Oscars 2015: The Fun You Didn't See on Screen (PHOTOS)

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Amid all the serious acceptance speeches and so-so hosting gags, the stars still managed to have a bit of fun at last night's Oscars. Here, a few of the more candid moments you didn't see:

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Lady Gaga and her gloves arrived on the red carpet early in the evening, a time when we were still wary of letting her anywhere near Julie Andrews. Posing looks like hard work here, but her "Sound of Music" celebration later would seem surprisingly effortless.

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The Academy Awards are Serious Honors for Serious Movies. Actress Leslie Mann and producer Judd Apatow didn't care as they hammed it up at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party.

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Dax Shepard seems simply amazed by his wife, Kristen Bell, at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party. Really, how could he not be?

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Like a cross between a praying mantis and a lioness, Best Supporting Actress nominee Emma Stone intends to put an end to Jennifer Aniston's run as America's Sweetheart. Or they're just good friends.

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Behind every Jennifer Lopez in a magnificent gown, there is a dedicated, untiring attendant responsible for froofing, arranging, and probably making sure she stays censor-free.

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Best Actress winner Julianne Moore looks far more excited about hanging out with Matthew McConaughey than the much-coveted golden statue in her hand.

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Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban share a hairdresser, it seems.

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Actor J.K. Simmons was running out of poses by the time he got to the Vanity Fair Oscar Party.

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The magnificent beauty and grace of Viola Davis stands in sharp contrast to the banality of desktop phones, cardboard boxes and electrical cords backstage. She does not have time for this nonsense.