What's a major Oscars win without your famous peers poking a little fun at you?

Such was the case for Leonardo DiCaprio—who took home is first golden statue for Best Actor last night—at the star-studded Vanity Fair Oscars party. Using the MSQRD app, celebs like Kate Upton, James Corden, Jessica Alba, Mindy Kaling and more were able to virtually become The Revenant star and offer their own take on his big win. 

First up was the Sports Illustrated bombshell, who didn't hold back when it came to sounding off on what she really thought of DiCaprio's role. "I look fabulous as Leo," Upton said, adding, "Well, I'm very happy that I won this Oscar. I think I deserve it for a movie that I barely spoke in."

Leonardo DiCaprio, 2016 Oscars, Academy Awards, Winner

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Well! Other A-listers weren't quite as scathing, with Michael Strahan admiring Leo's newfound gap in his teeth and James Corden noticing that his own movie-star good looks are "not too different" from the Oscar winner.

Some party-goers could only express their discomfort in suddenly embodying DiCaprio—Jessica Alba, Vince Vaughn, Larry Davidand Patrick Stewartall seemed visibly disturbed by the creepy face swap. After all, this app does a pretty fantastic job of making Leo's face your own. 

Even the hunky thesp's mom got in on the action, laughing off the joke with, "I know this! He's done that to me."

For even more impersonations, including Conan O'Brien and Judd Apatow's LOL-worthy takes, watch the video above. 

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