On Oscar night, the Hollywood celebs who aren't nominated usually sit and watch the three-hour plus ceremony on TV. Many attend lavishly catered "viewing parties" — while others park it on the sofa with some munchies, just like you. Of course, world events could mean Sunday night's Oscar ceremony will be postponed at the last minute. Just in case, though, TV Guide Online polled Tinseltowners to learn which movies and movie stars they're rooting for. According to them, the 75th Annual Academy Awards should go to...

Vin Diesel (A Man Apart): Catherine Zeta-Jones worked her ass off in Chicago. And you could tell she enjoyed it!

Michael Chiklis (The Shield): Chicago for best picture.

Jeff Probst (Survivor): How could you not give it to Nicole Kidman for The Hours?

Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon (NYPD Blue): I'd love to see Queen Latifah get it for Chicago, absolutely!

Alex McLeod (Joe Millionaire hostess): Catherine Zeta-Jones.

Sharif Atkins (ER): Daniel Day-Lewis (Gangs of New York). I haven't seen the other performances in his category, so I'm admittedly biased.

Chad Michael Murray (The Lone Ranger): I'm rooting for Daniel Day-Lewis.

Benicio Del Toro (The Hunted): I'm a Jack boy.

Andrea Parker (Less Than Perfect): Meryl Streep (Adaptation).

Jamie Kennedy: I'd like to see Martin Scorcese for best director for Gangs of New York — 'cause he's never won and he deserves it!

Lynn Whitfield (Head of State): Julianne Moore was stunning in Far From Heaven.

Jason Schwartzman (Rushmore, Spun): Nic Cage (Adaptation) was great.

Penny Johnson Jerald (24): Julianne Moore for Far From Heaven.

Cathy Moriarty (Analyze That): Martin Scorsese. He directed me in my first feature — Raging Bull opposite Robert De Niro — that ultimately earned me an Oscar nomination at the age of 18. I want him to win.

Frankie Muniz (Malcolm in the Middle, Agent Cody Banks): I'm rooting for Catherine Zeta-Jones.

Jhoni Marchinko (Will & Grace executive producer): Julianne Moore for Far From Heaven.

Todd Oldham (MTV's Crib Crashers): Queen Latifah. She was so lovely to me in the beginning of my clothing career. I did a lot of her stage clothes, and I've just been such a huge fan of hers.

LeAnn Rimes: Catherine Zeta-Jones.

Jacqueline Obradors (NYPD Blue): Go Salma Hayek! I haven't actually seen Frida, but I love her!