Around this time 10 years ago, "The Departed," "Pan's Labyrinth" and "Little Miss Sunshine" took home multiple Oscar statuettes and Ellen DeGeneres hosted the Academy Awards ceremony for the very first time. But what did the red carpet look like back then? Wonderwall.com is flashing back to the 2007 Academy Awards on Feb. 25, 2007, starting with Beyonce. The superstar performed alongside her "Dreamgirls" co-star Jennifer Hudson, singing the songs "Love You I Do," "Listen," and "Patience" during the show. Keep reading to see who else was in attendance on the big night in '07!
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A family affair! Ryan Gosling was up for best actor for his performance in "Half Nelson" at the 2007 Oscars and opted to bring not one but two dates! The actor's guests? His sister Mandi and mother Donna.
A then-10-year-old Abigail Breslin attended the 2007 Oscars as a first-time nominee! The young star was up for best supporting actress for her work in "Little Miss Sunshine," and though she didn't take home a trophy, her film won two awards that night — best supporting actor for Alan Arkin and Best Original Screenplay.
Then-couple Michael Bublé and Emily Blunt attended the 2007 Academy Awards together. Emily was invited to present during the ceremony, joining her "The Devil Wears Prada" co-star Anne Hathaway to hand out the award for Best Costume Design.
Cate Blanchett pulled double duty at the 2007 Academy Awards. The actress was nominated for best supporting actress for her work in "Notes on a Scandal" but lost to Jennifer Hudson. She also presented Best Foreign Language Film alongside Clive Owen.
Cameron Diaz served as a presenter at the 2007 Oscars. The actress handed out the Best Animated Feature Film Academy Award, which went to "Happy Feet" that year.
Forest Whitaker attended the 2007 telecast with wife Keisha Whitaker. The actor took home one of the top prizes of the night that year, winning best actor for his work in "The Last King of Scotland."
Reese Witherspoon presented the best actor trophy to Forest Whitaker at the 2007 Academy Awards.
Portia de Rossi attended the 2007 Oscars to support partner Ellen DeGeneres, who was hosting for the first time. The two tied the knot the next year.
Will Smith was all smiles on the 2007 Academy Awards red carpet with son Jaden Smith, his co-star in his Oscar-nominated flick "The Pursuit of Happyness."
"Volver" star Penelope Cruz was up for best actress in 2007 but ultimately lost out to Helen Mirren, who won for her work in "The Queen." But Penelope did get to hand out a statuette that night, presenting Best Original Score with Hugh Jackman.
Celine Dion lent her voice to the 2007 ceremony, singing "I Knew I Loved You" during the Ennio Morricone tribute.
Not only was Kate Winslet up for a best actress Oscar in 2007 for her work in "Little Children," but she was also tapped to present. She handed out the trophy for Best Film Editing.
John Travolta presented the Best Original Song Academy Award alongside Queen Latifah.
Nicole Kidman served as a presenter at the 2007 Oscars, joining Daniel Craig to hand out the statuette for Best Art Direction.
Gwyneth Paltrow was on hand to present the Academy Award for Best Cinematography at the 2007 Oscars.
Naomi Watts joined Robert Downey Jr. to present the Oscar for Best Visual Effects at the 2007 Academy Awards.
Isla Fisher attended the ceremony with then-fiance Sacha Baron Cohen, whose film "Borat" was up for Best Adapted Screenplay.
Kirsten Dunst presented an award alongside Tobey Maguire during the 2007 Oscars ceremony. The duo handed out the Best Original Screenplay statuette.
Jessica Biel presented the prize for Best Sound Mixing with James McAvoy at the 2007 Academy Awards.
A few years before they tied the knot, Mark Wahlberg and Rhea Durham attended the Oscars together. Mark earned a best supporting actor nomination that year for his work in "The Departed."
Two weeks before the 2007 Oscars ceremony, Maggie Gyllenhaal hosted the Academy Awards for Technical Achievement. She was on hand at the Feb. 25, 2007, Oscars telecast to introduce a segment recapping the tech awards and the Gordon E. Sawyer Award presentation.
Rachel Weisz was on hand to present the award for best supporting actor in 2007.
Leonardo DiCaprio didn't win his Oscar in 2007, but he was up for best actor that year for his work in "Blood Diamond." He also joined Al Gore on stage during the telecast to announce the Academy's efforts to help the environment.