What's Next For Oscar Host And Winners?

Oscar host Seth MacFarlane said hosting was fun, but will he do it again? Meanwhile, the stars get back to work after Hollywood's biggest night. INSIDE EDITION has the scoop.

"No way." That's what Oscar host Seth MacFarlane says about hosting the big awards show again.

And MacFarlane is reacting to the critics who say he bombed as host, tweeting a photo, saying: "My cat said the show went well."

The Hollywood Reporter is analyzing "Oscar's biggest mistakes," saying MacFarlane isn't the only one who "struck out."

Sophie Schillaci from The Hollywood Reporter said, "It seemed very unrehearsed. The Avengers got up on stage and it was almost as if they had never met before. It was very stiff. There wasn't a lot of banter, or repoire."

Even the usually hilarious Melissa McCarthy and Paul Rudd somehow failed to connect.

Meantime, it didn't take long for Oscar's leading lady to change her look. Jennifer Lawrence was just spotted leaving a Beverly Hills salon with much darker hair. The Best Actress winner is getting ready to reprise her role as Katniss Everdeen in the sequel to The Hunger Games.

And there's more controversy surrounding Anne Hathaway's Oscar gown.

Everyone was talking about the darts on the side of the bust giving the illusion that you were seeing more than you really were.

Now, we're learning that the Best Supporting Actress winner was expected to wear a different dress. Hathaway originally chose a dress by Valentino. The design house even sent out a press release the afternoon of the Oscars saying Hathaway was wearing their, "pink embroidered tulle illusion gown."

But, when Hathaway learned that her Les Miz co-star, Amanda Seyfried, was wearing a very similar dress, she made a last-minute switch to the pink Prada gown the world saw on the red carpet.

Oscar fashions are expected to inspire women everywhere when they dress up in the months to come.

INSIDE EDITION found dresses for a fraction of the cost of the designer creations worn by the stars.

Charlize Theron chose a Dior couture gown for $40,000. INSIDE EDITION found a similar dress at David's Bridal for only $399.

Style expert Katlean De Monchy told INSIDE EDITION, "It could be worn for a wedding, or a night on the town."

Jessica Chastain's glimmering Armani gown cost around $60,000. INSIDE EDITION found a similar dress for $440 at Scala.

And little Quvenzhané Wallis' puppy purse is starting a craze. The purse of a Yorkie wearing a tutu and tiara was custom-made for the nine-year-old by Poochie and Co.

Leslie Palmer of Poochie and Co, said, "Since the red carpet, these dogs have been selling like hotcakes."