Covid has the Oscars looking a little different this year—see how celebs are keeping it glamorous with celebrations at home

The show will go on...but things will look different

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The Oscars received a green light to proceed this year, but the event is unlike any other. However, the stars are still making the most of the celebration—even if they're watching from home.  

Some have been using their social media accounts as a virtual red carpet, and we're totally impressed with the looks. Meanwhile, others are sharing some awesome throwbacks so we can relive some of our favorite moments in the show's history. 

See who's dressing up at home and who's thinking about the Academy Awards of yesteryear. 

Charlese Antoinette

No red carpet, no problem—Charlese created a makeshift one right from home. The Judas and the Black Messiah actress took to Instagram to thank Rodarte for helping make her look possible. 

Catherine Zeta-Jones

Actress and designer Catherine Zeta-Jones decided to honor the 93rd Academy Awards with a throwback from 2003. Catch her tribute to the performance of "And All That Jazz." 

Elizabeth Banks

Almost as anticipated as the red carpet, the Vanity Fair Oscars party is one of the highlights of the night. Elizabeth shared a photo from a previous event where she "geeked out" with her Brad Pitt. (Fair, we'd geek out, too.) 

Then, there are celebs posting their shots at home before arriving in person

Reese Witherspoon

Though she's stunning in a gorgeous red gown, Reese's casual look is nothing short of adorable. 

Maria Bakalova

We got a sneak peek at Maria's Louis Vuitton look on Instagram, but seeing a full-length on the E! red carpet was A+. 

Those attending in-person have experienced a scaled-down red carpet and a guest cap to just 170—much less than the show is accustomed to. However, Variety made the exclusive reveal earlier this week that the Academy Awards attendees will not be required to wear face coverings while the ceremony is underway.  Since the Oscars are being treated as a TV/film production, masks are not required.

Following along? Here's how to watch Hollywood's biggest night from anywhere in the world. 

Danielle Valente

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, where she particularly enjoys covering lifestyle and entertainment news. She was previously the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. When she's not working, you can find her reading a good book and enjoying a cup of coffee. Follow her @dvwrites.