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Oscars 2013 Red Carpet: List of 70 celebrities expected to attend

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02/24/2013 by Corinne Heller

More than 70 top celebrities were expected to walk the red carpet at the 2013 Oscars on Oscar Sunday, February 24.

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THE WOMEN

1. Adele - nominated for Best Original Song for the title track of the James Bond film "Skyfall." She is set to perform the song at the Oscars, which will feature a tribute to the spy franchise, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary.

2. Amanda Seyfried - performer, will take part in a musical tribute to "Les Miserables," which is nominated for eight Oscars. She did not receive a nod for her role as Cosette.

3. Amy Adams - nominated for her supporting role in "The Master." She has been previously nominated for three Oscars ("Junebug," "Doubt" and "The Fighter").

4. Anne Hathaway - nominated for her supporting role in "Les Miserables." She is also a performer and will take part in a musical tribute to the film, which is nominated for eight Oscars. She has one previous Oscar nomination ("Rachel Getting Married").

5. Barbra Streisand - performer, set to sing at the Oscars for the first time in 36 years. The legendary singer has only sung at the Oscars once before in 1977, when she performed the love theme "Evergreen" from "A Star Is Born." She has won one Oscar for acting -- she tied with Katherine Hepburn in the Best Actress in a Leading Role category in 1969 when she won for "Funny Girl." Streisand was the only one present to accept her award. (Check out Barbra Streisand's Oscar acceptance speech here).

6. Catherine Zeta-Jones - presenter and performer in a tribute to movie musicals of the past decade, including "Chicago," which earned her an Oscar. The actress is expected to attend with husband Michael Douglas, who is a presenter.

7. Charlize Theron - the actress is set to make a special appearance at the Oscar ceremony. She won an Oscar for her role in the 2003 film "Monster."

8. Emmanuelle Riva - nominated for an Oscar for "Amour" and is the oldest person to be nominated for a lead acting award. She turned 86 on Oscar Sunday. (Find out more facts about this year's Oscar ceremony here.)

9. Halle Berry - presenter, won an Oscar in 2002 ("Monster's Ball") and made Oscar history by becoming the first black woman to win Best Actress in a Leading Role. (Check out video of her emotional speech.)

10. Helen Hunt - nominated for her supporting role in "The Sessions," in which she plays a sex surrogate for a man with polio and an iron lung, who wishes to lose his virginity. The actess rose to fame with the TV show "Mad About You" and has won one Oscar ("As Good As It Gets")

11. Helena Bonham Carter - performer, will take part in a musical tribute to "Les Miserables," which is nominated for eight Oscars. She did not receive a nod for her role as Madame Thenardier but has been nominated for two Oscars in the past ("The Wings of the Dove" and "The King's Speech"). She is expected to attend the ceremony with partner Tim Burton, whose animated film "Frankenweenie" is nominated for an Oscar.

12. Jacki Weaver - nominated for her supporting role in "Silver Linings Playbook." She was previously nominated for her role in the 2010 film "Animal Kingdom," which was made in her native Australia."

13. Jane Fonda - presenter, has won two Oscars ("Klute" and "Coming Home.") She rose to fame in the 1980s with her fitness videos.

14. Jennifer Aniston - presenter, known for her role as Rachel in the TV show "Friends." She has also starred in films such as "Office Space," "Wanderlust" and "Horrible Bosses."

15. Jennifer Garner - presenter, known for films such as "30 Going on 30" and the show "Alias," in which she co-starred with current Oscar nominee Bradley Cooper. Is set to attend 2013 ceremony with husband and current Oscar nominee Ben Affleck.

16. Jennifer Lawrence - nominated for her leading role in "Silver Linings Playbook." The actress, known for her part in "The Hunger Games" films, is also a presenter. (Check out an exclusive interview with Jennifer Lawrence, in which she discusses her Oscar nomination and her family.)

17. Jessica Chastain - nominated for her leading role in "Zero Dark Thirty." The actress is also a presenter. She was previously nominated for an Oscar for "The Help."

18. Kerry Washington - presenter, stars in the ABC show "Scandal" and the current Oscar-nominated film "Django Unchained.

19. Kristen Stewart - presenter, known for role as Bella Swan in the "Twilight" films. She last appeared at an Oscar ceremony in 2010 (Watch video)

20. Kristin Chenoweth - this Broadway and TV star is performing a closing number with host Seth MacFarlane and is also co-hosting the ABC Television Network's Oscars pre-show at 4 p.m. PT / 7 p.m. ET.

21. Melissa McCarthy - presenter. The actress, who stars in the CBS comedy "Mike & Molly," has been nominated for one Oscar ("Bridesmaids").

22. Meryl Streep - presenter, has three Oscars -- for "Kramer vs. Kramer," "Sophie's Choice" and "The Iron Lady," which she won last year. Check out what she told reporters backstage, during which recalled her early acting years.) Streep is the most nominated actor in Oscar history, with 17 nods. (Check out 10 major Oscar records.)

23. Naomi Watts - nominated for her supporting role in "The Impossible." She has been previously nominated for one Oscar ("21 Grams").

24. Nicole Kidman - presenter, has won one Oscar ("The Hours").

25. Norah Jones - performer - she is set to sing "Everybody Needs A Best Friend," from the soundtrack of the 2012 film "Ted." Its lyrics were written by Oscar host Seth MacFarlane, who is nominated for Best Original Song. He also directed the movie and provided the voice of its title character.

26. Octavia Spencer - presenter, won an Oscar last year for "The Help." Check out what she told reporters backstage.)

27. Quvenzhane Wallis - nominated for an Oscar for "Beasts of the Southern Wild" and at age 9, is the youngest person to be nominated for a lead acting award. (Find out more facts about this year's Oscar ceremony here.)

28. Queen Latifah - presenter, is taking part in a "Chicago" reunion." She was nominated for an Oscar for her role in the musical film.

29. Reese Witherspoon - presenter, has won one Oscar ("Walk The Line").

30. Renee Zellweger - presenter, is taking part in a "Chicago" reunion." She was nominated for an Oscar for her role in the musical film and won one for "Cold Mountain."

31. Sally Field - nominated for her supporting role in "Lincoln." She has won two Oscars -- the most recent in 1985, for her role in "Places In the Heart." (Watch a video of her often-misquoted Oscar acceptance speech.) She won her first Oscar in 1980, for her performance in "Norma Rae."

32. Salma Hayek Pinault - presenter, has been nominated for one Oscar ("Frida").

33. Samantha Barks - performer, will take part in a musical tribute to "Les Miserables," which is nominated for eight Oscars. She did not receive a nod for his role as Eponine.

34. Sandra Bullock - presenter, won an Oscar in 2010 ("The Blind Side.")

35. Shirley Bassey - performer, will sing her song "Goldfinger" from the James Bond film by the same name as part of the show's tribute to the spy franchise.

THE MEN:

36. Aaron Tveit - performer, will take part in a musical tribute to "Les Miserables," which is nominated for eight Oscars. He did not receive a nod for his role as Enjoras.

37. Alan Arkin - nominated for his supporting role in "Argo." He has won one Oscar ("Little Miss Sunshine").

38. Ben Affleck - he directed "Argo," which is nominated for seven Oscars, including Best Picture. The actor did not receive an individual nod for directing. ( Check out an exclusive interview with Ben Affleck and 7 facts about the him and "Argo.") Affleck is also a presenter at the 2013 ceremony. He has won an Oscar before - he and Matt Damon shared one for Best Original Screenplay in 1998 for their drama film "Good Will Hunting" - check out a video of their speech.

39. Bradley Cooper - nominated for his leading role in "Silver Linings Playbook." He is also known for his role in the "Hangover" films.

40. Channing Tatum - the actor is set to make a special appearance at the Oscar ceremony, marking his first time at the annual event. He starred in the male stripper drama "Magic Mike" and was named People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive that year. (Check out 7 facts about Channing Tatum).

41. Chris Evans - presenter, is taking part in an "Avengers" reunion. He plays Captain America in the Marvel superhero film franchise. This marks his first Oscars appearance.

42. Daniel Day-Lewis - nominated for his leading role in "Lincoln." He has previously won two Oscars ("My Left Foot" and "There Will Be Blood").

43. Daniel Radcliffe - this "Harry Potter" star is set to make a special appearance at the Oscar ceremony, marking his first time at the annual event.

44. Denzel Washington - nominated for his leading role in "Flight." He has previously won two Oscars ("Training Day" and "Glory").

45. Dustin Hoffman - presenter, has won two Oscars ("Kramer vs. Kramer" and "Rain Man.")

46. Eddie Redmayne - performer, will take part in a musical tribute to "Les Miserables," which is nominated for eight Oscars. He did not receive a nod for his role as Marius.

47. Hugh Jackman - nominated for his leading role in "Les Miserables," which marks his first nomination. He is also a performer and will take part in a musical tribute to the film, which is nominated for eight Oscars.

48. Jack Nicholson - presenter, has won three Oscars ("One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest," "Terms of Endearment" and "As Good As It Gets.")

49. Jamie Foxx - presenter, star of current Oscar-nominated film "Django Unchained." He has one Oscar ("Ray") but was not nominated for one this year.

50. Jean Dujardin - presenter, won an Oscar last year for "The Artist."

51. Jeremy Renner - presenter, is taking part in an "Avengers" reunion. He plays Hawkeye in the Marvel superhero film franchise. He has been nominated for one Oscar ("The Hurt Locker," directed by Katheryn Bigelow of "Zero Dark Thirty.")

52. Joaquin Phoenix - nominated for his leading role in "The Master." He was previously nominated for two Oscars ("Gladiator" and "Walk The Line").

53. John Travolta - presenter. This actor is known for his starring role in "Grease" and has been nominated for two Oscars ("Saturday Night Fever" and "Pulp Fiction").

54. Joseph Gordon-Levitt - the actor is set to make a special appearance at the Oscar ceremony, marking his first time at the annual event. He stars in "Lincoln," which is nominated for 12 Oscars, as well as the 2012 movie "The Dark Knight Rises."

55. Liam Neeson - presenter, has been nominated for one Oscar ("Schindler's List").

56. Mark Wahlberg and Ted - presenters. This actor starred with the animated, foul-mouthed teddy bear in the 2012 film "Ted." Oscars host Seth MacFarlane directed the movie and provided the character's voice. Wahlberg has been nominated for two Oscars ("The Departed" -- acting and "The Fighter" - Best Picture)

57. Mark Ruffalo - presenter, is taking part in an "Avengers" reunion. He plays Bruce Banner / The Hulk in the Marvel superhero film franchise. He has been nominated for one Oscar ("The Kids Are All Right.")

58. Michael Douglas - presenter, has won two Oscars ("Wall Street" - for acting, "One Flew Over the Cucko's Nest -- for producting). He is expected to attend the ceremony with wife and actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, who is also performing.

59. Paul Rudd - presenter, starred with Aniston in "Wanderlust" and has also appeared in films such as "Clueless," "Anchorman," Knocked Up" and "This is 40."

60. Philip Seymour Hoffman - nominated for his supporting role in "The Master." He has won one Oscar ("Capote").

61. Quentin Tarantino - nominated for Best Original Screenplay for his film "Django Unchained," which received five nods. He did not receive one for directing. Tarantino has won one Oscar for screenwriting ("Pulp Fiction") and has been nominated a total of five times.

62. Richard Gere - presenter, starred in the Oscar-winning film "Chicago" and rose to fame in the 1990s thanks to the success of "Pretty Woman."

63. Robert De Niro - nominated for his supporting role in "Silver Linings Playbook." He has won two Oscars ("The Godfather: Part II" and "Raging Bulls") and has been nominated seven times.

64. Robert Downey Jr. - presenter, is taking part in an "Avengers" reunion. He plays Iron Man in the Marvel superhero film franchise. The actor has been nominated for two Oscars ("Chaplin" and "Tropic Thunder").

65. Russell Crowe - performer, will take part in a musical tribute to "Les Miserables," which is nominated for eight Oscars. He did not receive a nod for his role as Javert but won an Oscar for "Gladiator" in 2001.

66. Seth MacFarlane - host of the 2013 Oscars, is performing a closing number with Kristin Chenoweth.

67. Samuel L. Jackson - presenter, is taking part in an "Avengers" reunion. He plays Nick Fury in the Marvel superhero film franchise. He also stars in the current Oscar-nominated movie "Django Unchained." The actor has been nominated for one Oscar. ("Pulp Fiction").

68. Steven Spielberg - the legendary director's film "Lincoln" is nominated for 12 Oscars - the most out of all nominated movies. He has previously won two Oscars for directing -- for "Schindler's List" and for "Saving Private Ryan." (Check out a video of his memorable Oscar acceptance speech.) He also won an honorary Oscar in 1987 -- the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award.

69. Tim Burton - nominated for his animated film "Frankenweenie." He is expected to attend the Oscars with partner Helena Bonham Carter, who is set to perform in a musical tribute to "Les Miserables."

70. Tommy Lee Jones - nominated for his supporting role in "Lincoln." He won one Oscar, 19 years ago, for "The Fugitive."

Check out a full list of 2013 Oscar nominations - the list of Oscar winners will be UPDATED in real time - on Oscar Sunday, after the start of the ceremony, refresh for updates.

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