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Mystery at the Oster Awards
 

Get ready for the sparkle and excitement of Hollywood because it’s time for the 100th Annual Oster Awards! This special night will take place at the famous Beverly Hills mansion once owned by the legendary star Merry Monroe. All the biggest movie stars will be walking along a red carpet, surrounded by cameras, wearing the fanciest clothes designed by famous fashion creators. It’s going to be a night filled with fancy snacks like caviar and lots of shiny decorations. Everyone is eagerly awaiting to find out who will win an Oster Award this year, and guess what? This is where your story begins. 

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Guest List
 

WILLOW WINSLET

Nominated for Best Actress in a Lead Role

A former Broadway star, Willow has gained much attention lately with the hit movie Cake Catastrophe. The movie is about a baker who nearly loses everything by ruining a million-dollar birthday cake for a billionaire’s birthday party. Willow is currently nominated for her leading role in the movie for Best Actress, but rumor has it that she doesn’t stand a chance against her competition.

Suggested attire: Wear a movie award 'red carpet' gown or cocktail dress. Or, if you want to shake it up and get more attention from the paparazzi, dress like your movie role and be a baker!

REESE LAWRENCE

Nominated for Best Actress in a Lead Role

Reese is a young actress from the Netherlands who bore her way into Hollywood a few years ago as a young teen on a kid’s game show—You Can Certainly Do That—on Television. She is an old soul and behaves maturely, making her unconventional for her age. According to celebrity gossip sites, Reese is nominated for Best Actress in a Lead Role for the movie Gorgeous Giants. She’s a front-runner for her nomination.

Suggested attire: Wear a movie award 'red carpet' gown or cocktail dress. Or, if you want to shake it up and get more attention from the paparazzi, dress like your movie role and be a supermodel with outlandish clothes and makeup. 

EMMA PORTMAN

Nominated for Best Actress in a Lead Role

Hailing from Los Angeles, this Californian recently graced the big screen with her first leading role in the movie Welcome to Wonderland.  Some have predicted her to be a one-and-done, but others say she’s landed the lead role in another blockbuster movie that is currently being filmed in Alaska. Therefore, Emma may be the one to look out for this time. Emma is nominated for Best Actress in a Lead Role for her Gonzabee the Hat Maker role. She’s a total wild card – who knows if she really stands a chance?

Suggested attire: Wear a movie award 'red carpet' gown or cocktail dress. Or, if you want to shake it up and get more attention from the paparazzi, dress like your movie role and wear a costume inspired by the Mad Hatter. 

SCARLETT KUNIS

Nominated for Best Actress in a Lead Role

Scarlett Kunis is an American actress from New York. She is a former Oster Award winner, a legend, and one of the most influential people in the entertainment industry. However, Hollywood was shocked when the Arts Academy Award President went on record during an interview, saying that he doesn’t favor Scarlett for the Best Actress in a Lead Role this year. Scarlett played the lead role in the movie Big Adventures of Eddy Elf.

Suggested attire: Wear a movie award 'red carpet' gown or cocktail dress. Or, if you want to shake it up and get more attention from the paparazzi, dress like your movie role and be an elf warrior.

LILY STEINFELD

Nominated for Best Actress in a Lead Role

Lily’s old Hollywood style and never-ending talent have earned her many nominations for prestigious awards – including her nomination for the Oster for Best Actress in a Lead Role.  However, the media hasn’t been too kind to her lately, and sources say this is eating her alive. Lily is nominated for her performance in Toxic Trolls: A Magical Journey Through Time, which is a story about a family of trolls who find a time travel device buried in their backyard.

Suggested attire: Wear a movie award 'red carpet' gown/cocktail dress. Or, if you want to shake it up and get more attention from the paparazzi - dress like your movie role and be a troll. 

CHLOE STREEP

Nominated for Best Actress in a Lead Role

This Arts Academy Award-winning starlet won her first Oster at the tender young age of ten.  Her fans believe she is the most humble, sincere celebrity ever known.  However, those closest to her have spoken of her violent temper tantrums when she doesn’t get her way. Chloe is one of the prime choices for Best Actress in a Lead Role for her performance in the film as a human-frog hybrid named Helga in All the Queen’s Animals.

Suggested attire: Wear a movie award 'red carpet' gown or cocktail dress. Or, if you want to shake it up and get more attention from the paparazzi, dress like your movie role and be a human-frog hybrid (wear a frog costume—you've already got the human part down).

ANGELINA DUNN

Nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Eccentric is Angelina’s middle name, or at least her face should be featured in the dictionary by the description.  Angelina maintains her good-girl image despite the tabloid articles claiming she is a huge troublemaker. Angelina has never won an award for acting before, so it should be interesting to see if she can win this year. She is nominated for her supporting role of a comedy sidekick reindeer named Jewels in the hit movie Big Adventures of Eddy Elf.

Suggested attire: Wear a movie award 'red carpet' gown or cocktail dress. Or, if you want to shake it up and get more attention from the paparazzi, dress like your movie role and be an elf. 

MILA DIAZ

Nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Mila’s career began on Broadway before she landed a featured role on the kid’s television series Mila Explains Everything. Eventually, she catapulted herself into uber-stardom playing a supervillain named Professor Bedlam in the Cat Man movie trilogy. Mila has the secret personality of a tyrant, but to the public, she’s a shy, quiet, and humbled celebrity. Mila is nominated for her supporting role in the hit movie Toxic Trolls: A Magical Journey Through Time.

Suggested attire: Wear a movie award 'red carpet' gown or cocktail dress. Or, if you want to shake it up and get more attention from the paparazzi, dress like your movie role and be a troll.

KEKE ALBA

Nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role

A former model for Beve Jean Co., this rising young star originally hails from the UK. Keke is no stranger to the tabloids, as she can’t stop stirring up controversy with social media wars with other celebrities. Smart as a whip, KeKe hides her academic achievements - but under her tough exterior, she is an utter genius. Keke has been nominated for her supporting role in the movie Cake Catastrophe, where she played the role of a bumbling baking assistant.

Suggested attire: Wear a movie award 'red carpet' gown or cocktail dress. Or, if you want to shake it up and get more attention from the paparazzi, dress like your movie role and be a baker (baking assistant, but in the same costume as a baker).

KATE JOHANSSON

Nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Kate Johansson hails from Australia and is dying to break into Hollywood. One day, she wants to earn a star on Hollywood Boulevard. Kate is a rising star in the land of Oz and is more than excited to capture her first American Oster Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role. She was nominated for her performance as a villainous bee in the movie All the Queen’s Animals – which was also nominated for Best Picture this year.

Suggested attire: movie award 'red carpet' gown/cocktail dress. Or, if you want to shake it up and get more attention from the paparazzi - dress like your movie role and be a bee villain (a bee with some Gothic makeup and toy weapons).

REBEL COLLINS

Nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role

A former leader of an all-girl pop group who branched off into solo glory for many years, Rebel has finally settled into a Hollywood film career. Rebel is known for her outrageous fashion and sassy social media posts. For her performance in the film Welcome to Wonderland, a tale about a crazy hat maker who gets lost in a wacky world, Rebel has been nominated for the Best Actress in a Supporting Role award.

Suggested attire: Wear a movie award 'red carpet' gown or cocktail dress. Or, if you want to shake it up and get more attention from the paparazzi, dress like your movie role and be a talking pine tree (in other words, wear a tree costume). 

JENNIFER STONE

Nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role

As a child, Jennifer Stone started her career in the hit television series Bubba & Friends, about a purple dinosaur who befriended a neighborhood of children. In recent times, she’s been landing the lead roles in many hit Hollywood films. However, she’s never won an Oster Award, but she was nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in Gorgeous Giants—a film she just did as a favor for a director.

Suggested attire: Wear a movie award 'red carpet' gown or cocktail dress. Or, if you want to shake it up and get more attention from the paparazzi, dress like your movie role and be a supermodel with outlandish clothes and makeup. 

HAILEE HEPBURN

Nominated for Best Picture

After launching her acting career in the commercial scene, this Hollywood starlet is now one of the top-rated actresses on the big screen.  Hailee is super friendly on the surface, but her altered ego takes control behind the scenes.  Watch out for this two-faced vixen. Hailee is attending the Oster Awards in support of the movie Pingo Pongo, which has been nominated for Best Picture. She played the lead role of a Dalmatian in the movie but was not nominated for her performance.

Suggested attire: Wear a movie award 'red carpet' gown or cocktail dress. Or, if you want to shake it up and get more attention from the paparazzi, dress like your movie role and be a Dalmatian.

COCO BULLOCK

Nominated for Best Picture

A somewhat late bloomer compared to her peers, Coco Bullock became an overnight movie star after the Vampires at Dawn movie series was released. She’s a quirky trendsetter who can do no wrong in the eyes of her fans. She is attending the Oster Awards to support the movie All the Queen’s Animals, in which she played a supporting role as a human-pig hybrid.

Suggested attire: Wear a movie award 'red carpet' gown or cocktail dress. Or, if you want to shake it up and get more attention from the paparazzi, dress like your movie role and be a human-pig hybrid with a cute piggie costume (you've already got the human side of it on lock). 

ELLE WITHERSPOON

Nominated for Best Picture

Elle’s claim to fame is starring in the Harvard Spotter movie series about witches and wizards since she was a child. Now, she is branching out into more adult-style movie roles and is reportedly having a difficult time with the transition. Elle is attending the Oster Awards in support of the movie Welcome to Wonderland, which has been nominated for Best Picture. Elle played the role of a tea-drinking mouse in the film but was not nominated for an award for her performance.

Suggested attire: Wear a movie award 'red carpet' gown or cocktail dress. Or, if you want to shake it up and get more attention from the paparazzi, dress like your movie role and be a tea-drinking mouse. 

ALEXA FANNING

Nominated for Best Picture

A former reality star, Alexa Fanning, made her home on television in a series called Elegant Thieves.  Alexa’s pretty mug can often be seen at grocery checkout lines, as she is a popular choice for the cover of teen mags. Alexa played her first big screen role as a billionaire birthday girl in the movie Cake Catastrophe. She is attending the Oster Awards in support of the film, as it has been nominated for Best Picture. However, she was not nominated for her performance in the film.

Suggested attire: Wear a movie award 'red carpet' gown or cocktail dress. Or, if you want to shake it up and get more attention from the paparazzi, dress like your movie role and be a billionaire birthday girl—add a birthday hat and maybe a blinking 'It's my birthday' button to your costume.

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