One of the highlights of the night was a Hollywood Secrets sketch (above) featuring Julia Roberts & Hugh Grant. Tons of a-list actors share their memories of working with their fellow glitteratti, but they expose one of the their DEEPEST secrets in the process — their real voices!
Female Driven Reboot: Indianna Jones with Anna Kendrick:
After the excitement about the all-female reboot of Ghostbusters, Hollywood is remaking other classics with female leads! Check out a first look of Anna Kendrick playing Indianna Jones and the Last Crusade!
U.K. Stars Lend A Hand:
Since host Seth Meyers explained that "this is an American show now," NBC still wanted to be nice to it's U.K. stars and make them feel useful, so they all lent a hand backstage! Helen Mirren serves tea, Benedict Cumberbatch writes the cue cards, and plenty more award winning actors do grunt work!
Bill and Melinda Gates Cope with a Crazy Crew:
The charitable couple can't quite get their message out with a director who keeps interrupting them!
Gwyneth Paltrow and Rose Byrne's New Play:
Golden Globe winning writer Stephen Merchant writes a new play starring himself, Rose Byrne, and Gwyneth Paltrow. But when the new lines seem a little off, Rose and Gwyneth do a little improv of their own!
Billy on the Street with Martin Short:
Billy Eichner takes to the streets of New York City with Martin Short in hopes that people will give money to charity, except not everyone he approaches knows who the comedy legend is!
Ben Stiller, Anonymous Donor:
Ben Stiller does his best to keep his generous donation anonymous, but keeping his identity a secret is harder than he thinks!
Reservoir Bitches - with the Cast of Orange Is the New Black:
A followup to the Hollywood female driven remakes sketch, the ladies of Orange is the New Black parody a famous scene in Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs where the robbers discuss code names, except these women have a different take on colors.
It's hard to imagine the Oscars without its jaw-dropping ending!
As you know, La La Land was mistakenly announced as the winner of the Best Picture award when it was really Moonlight that won! The shocking moment led to an awkward series of events, with even Jimmy Kimmel cutting in to smooth everything over.