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Under a clear sky in the Covent Garden, a parade of stars enlivened the evening of the Bafta Awards, best known as the British Oscars. A bubbling evening conducted by Stephen Fry, began with a performance of Kasabian and even before, a red carpet full of glamor and laughter.

Actors and actresses were certainly not spared from autographs, hugs, and photos with the fans who lined up along the red carpet to the entrance of the Royal Opera House. There was no surprise on the face of the winners: Eddie Redmayne, Julianne Moore, in a red sparkling ensemble signed Tom Ford, JK Simmons for Wiplash, Patricia Arquette for Boyhood. The winners of the most beautiful on the red carpet were Keira Knightley in Giambattista Valli and Amy Adams in a long white dress by Lanvin. Divine.

Among those who delivered the awards was the stand out David Beckham, who was cool as ever (and when ever is he not?). And Reese Witherspoon, wrapped in a sexy purple dress by Stella McCartney. But is purple is bad luck on a stage or in the theater world? Among the nominated who remained empty handed was unfortunately Rosamund Pike, but she looked beautiful, elegant and icy as ever in her gown by Rouland Mouret.

Laura Haddock and Sam Caflin appeared more in love than ever, and Felicity Jones looked like a princess in her debut in Dior Haute Couture: the beautiful Felicity has already realized that you do not change a winning maison.

A conventional evening, ironic and irreverent in the best English humor. And if the red carpet of the Oscars still seems far away, do not worry, in a few hours it’s time for the Grammy Awards. Ready?