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Real People Meeting Oscar

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Last week all you had to do was stroll down to Hollywood & Highland or take the subway there, then stand in line for a short while and you'd get to hold a real Oscar trophy. Every day we kept forgetting to mention it and then kicked ourselves when it was over.

And now The Hollywood Reporter's Risky Biz blog has posted video of regular people holding the award and mugging for the cameras.

Consider this the cleansing of your palette after the long stretch that was awards season.