If You Didn't Watch Sunday Night's Oscars, Here's What You Missed

If you didn't catch Sunday night's Oscars, you didn't miss much. Many agreed it was a strange ceremony and more boring than usual (I agree with this) but if you do care here is a rundown of what you may have missed:

Some of the best moments from the show included Regina King's opening and Minari actress Youn Yuh-Jung flirting with Brad Pitt. Glenn Close dancing after her record loss was also entertaining.

As for the worst moment of the night:

For the second time in five years, the Oscars ended in mass confusion. When Joaquin Phoenix showed up to present the award for Best Actor, it was widely expected to go to the late Chadwick Boseman for his explosive role in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. Instead, it went to The Father’s Anthony Hopkins—who wasn’t in attendance. The camera then cut to a visibly disappointed Questlove, manning his DJ booth, who gave a short speech, and then it was over.

Twitter immediately alighted with alarm and jokes. “That’s the worst TV ending since ‘Game of Thrones,’” wrote Matt Brennan, the TV editor of the LA Times.

For a full list of the winners, click HERE.

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