This Sunday, April 25, is the 2021 Oscars. And, while the past year has been full of live-streamed and virtual awards shows, this is the first major one that is going to happen fully in-person. That means the fashion is back in full effect with people bringing their sartorial A-game for the biggest awards show of the year. But if you’re not entirely sure what time the Oscars 2021 red carpet starts, scroll down for all the details.
This year, the dress code is strict and decidedly formal. That means, no sweatpants and pajamas for this particular show. In fact, producers Steven Soderbergh, Stacey Sher, and Jesse Collins wrote a letter on March 18, stating: “For those of you unable to attend because of scheduling or continued uneasiness about traveling, we want you to know there will not be an option to Zoom in for the show.”
With nominees like Olivia Coleman and Glenn Close, and announcers like Zendaya, it’s sure to be a red carpet worth watching. After all, as the first major in-person awards show to be staged since the beginning of the pandemic more than a year ago, it’s a beacon of hope and hopefully a view of the normalcy that is to come.
Read on for everything you need to know about how to watch the 2021 Oscars on Sunday.
What Time Is The Oscars Red Carpet 2021?
Yes, the red carpet will be rolled out and available to watch beginning at 5pm ET/2pm PT with Live From E!: Oscars 2021, which will give you all the glitz and glam that you could ever hope for. After all, it’s Oscar night!
Where Can You Stream The Oscars Red Carpet 2021?
The 2021 Oscars is going to be the first major awards show since the beginning of the pandemic that will broadcast live from an in-person event. It will be hosted at The Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Union Station in Los Angeles, and select international locations. You can tune in on ABC or live stream through ABC.com on Sunday, April 25 at 8pm ET/5pm PT.
Who Will Be Hosting The Oscars 2021?
Though the Oscars have a long and stories list of hosts, the past three years have featured no single host to speak of and it’s looking as though the 2021 event will follow suit. Though there could be a last-minute announcement, no official hosts have yet been announced. That said, presenters include the likes of Laura Dern, Brad Pitt, Angela Bassett, and more.
Who Is Nominated At The Oscars 2021?
The nominee list is a great one this year, featuring women like Glenn Close (for” Hillbilly Elegy”), Amanda Seyfriend (for “Mank”) and Olivia Coleman (for “The Father”) and men among the likes of Chadwick Boseman (for “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”), Gary Oldman (for “Mank”) and Anthony Hopkins (for “The Father”), to name a few.