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Anne Hathaway's Oscar dresses have us envious. I mean, every woman would love to be on the Academy Awards stage in one beautiful gown, but seven (plus one red-carpet dress for good measure)?

Hathaway, styled by Rachel Zoe, pulled off look after look with ease, seeming as comfortable in a heavy strapless gown as a tux.

With her wide smile, harlequin eyes and infectious enthusiasm, she sort of reminded us of a student council president or head cheerleader, if that girl had access to the best closet around.

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So let us count the looks:

On the red carpet: The actress arrived on the red carpet in a scarlet Valentino archival gown with matching red lips and nails.

The opening segments: The "Love & Other Drugs" star slipped into an embroidered ivory princess gown from Givenchy Haute Couture.

With co-host James Franco in drag: The Jersey girl added custom Brian Atwood pumps to her Lanvin tux.

The Hollywood princess: Hathaway looked like she walked out of a fairy tale in a gray Vivienne Westwood corseted couture gown with embroidered lace and sequins that was custom-made for her.

The Oscars climax: Hathaway shimmied in a disco-style gold fringed gown by Oscar de la Renta and looked electric in an off-the-shoulder cobalt custom satin dress from Armani Privé Couture. And we adored the strapless burgundy beaded gown from Atelier Versace.

Finale with children's choir: Ending on a high note, she wore a Tom Ford gunmetal lace and crystal long-sleeve gown.

And don't even get us started on the hair.

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