From Daniel Kaluuya shocking his mom to Glenn Close's dance to Frances McDormand's howling tribute, we break down the big moments from the Oscars.
You can always count on the Academy Awards for some good TV.
Although many categories were seemingly sewn up going into Sunday's show, the Oscars are famous for their surprising wins ("Moonlight" over "La La Land" for best picture) and shocking moments (Eminem popping in to perform "Lose Yourself" last year, much to Idina Menzel's bewilderment).
This year was no different, with the reimagined Oscars ceremony held at Los Angeles' iconic Union Station for the first time ever. The host-less, mask-less event featured nominees in person in L.A., as well as remotely from "hubs" such as London and Paris, for those unable to travel because of COVID-19 restrictions.
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