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Flashback! Here's what the 1998 Academy Awards looked like
From Celine Dion to Drew Barrymore, the 1998 ceremony was a star-studded affair.
Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger
Alec Baldwin and then-wife Kim Basinger posed together on the red carpet. Basinger won the Best Supporting Actress award for her role in the film noir crime flick "L.A. Confidential."
Céline Dion and René Angélil
Céline Dion brought husband and manager René Angelil as her date. The Canadian chanteuse wowed viewers by performing the Oscar-winning "Titanic" theme song "My Heart Will Go On."
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver
Action star (and future California governor) Arnold Schwarzenegger and his then-wife, reporter Maria Shriver, were all smiles on the red carpet.
Matt Dillon and Cameron Diaz
Matt Dillon and Cameron Diaz held each other close at the ceremony. The couple, who began dating in 1995, split shortly after filming the 1998 comedy "There's Something About Mary."
Amy Irving and Shirley Temple Black
Actress Amy Irving, left, chatted with former child star Shirley Temple Black as they greeted each other before the star-studded ceremony.
Elijah Blue Allman and Cher
Cher arrived with son Elijah Blue Allman (with ex-husband Gregg Allman). Just a few months later, the legendary singer and actress would score a global pop hit with her upbeat dance single "Believe."
Claudia Schiffer and David Copperfield
Supermodel Claudia Schiffer and magician David Copperfield looked stylish in all black. The couple dated from 1993 until 1999.
Free spirited Drew Barrymore showed up to the ceremony with daisies in her hair. Barrymore's comedy "The Wedding Singer" (with co-star Adam Sandler) hit theaters the previous month.
Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon
"Thelma & Louise" co-stars Geena Davis, left, and Susan Sarandon hit the red carpet together.
Halle Berry dazzled in a formfitting off-white gown. Four years later, Berry would become the first African-American woman to win the Oscar for Best Actress for her riveting performance in "Monster's Ball."
Helen Hunt and Hank Azaria
Helen Hunt won the Best Actress award for her performance in "As Good As It Gets." She attended the ceremony with her then-boyfriend, "The Simpsons" star Hank Azaria. The couple tied the knot in July 1999 and split a year and a half later.
Jennifer Lopez wore a curve-hugging Badgley Mischka gown and very '90s choker to the ceremony.
Ashley Judd and The Judds
Hollywood actress Ashley Judd, center, attended the ceremony with her sister, Wynonna, left, and her mom, Naomi, right, who for decades made country music magic as the Grammy-winning singing duo The Judds.
Bart Freundlich and Julianne Moore
Julianne Moore brought her husband, director Bart Freundlich, as her date. Moore was nominated for an Oscar in the Best Supporting Actress category for her performance in "Boogie Nights."
Kate Winslet and James Threapleton
Kate Winslet, who was nominated in the Best Actress category for her "Titanic" performance, attended the ceremony with her then-husband, director James Threapleton.
Madonna and Christopher Ciccone
Madonna, who introduced performers in the Best Song category, brought along her brother Christopher Ciccone.
Shirley Jones and Marty Ingles
Marty Ingles shows off a picture of his wife, "Partridge Family" alum Shirley Jones, as they arrive to the ceremony. The photo, taken in 1960, shows Jones and Burt Lancaster after they won Oscars for their roles in "Elmer Gantry."
Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and their moms
Ben Affleck and Matt Damon brought their mothers, Chris and Nancy, as their dates to the ceremony. The duo won the award for Best Original Screenplay for writing "Good Will Hunting." Damon was also nominated for Best Actor for his performance in the film.
Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas
Melanie Griffith and her then-husband Antonio Banderas posed together on the red carpet.
Robin Williams with his wife Marsha and mother Laurie
Robin Williams brought two dates to the ceremony: His then-wife Marsha Garces Williams and his mother, Laurie. The comedian and actor won an Oscar in the Best Supporting Actor category for his performance in "Good Will Hunting."
Sharon Stone and Phil Bronstein
Sharon Stone walked the red carpet with then-hubby Phil Bronstein. The actress famously created her own fresh look with a lilac Vera Wang skirt and a white button-down blouse from The Gap.
Supermodel Tyra Banks looked lovely in a beige beaded column dress with matching shawl.