The 89th Academy Awards are here and the winners have been crowned. Each crowning ceremony over the years has been special in its own way. The hosts are chosen based on their ability to keep the audience entertained in between the performances and the announcements. Moments like the popular Ellen selfie which "broke the internet" and the fan-favorite actor Leonardo DiCaprio finally winning an Oscar have been memorable and are etched in our minds. This year's Oscars was no different with some moments which will be remembered not only till the next one but way beyond that. As the celebrities go and celebrate their winnings or hope to win that coveted trophy next time, we look back at some moments which we will remember forever.
The bro hug between Justin Timberlake and Ryan Gosling would not mean much to some of you. For a lot of people, it was a throwback to the time the duo starred in the All-New Mickey Mouse House Club as kids.
Auli'l Cravalho's Performance
The 16-year-old who made her debut by being the voice behind Moana, performed the track How Far I'll Go on stage. One of the background dancers ended up hitting her head with one of the flags but the teen continued with her song without missing a single note. Talk about how the show must go on.
Viola Davis' Speech
Viola Davis made history when she accepted her first Academy award for Best Supporting Actress (Fences). She is known for her Emmy-winning performance in How to Get Away with Murder. The role requires a lot of monologs, which she delivers flawlessly. She was at her best as she accepted the award and delivered a speech, which according to Jimmy Kimmel, deserved an award of its own. She thanked the playwright, in the most beautiful way possible saying, "Here's to August Wilson, who exhumed and exalted the ordinary people."
Donald Glover has already been roped in to play Simba in Disney's live-action version of The Lion King. That news didn't stop Sunny Pawar, who is known for his performance in the movie Lion, from having his "Circle of Life" moment as he was lifted into the air by the beaming Jimmy Kimmel.
The Best Movie fiasco
Steve Harvey can finally relax. His fiasco will be long forgotten as people talk about the new one. Warren Beaty and Faye Dunaway announced La La Land as the winners for the Best Movie and halfway through their acceptance speech is when they realized that it was the movie Moonlight that actually won the award. We are going to making memes of this for ages to come.
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