The 88th Annual Academy Awards gave some stars a major reason to celebrate come time for the after-parties, and celebrate they did. Many celebrities attended Vanity Fair's famous post-Oscars party and had a little fun inside the portrait studio.

James Corden, Jessica Alba, Sofia Vergara, Taylor Swift and more lit up the portrait studio with either funny faces or very serious poses, proving that they really do have "range," as host Chris Rock joked during the awards show. Even though Lady Gaga changed into a different outfit for her performance, the Oscar-nominated songstress returned to her white pantsuit/skirt combination in time for the magazine's party. Gaga looks ethereal as she shows off the capabilities of her ensemble's skirt, making it spread like clouds across the sky. 

Bow down, Little Monsters: @ladygaga, photographed by @markseliger in the #VFOscarParty portrait studio. #Oscars

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Even Justin Timberlake and his wife Jessica Biel look close to heavenly as they pose together. Showing off their marital bliss, Justin and Jessica look beyond happy to be together. The "Mirrors" crooner had a playfully good time as he lovingly puts his hand on his wife's leg and she holds his chin. Parenthood definitely has brought these two closer together, and it shows! 

Some of Hollywood's top comedians also got together to strike a pose, but it appears that they either couldn't agree on one look or they intentionally decided to play opposites. Larry David, Judd Apatow, Martin Short, Bill Maher, David Steinberg and Eugene Levy all took a different stance, either giving the camera a big smile or maintaining a stoic face. No matter what expression a comedian chose, getting all of these people in one photo will still make you laugh just knowing who they are.

Vergara is still channeling her gorgeous bridal look, as she swapped her blue Marchesa ball gown—a different look for the Modern Family star—for a more form-fitting white gown. With her hair pulled back and diamond earrings cascading from her lobes, Vergara stunned in her portrait. 

The Late Late Show host looked as dapper as ever in his suit, but we have to wonder what caught his attention in the corner that's causing him to make that face! 

And let's just say Alba will make an honest person out of you with her sultry stare and thigh-high split. Just look at those killer heels, too. 

Elizabeth Banks left The Hunger Games behind and made a bold statement with her white gown, which came equipped with its own cape. Let it be declared that the Pitch Perfect actress just became the hero we never knew we needed. 

Let the games begin! @elizabethbanks poses for @markseliger in the #VFOscarParty portrait studio. #Oscars

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Jon Hamm might not have been up for an Oscar at this year's awards, but he certainly looked Oscar-ready in his portrait. 

Pretty in pink! Brie Larson looked absolutely perfect while posting next to a very important accessory. That Oscar statue looks really nice next to you, girl. 

Dazzling may just be the perfect adjective to describe Selena Gomez's look and portrait from Vanity Fair. The heart wants what it wants and we want to see more of this! 

While there were more than a few power couples at the Oscars as well as the parties, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani may have just stolen the show. And yes, only Blake can wear jeans to such a prestigious event. 

After bringing the laughs and a few surprise guests—hello, Stacey Dash—Chris was able to unwind at his Vanity Fair shoot. 

What was your favorite @ChrisRock moment of #Oscars night? Photograph by @markseliger at the #VFOscarParty.

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What do you think of the portraits? Sound off in the comments.

Watch E!'s live 2016 Oscars red carpet coverage starting at 1:30p.m. ET/10:30a.m. PT on Sunday, February 28th

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