The Oscars are arguably the most sought-after honour in the Hollywood awards calendar. Following a more sombre approach to the red carpet throughout the 2018 awards season, where many of Hollywood’s most famous faces chose black ensembles in solidarity with the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements, last night’s Oscars 2019 red carpet was a more colourful affair. See all of the best dressed live from the biggest night in film.
From the red carpet arrivals, presenters and performances to the nominations, winners and standout moments of the night, here is everything you need to know about the Oscars 2019.
The Oscars ceremony got off to a mildly awkward start this year, as Maya Rudolph, Tina Fey, and Amy Poehler, presenting the Best Supporting Actress award, did a little comedy routine acknowledging that this year’s presentation had no host.
The ceremony was a night of firsts: Spike Lee won his first non-honorary Oscar, for co-scripting BlacKkKlansman, and delivered a shaky, emotional speech that was one of the evening’s few nods toward current politics. Black Panther, which picked up three wins out of its seven nominations, became the first Marvel Studios movie to win an Academy Award.
The red carpert was definitely one of our best parts of the ceremony, and we are calling out the best and most trophy-worthy looks of the night.
See the full list of all the winners here.
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