When the Academy Awards ended, Hollywood's elite were just getting started participating in all the Oscar madness and ET was on the scene, capturing the footage.
ET's Kevin Frazier caught up with Gwyneth Paltrow at the Vanity Fair party where he got her critique of her singing performance, which she joked was hopefully her last.
"It was quick," Gwyneth said simply.
Cameron Diaz thought the Oscar show was "awesome."
"It was really hip, young, cool - all the things they really wanted to achieve," said Cameron, who called the film montage at the end of the show her favorite moment.
"It was wonderful to see all that great work together," said Diaz.
Jude Law presented the Oscar in the Visual Effects category with his 'Sherlock Holmes' co-star Robert Downey Jr., where he jokingly told Robert, "If it wasn't for [the visual effects experts] your closest association with a superhero would have been in 2001 when you got busted in a cheap hotel with a woman dressed as Batgirl."
"[Robert] wrote 90 percent of it," Jude revealed.
"I didn't see any of the show," said Tom Hanks, who spoke towards the top of the ceremony. The Oscar winner added jokingly, "I saw my part, which I thought was great."
Tom was busy taping an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" amongst other duties.
Jane Lynch watched the Oscars from the Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party in West Hollywood and she was "thrilled" with the outcome of Best Picture.
"It was wonderful to get to see 'The King's Speech' win," said Jane.
Stephen Moyer and his wife Anna Paquin may have been a little star struck by the names on the Vanity Fair party guest list even though they've been invited to the event before.
"There's some pretty cool faces in there," said Stephen.
ET caught one pretty cool face away from the Vanity Fair party. Oscar co-host Anne Hathaway spoke with us at the Governor's Ball.
We asked Hathaway what the best moment was from the host's point of view.
"The kids," said Hathaway. "To meet a bunch of 5th graders from Staten Island [New York] and invite them up to the Oscar stage and have them remind us how beautiful dreams are... How do you top that?"
In December, Hathaway surprised the students of the PS22 Chorus, showing up at their school and giving them the news that they would sing at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards. The chorus became well known via YouTube by performing songs from Coldplay's "Viva La Vida" to Jay-Z's "Run This Town."