'm wearing? You don't even care!"

"My heart is telling me it's going to be a good night" – Lupita Nyong'o

Brit vs. Brit: Benedict Cumberbatch makes Piers Morgan "insanely" jealous

Bette Midler: "Oh Piers! It's you"

Jared Leto as "best looking dude on the carpet": "I'll take it where I can get it, man"

"I tripped on a cone ... shouldn't have those lying around" – Jennifer Lawrence

David O. Russell: "I had a peanut butter sandwich in the car"

Kate Hudson: "I should keep my lips shut"

Meanwhile, following the envelopes, the speeches, the tears, and the hugs, it was time... for the parties! Posted up outside the Governor's Ball, Nischelle Turner snagged the celebrities and winners as they strolled along.

Chenoweth on Matthew McConaughey's speech: "I cried ... I love what he said"

Jared Leto on his Oscar trophy: "It's heavy, it's substantial, it's beautiful"

Chiwetel Ejiofor: "Sometimes after shooting, yes, we needed a stiff drink"

Alfonso Cuarón learns he is the first Latino Best Director: "Okay. Bueno"

Lupita Nyong'o on her win: "It could have gone five different ways"

Cate Blanchett: "I'm a little sick of the sound of my own voice"

Watch the clips, listen to the interviews, and relive Piers Morgan and Nischelle Turner's evening on the famed red carpet and at the after-parties.
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