Oscars 2021: Stars stun in risqué plunging gowns on red carpet

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While the 93rd annual Academy Awards has a much smaller guest list than usual, stars have still stunned on the red carpet held at Los Angeles' Union Station, where the awards will be held.

Promising Young Woman star Carey Mulligan stole the show in a gorgeous gold two-piece Valentino Haute Couture gown.

Carey Mulligan. Photo: Getty
Carey Mulligan. Photo: Getty

Regina King wore Louis Vuitton with some calling her the best dressed of the night.

Regina King. Photo: Getty
Regina King. Photo: Getty

Zendaya's yellow Valentino look was a gorgeous pop of colour on the red carpet.

Zendaya. Photo: Getty
Zendaya. Photo: Getty

Aussie star Margot Robbie is beautiful as always in Chanel.

Margot Robbie. Photo: Getty
Margot Robbie. Photo: Getty

 US singer and Grammy award winner Tiara Thomas stunned with a white suit with a plunging neckline.

US singer and Grammy award winner Tiara Thomas stunned with her plunging suit. Photo: Getty
US singer and Grammy award winner Tiara Thomas stunned with her plunging suit. Photo: Getty

Halle Berry showed off her new cropped 'do and showstopping gown.

Halle Berry. Photo: Getty
Halle Berry. Photo: Getty

Reese Witherspoon wore a gorgeous Dior gown.

Reese Witherspoon. Photo: Getty
Reese Witherspoon. Photo: Getty

Reese's bestie Laura Dern wore a black and white gown for the occasion.

Laura Dern. Photo: Getty
Laura Dern. Photo: Getty

Best Actress nominee Vanessa Kirby opted to show her midriff in a Gucci number.

Vanessa Kirby. Photo: Getty
Vanessa Kirby. Photo: Getty

The United States vs. Billie Holiday star Andra Day opted for a daring gold look.

Andra Day. Photo: Getty
Andra Day. Photo: Getty

Minari's Youn Yuh-jung and Han Ye-ri looked gorgeous on the red carpet with the pair hoping to taking out a number of awards.

Minari's Youn Yuh-Jung and Han Ye-ri looked gorgeous on the red carpet. Photo: Getty
Minari's Youn Yuh-Jung and Han Ye-ri looked gorgeous on the red carpet. Photo: Getty

Leslie Odom Jr. and Nicolette Robinson rocked the red carpet four weeks after welcoming their baby boy Able Phineas.

Leslie Odom Jr. and Nicolette Robinson. Photo: Getty
Leslie Odom Jr. and Nicolette Robinson. Photo: Getty

Alan Kim, star of Minari, looked adorable at his first Oscars.

Alan S. Kim and Vicky Kim. Photo: Getty
Alan S. Kim and Vicky Kim. Photo: Getty

Glenn Close is nominated for best supporting actress for Hillbilly Elegy, it's her eighth nomination with the star hoping to finally take the trophy home this year. 

Glenn Close. Photo: Getty
Glenn Close. Photo: Getty

Best Actress nominee Viola Davis stunned in a white dress with cutouts. 

Viola Davis. Photo: Getty
Viola Davis. Photo: Getty

 British singer and songwriter Celeste Waite stole hearts with her purse on the red carpet.

Celeste Waite. Photo: Getty
Celeste Waite. Photo: Getty

Ma Rainey's Black Bottom star Colman Domingo stood out from the crowd in his hot pink Atelier Versace suit.

Colman Domingo. Photo: Getty
Colman Domingo. Photo: Getty

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm's Maria Bakalova was gorgeous in her white gown.

Maria Bakalova. Photo: Getty
Maria Bakalova. Photo: Getty

Amanda Seyfried also got the plunging neckline memo, looking red hot in Armani.

Amanda Seyfried. Photo: Getty
Amanda Seyfried. Photo: Getty

H.E.R. stunned in a purple head-to-toe look.

H.E.R. Photo: Getty
H.E.R. Photo: Getty

Angela Bassett's red number turned heads with the 62-year-old seriously owning the carpet.

Angela Bassett. Photo: Getty
Angela Bassett. Photo: Getty

Best Actor nominee Riz Ahmed went for a navy and black combo.

Riz Ahmed. Photo: Getty
Riz Ahmed. Photo: Getty

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