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"So, you want to go to a real party?"
That's the only line from Titanic we have on our minds today because it's Oscar Sunday and Leonardo DiCaprio is up for Best Actor again. The whole world—perhaps a slight exaggeration—is waiting with bated breath to see who is going to take home the golden statue tonight, but Adele has made her loyalties known: She's #TeamLeo.
The British songstress tweeted her excitement Sunday morning in a hilarious post that proves just about everyone is still obsessed with Titanic, even though he wasn't nominated for that role and we're still upset about it.
"Good luck Leo! Everyone loves you because you're the best. Meet me at the clock anytime bruv X," she wrote, and included a picture of her superimposed in front of the movie's famous clock where he would whisk away Kate Winslet (then known as Rose) to a "real party."
We have a feeling that the Oscars will be the fancy dinner and the after-parties will be the equivalent of some below-deck fun, but we'll just have to wait and see who will be in the mood to party after tonight's show!
Host Chris Rock has been noticeably silent since the nominations were announced, only addressing the #OscarsSoWhite controversy in a tweet shortly after. He even canceled his scheduled interviews, which has only made viewers more eager to see what's to come when it's time for him to take the stage for his opening monologue. Friday he broke his silence with another teaser tweet, posting a video of TV static and captioning it, "See you Sunday...#blackout #oscars."
He is undoubtedly referencing the racial controversy, but what he has planned no one knows. Oscars Sunday has finally arrived, so now there are only a few hours standing between us and the monologue!
Watch E!'s live 2016 Oscars red carpet coverage starting at 1:30p.m. ET/10:30a.m. PT on Sunday, February 28th