Slideshow: 27-Image Oscar Gallery From on Stage at 81st Annual Academy Awards

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Host Hugh Jackman

CHICAGO – This 27-image slideshow contains a selection of the award-winners and presenters at “The 81st Annual Academy Awards,” which aired on ABC on Sunday, February 22nd, 2009.

Winners and presenters include Hugh Jackman, Penelope Cruz, Kate Winslet, Sean Penn, Anne Hathaway, Ben Stiller, Natalie Portman, Jessica Biel, Beyonce Knowles, Jerry Lewis, A.R. Rahman, Reese Witherspoon, Zac Efron, Alicia Keys, Robert Pattinson “Twilight” and “The Twilight Saga’s New Moon,” Amanda Seyfried of “Mamma Mia,” Danny Boyle, and Steven Spielberg

You can click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through this slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. All photos are credited to Michael Yada and courtesy of ABC. All Rights Reserved.

  1. oscars2009_stage_01: Host Hugh Jackman

  2. oscars2009_stage_02: Host Hugh Jackman and Performer/Nominee Anne Hathaway

  3. oscars2009_stage_03: Host Hugh Jackman

  4. oscars2009_stage_04: Penelope Cruz Wins Best Supporting Actress

  5. oscars2009_stage_05: Kate Winslet Wins Best Actress

  6. oscars2009_stage_06: Sean Penn Wins Best Actor

  7. oscars2009_stage_07: Host Hugh Jackman

  8. oscars2009_stage_08: Host Hugh Jackman and Performer/Nominee Anne Hathaway

  9. oscars2009_stage_09: Presenters Robert Pattinson and Amanda Seyfried

  10. oscars2009_stage_10: Presenters Ben Stiller and Natalie Portman

  11. oscars2009_stage_11: Presenter Jessica Biel

  12. oscars2009_stage_12: Performer Beyonce Knowles

  13. oscars2009_stage_13: Performer Beyonce Knowles

  14. oscars2009_stage_14: The Family of Heath Ledger Accepts Best Supporting Actor

  15. oscars2009_stage_15: The Family of Heath Ledger Accepts Best Supporting Actor

  16. oscars2009_stage_16: Phillippe Petit Accepts Best Documentary

  17. oscars2009_stage_17: Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Jerry Lewis

  18. oscars2009_stage_18: Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Jerry Lewis

  19. oscars2009_stage_19: Zac Efron and Alicia Keys Present Best Score to A.R. Rahman

  20. oscars2009_stage_20: Performer/Winner A.R. Rahman

  21. oscars2009_stage_21: Presenter Reese Witherspoon

  22. oscars2009_stage_22: Danny Boyle Wins Best Director

  23. oscars2009_stage_23: Kate Winslet Wins Best Actress

  24. oscars2009_stage_24: Kate Winslet Wins Best Actress

  25. oscars2009_stage_25: Sean Penn Wins Best Actor

  26. oscars2009_stage_26: Presenter Steven Spielberg

  27. oscars2009_stage_27: Producer Christian Colson and the Cast and Crew of Slumdog Millionaire Win Best Picture content director Brian Tallerico

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