Oscar Liveblogging!! Tonight, of All Nights!

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Tonight brings the annual event where Hollywood humbly congratulates itself -- and all the little people -- in the Academy Awards.

What everyone's hoping for, of course, is at least one trainwreck moment.

James Franco and Anne Hathaway host, which will be...different. Good different or bad different, that remains to be seen.

Our Craig Hlavaty will be bravely liveblogging the events (it's brave because it means he has to watch the Oscars relatively sober, and no one should be forced to do that).

Check him out later today and tonight here and at his Twitter account, @craighlavaty.

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