The golden girl of the oscars never fails to disappoint, Jennifer Lawrence manages to recreate last year’s hilarious fall, although this time she didn’t even make it into the theatre. Instead, she tripped on a traffic cone.
Click on the image to watch the fall.
After losing out to Lupita Nyong’o for Best Supporting Actress, Jennifer goes on to wrestle for her second Oscar statuette.
Ellen returns to the Oscars and resurrects the selfie.
Last time Ellen hosted the shindig in 2007, she took a snap with Clint Eastwood as a way to remember the event.
This year she decided to grab a selfie with Liza Minelli.
But that was nothing compared to the ‘Best selfie ever!’
From left to right the celebrities in the uber-selife are, Jared Leto, Jennifer Lawrence, Channing Tatum, Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts (looking like she has had one to many gin and tonics) Ellen Degeneres, Kevin Spacey (looking oddly like Pee-wee Herman), Bradley Cooper, Brad Pitt, Lupita Nyong’o, Peter Nyong’o (making the most of his sister’s new found fame and A-list friend) and Angelina Jolie.
Following the Tweet of this selfie, it soon became the most retweeted tweet in history, easily beating the previous record held by Barack Obama’s ‘Four more years’ tweet.
Probably the best red carpet moment of the night, Benedict Cumberbatch photo-bombs U2.
Benedict then goes on the photobomb 38 other things
Ellen delivers pizza to the audience who have more than likely been starving themselves for the past months to fit into their Oscar dress.
John Travolta messes up his one line.
Introducing Idina Menzel to perform the Oscar nominated song ‘Let It Go’ from Frozen, Travolta somehow manages to introduce her as ‘Adele Dazeem’, and we have the vine to prove it.
If you’re interested in how John Travolta would introduce yourself at the Oscars, some internet geek has created a way to Travoltify your name.
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