Here's What the Oscar Nominees Are Really Thinking

PHOTO: Best Actor nominee Joaquin Phoenix
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Previously, we shared some guesses as to what this year's Grammy nominees are thinking during the awards ceremony. Well, our curiosity extends to the actors, directors and other artists who have swathed themselves in expensive fabric to give and receive glistening golden statues. What goes through their minds? Are they uncomfortable? Cold? Light-headed from their two week-long juice fast? Let's find out.

Although: We actually have no idea what Joaquin is thinking.

PHOTO: Best Supporting Actress nominee Anne Hathaway
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Anne Hathaway

She tends to give memorable speeches. So why not rap when she (obviously) wins? We think she'd at least consider it.

PHOTO: Best Actress nominee Jennifer Lawrence
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Jennifer Lawrence

This is actually what we've been thinking for months now.

PHOTO: Best Actor nominee Daniel Day-Lewis
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Daniel Day-Lewis

He's totally going to win and he knows it. But he has to at least pretend he's surprised.

PHOTO: Best Supporting Actor nominee Philip Seymour Hoffman
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Philip Seymour Hoffman

Oh, right! Hi there, PSH.

PHOTO: Best Actor nominee Bradley Cooper
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Bradley Cooper

Is she...?

PHOTO: Best Supporting Actress nominee Sally Field
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Sally Field

...Nope.

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