We can be sure that this year's Oscars will churn out some iconic Instagram shots from our favorite celebrities in attendance. Here are some of the best snaps from years past to hold you over until Sunday's premiere of the 93rd Academy Awards.
Mindy Kaling and B.J. Novak in 2018
Kelly and Ryan, uh, we mean Mindy and B.J., took an adorable selfie at what looks to be the pre-show at the 2018 Academy awards.
Viola Davis, Allison Janney, and Octavia Spencer in 2018
These three adorable cast members of The Help got together for an in-theater selfie.
Gal Gadot in 2018
Wonder Woman looked wonderful as she shared this post of a deep berry lip color getting applied to her ahead of the 2018 show.
Jason Momoa and Emilia Clarke in 2019
Game of Thrones costars Jason Momoa and Emilia Clarke posed for this sweet snap backstage at the show. "I love you with all my heart Aloha Drogo," read the caption.
Spike Lee in 2019
Spike Lee paid tribute to the late Prince in 2019 by wearing his signature color purple and his symbol on a chain around his neck.
Lady Gaga and Mark Ronson in 2019
Gaga flashed her Oscar for A Star Is Born as she posed with co-writer of the film's hit single Shallow, Mark Ronson, after the win in 2019.
Charlize Theron in 2020
Charlize Theron may have paid homage Ellen Degeneres' famous Oscar selfie from 2014 with a new set of cast members and called them "Good company," just last year.
Mark Ruffalo, Mahershala Ali, and Timothee Chalamet in 2020
Talk about star STUDded! These three A-listers got close to take this pic that Mark Ruffalo later posted to the 'gram on the night of last year's Oscars.
Taika Waititi by Brie Larson for Entertainment Weekly in 2020
Brie Larson snuck this hilarious clip of Jojo Rabbit director Taika Waititi stuffing his Oscar under the seat in front of him at last year's show.
Honorable mention: This star-studded selfie from 2014's Academy Awards
If only Bradley's arm was longer. Best photo ever. #oscars http://t.co/C9U5NOtGap— Ellen DeGeneres (@Ellen DeGeneres) 1393815973
Although this one doesn't count as an Instagram post, it still goes down in history as one of the most iconic selfies of all time! This image, chock full with celebrities, was snapped by Bradley Cooper and posted to Ellen's Twitter after the 2014 show. The longer you look, the more stars you'll recognize!
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