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When are the 2019 Oscars? 

The Oscars will be televised on February 24 at 8:00 p.m. EST. 

Who's hosting the 2019 Oscars?

The 2019 Oscars won't have a host this year, and it marks the first time since 1989 that the award show will be without one. A number of presenters have already been named as a proverbial fill-in, but everyone is really wondering who will win the awards. 

Who is nominated for Best Actress in 2019 Oscars? 

FanDuel Sportsbook has placed odds on the Best Actress category, and here are the nominees: 

Glenn Close is the runaway favorite at -450 for her role as Joan Castleman in "The Wife". The three-time Primetime Emmy Award winner, three-time Tony Award winner and three-time Golden Globe is no stranger to these award shows, as she has 115-lifetime nominations and 46 victories.

Olivia Colman has the second-best odds at +500 for her role as Anne, Queen of Great Britain, in "The Favourite". 

Lady Gaga will undoubtedly be a popular bet at +1000. In what was her silver-screen debut as Ally Maine in "A Star is Born", it's truly an honor to even be nominated in this situation. Having so much popularity out there in public eye, you know Gaga's Little Monsters will be out in full force for their girl and do everything they can to persuade voters to see things their way.

Rounding out the list of nominees are fan-favorite Melissa McCarthy for her role as Lee Israel in "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" and Yalitza Aparicio for her role as Cleodegaria "Cleo" Gutierrez in "Roma". 

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