Instant Index: Grace Kelly Is Still the Number One Choice for Best Oscar Dress

Diane Sawyer with the stories people have been buzzing about all week.
3:00 | 02/26/14

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Transcript for Instant Index: Grace Kelly Is Still the Number One Choice for Best Oscar Dress
Our "Instant index" begins with a heart-pounding new view of the global landmark, Christ the Redemer in Rio. Enter two daredevils with one burning item on their bucket list. To buzz by that statue, wearing only a wingsuit. And tonight, dream come true. Watch. One filming the other, flying right under the statue's left arm. All of that high-flying ballet at 6,500 feet. And we have definitive proof, tonight, that every living thing loves a selfie. One of our closest genetic cousins, a monkey, ran off with a camera when a tourist wasn't looking. Selfie after selfie after selfie. The technique, not that much worse than a lot of us humans trying to do it. And the countdown to the oscars is on. And tonight, we've been asking all of you questions. And tonight, who wore the best Oscar dress ever, ever? To our surprise? Jennifer Lopez, Julia Robert Angelina, even Halle berry lost to grace Kelly in 1955. Ice blue. At the time, it was the most expensive dress in Oscar history. The material alone, costing $4,000. The oscars live on ABC this Sunday.

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