The Oscars Red Carpet Was Hit With Hail And Rain Ahead Of The Big Night

A storm hit Hollywood at 1 p.m., complete with hail and rain and it almost put a damper on the Oscars red carpet.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the staff acted quickly to ensure the damage was contained. In addition, the Los Angeles Fire Department paid a visit to the Dolby Theatre, the venue where the 92nd Academy Awards are about to be held.

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The footage of the storm was pouring out:

The storm seems to be putting the “burr” in Burbank:

They’re obviously being super Hollywood about it:

As the crowds start to arrive, there are umbrellas ready to escort the guests to the dry areas. And Entertainment Tonight‘s Kevin Frazier is clearly in good spirits.

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Umbrella … ‘Ella, ella … #oscars

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