Oscars 1998: Looking back at the year 'Titanic' reigned supreme

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20 years ago, the Oscars looked totally different!

1998 was the year that "Titanic" reigned supreme, tying the all-time Oscars record set by "Ben-Hur" by taking home a stunning 11 total Academy Awards. 

Kate Winslet, who starred in the film, was still a redhead back then, and Celine Dion, who sang the film's theme "My Heart Will Go On," was gorgeous as she stepped out with her now-late husband René Angélil.

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There were also a ton of former couples in attendance. Alec Baldwin accompanied wife Kim Basinger, who won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar that year for "L.A. Confidential," while Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver, Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas and Matt Dillon and Cameron Diaz were all former couples that walked the red carpet together 20 years ago.

For more from the 1998 Oscars, click through the gallery below:

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