The Hottest Vanity Fair Oscar 2016 Party Photos

Posted: Feb 29 2016, 1:54am CST | by , Updated: Feb 29 2016, 2:09am CST, in News | Latest Movie News

The Hottest Vanity Fair Oscar 2016 Party Photos
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The Oscars 2016 are history and after the Award ceremony Hollywood flocked to the Oscar Parties. Here are the hottest photos from the Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2016.

The Vanity Fair Oscar Party is one of the best known parties Hollywood and celebrities are attending after the Academy Awards are handed out.

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The guests of the Vanity Fair 2016 Oscar Party include a lot of big names include Jennifer Garner, Serena Williams, Selena Gomez, Justin Timberlake, Caitlyn Jenner, Sofia Vergara, Sheryl Crow, Jessica Biel, Kate Bekinsale, Heidi Klum and Conan O'Brien. Conan O'Brien? They let apparently everybody in - just joking. The article has not enough space to list all A-Listers that attended the Vanity Fair Oscar 2016 party.

See the gallery for the hottest Vanity Fair Party photos.

The 88th Academy Awards stood again under the controversy of having no black nominees. Chris Rock addressed this in his monologue, but the scandal has taken a back seat for now and it is all about the Oscar 2016 winners.

Find out all the Oscar 2016 Winners and Losers and read the latest Oscars 2016 news in our Movie News.

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