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Heading off the 85th Annual Academy Awards, the Red Carpet walk will begin on Sunday at 7 p.m. ET.
There are a slew of hosts this year for the 2013 Oscar's Red Carpet. Deciding where to watch celebrities make their debut really comes down to whose fashion opinion you most trust. Here is a list of where to watch and who to watch out for.
On The Red Carpet will begin a free live stream of the Red Carpet at 1:30 p.m. PT / 4:30 p.m. ET. The fashion followers promise a view from directly over the red carpet and visiting fashion correspondent Brandi Glanville of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." The hosts of the show have been announced as Lawrence Zarian and Tina Malave. Zarian has appeared on TV Guides "Fashion Team" and is experienced following celebrity style and pegging out "hits" and "misses." Malve, described as "witty" and "intelligent" in some of her bios, has less fashion experience but is recognized as a popular television personality and started her career by being the go-to-girl for everything that was hot in Miami. Watch the live stream here.
E! Entertainment will also be offering a free live stream of the event, which begins at 2:30 p.m. PT, although they offer a Red Carpet countdown all day long. Ryan Seacrest will be the main host for the event with fashion help from Giuliana Rancic and Kelly Osbourne. The show will also feature a number of special guests including Style Network star and fashion icon Kimora Lee Simmons, Fandango's Oscar handicapper Karger, celebrity stylists and more. Watch the live stream here.
MTV Networks will host a live stream that also begins at 2:30 p.m. PT. Its specialty will be less about fashion critque and more concerned with having an inside connection to some of the stars, meaning guaranteed exclusive interviews, including one with Jennifer Lawrence. MTV News' Josh Horowitz and VH1's Janell Snowden will host the two-hour event. Watch the live stream here.
ABC will attempt to host a red carpet live stream as well, with first time host, sports reporter Chris Connelly. Given that Connelly's expertise lays on the green carpet and not the red one, this stream may be the least glamorous although the most accessible to those watching from a television set. Watch the live stream here.
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