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The Oscars Red Carpet is weirdly all about...the men

Do you reckon Matthew McConnaughey is RAGING that all the other lads wore white tux jackets as well? He’s all like, “This is MY night.”

IT’S BEEN A kind of a strange time on the Oscars Red Carpet tonight.

Yes, Lupita is divine. Naomi Watts is a ride. Amy Adams looks classy. Jennifer Lawrence snotted herself. Nothing odd there.

But…we’re all talking about THE MEN.

Usually, the lads take a back seat. They mind the clutches, they watch for lipstick teeth but they never, ever hog the limelight.

Until now.

It all kicked off with Ryan Seacrest and his First Communion outfit.

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And then Pharrell found his inner 8-year-old English World War II evacuated child (we just reread Goodnight Mr Tom). And wore shorts.

SHORTS.

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He looks like an Irish lad when the sun makes its first appearance in April. Getting the pale legs and scabby toenails out even though it’s still frickin’ freezing.

While we waited for actual Irish lad – the Fassbeard – to arrive, Jared Leto decided to keep us guessing with a white tux-red bowtie combo with his HAIR DOWN. No half-up/half-down formal shite. Just keeping it natural.

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Do you reckon Matthew McConnaughey is RAGING that all the other lads wore white tux jackets as well? He’s all like, “This is MY night.”

Kind of like the girl at your debs who got mad because someone had *her* dress on in a different colour.

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And, finally, Michael B Jordan is just inviting The Wire-inspired jokes about those electronic tags on his feet.

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Here’s a close up.

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All pics: PA Wire/Press Association Images

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