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Posted at 9:04 PM ET, 03/ 4/2010

Oscars 2010: Live tweeting the U.S./Ireland Alliance party

By Liz Kelly

Our own Jen Chaney is on the ground in Los Angeles to cover this weekend's Oscar events. First stop, tonight's U.S./Ireland Alliance Oscar Wilde: Honoring The Irish in Film pre-Academy Awards party.

The highlight of tonight's fest: Tom Cruise presents a special award to writer/producer/director J.J. Abrams -- who you may recognize as "Lost's" co-creator, director of 2009's "Star Trek" reboot or as director of the upcoming "Mission: Impossible IV." The action kicks off at 6:30 p.m. PT (9:30 for us East Coasters).

Update: A transcript of last night's tweet fest follows. -- 8:56 a.m. ET, Friday, March 5




On an empty green carpet, waiting for some celebs @ the Ireland Alliance Oscar party. about 12 hours ago via txt

Dana Delaney is here wearing a nice brown sheath. And here comes Richard Chamberlain. about 11 hours ago via txt

Been on oscar beat for, what, 20 minutes? And my feet already hurt. about 11 hours ago via txt

Had a nice chat w/ Michael Giacchino, Lost and Up composer extraodinaire. about 10 hours ago via txt

J.J. Abrams has arrived. about 10 hours ago via txt

Just stood across from a man who knows how Lost ends. And no, he ain't telling. about 10 hours ago via txt

Program underway. No sign yet of Tom Cruise. about 10 hours ago via txt

Tribute to saoirse ronan; she accepts her award via video. about 9 hours ago via txt

cruise is on, presenting to JJ and remembering Far and Away. about 9 hours ago via txt

Tom Cruise apparently left on his motorcycle after feting Abrams. about 8 hours ago via txt

Keep up with Jen on Twitter as she covers Oscar weekend: @chaneyj

By Liz Kelly  | March 4, 2010; 9:04 PM ET
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