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NEW YORK - FEBRUARY 25: Overview of Oscar statues on display at "Meet the Oscars" at the Time Warner Center on February 25, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images)

It is that time of the year again: the 2020 Oscars are this Sunday and just like every year there is a lot to discuss. It is the night where the stars shine the brightest and the best of the best comes together to celebrate the top performances of the year.


As is the case every year, there are several films and performances that made everyone laugh, cry, applaud, and hold their breath in anticipation of what comes next. Years worth of work is dissected, analyzed, scrutinized, and now it is time to award a winner in each category.


There are several aspects of the award show that are up for debate, but LauRen and I sit down and focus on the pictures themselves. We go through the major categories and discuss who we think the awards should go too. We may digress along the way when it comes to Brad Pitt (shocker).


At the end of it, we are both thankful that we are not the ones making the final decision! The Oscars premier this Sunday, February 9th at 8:00 PM eastern, 5:00 PM pacific on ABC.