The Oscar Goes To… My Favorite Moments From the 2017 Academy Awards

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Last night was the Oscars, and all the stars of Hollywood were out and shining brightly.

89th Academy Awards

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The night went on as it usually does, expected and unexpected winners, stunning gowns, and teary but powerful speeches…

Viola Davis, Best Actress in a Supporting Role, “Fences”

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Early in the evening, it seemed that biggest WTFs of the elegant night would be when Auli’i Cravalho got clobbered in the head by one of the flag waving dancers during her performance of the song “How Far I’ll Go” from Disney’s Moana.

Amazingly this girl hardly flinched.

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The internet caught this and obviously titled the dancer who messed up the “new left shark.”

Of course

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Then there was this moment.

When Gary from Chicago took the stage.

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The Oscars Host Jimmy Kimmel brought a group of tourists from a bus tour in. But Gary, in his baseball cap and sweatshirt, standing there in open-mouthed shock taking pictures with his purple cell phone became a legend in his own right on this night full of icons.

Agreed

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Let’s not forget Jackie Chan strutted the red carpet with two stuffed pandas dressed as boy band back up dancers who he brought as his dates.

Unicef Pandas for Charity

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Because really, that’s probably the only date I’d get too.

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Also, Suicide Squad actually won an Oscar for Best Makeup and Hair Styling.

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You know for a look that launched a thousand slutty Halloween costumes.

SMH

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And of course the camera panned to Nicole Kidman trying to clap and led me to wonder in concern if she was having a stroke.

Is this an emotion?

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BUT!
The biggest moment of the night came at the very end when Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway took to the stage to present the statue for Best Picture.

First, Warren Beatty opened the envelope and looked confused.

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I thought maybe he forgot his glasses.

He then threw the poor, unsuspecting Faye under the bus

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Thrusting the envelope and its confusing contents over to her to deal with.

She announces “La La Land” as Best Picture.

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All of a sudden Warren Beatty is back on stage, with egg on his face.

He had the wrong freaking envelope! What?!

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It turns out. Moonlight was the winner!

We were given fake news!

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The reactions to this insane moment when they literally took the Oscars out of the hands of the people of LaLa Land were priceless!

Um

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What

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Just

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Happened

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???

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Of course, the internet was in its glory with this faux pas.

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Comparing it to the time Steve Harvey crowned the wrong Miss Universe.

Comparing this debacle to the 2016 Presidential election

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Because it was eerily similar

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And left us feeling queasy

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Again

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It was quite an ending to the night that made sticking around for the nearly four-hour broadcast worth it. You couldn’t have scripted a more dramatic twist for this Hollywood night.

Though the master of third act shockers, M. Night Shyamalan thought he could have.

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What a year this has been. Between the election, the Beyonce Grammy upset, and this… how much more can we handle?

Seriously 2017, what’s next?

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