Lupita was the total princess of the night at the Oscars, and not only did she wear a dress that rivaled Cinderella, but she had a second Cinderella moment when she went up the stairs to pick up her Best Supporting Actress award!
She swept her dress up the stairs just like ScarJo in her Disney ad shot by Annie Leibovitz, but we wanna know…
Who Swept Her Dress Across The Stairs Better???
- Scarlett Johansson as Cinderella (25%)
- Lupita Nyong'o (75%)
Total Votes: 7,037
[Image via Getty & Annie Leibovitz/Disney]
Boo!! Erm…we meant yay!!
His significant other went for an equally classic look. Jenn matched the carpet in a forest green Ines Di Santo gown featuring a delicate lacy overlay on top of a shimmery nude layer!
She completed her look with a chic box clutch and strappy black sandals.
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Even the Academy makes mistakes, you guys…
And we're not just talking about Leo DiCaprio's Best Actor loss!
The ladies are both beauties—but c'mon, they don't look that much alike!
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Can someone get Bill Murray a calendar or something, because we're pretty sure he doesn't know what year it is!!
The only problem is, he made a teeny tiny mistake when he was getting ready to open the envelope! He said:
"The 2013 Oscar for the Best Cinematography in a major motion picture is gonna go home with…"
Hmmmm. Last time we checked we were in the year 2014!!
Perhaps we have a Groundhog Day situation over here and he's just stuck in the same day over and over again!
Ch-ch-check out his flub (above)!
During the Oscars, Ellen took a head count of who wanted pizza during the show and forgot about poor Kerry wanting a slice!
SCANDAL! Ker sat in her seat with an empty plate, but thankfully they had some of the greasy fast food for the actress!
After getting her pizza fix, the baby bumpin' beauty wrote on her Instagram photo:
We're so happy!!!
The award for Best Picture at the 2014 Oscars goes to 12 Years a Slave!
In our humble opinion, the biggest award of the night went to the right film! And this marks Brad Pitt's first Academy Award, as a producer and co-star of the flick!
Director Steve McQueen accepted the award and spoke on the film's behalf. And this win made him so happy, he couldn't help but jump for joy!
Ch-ch-check his acceptance speech in the video above!
For such a socially important movie to take the top prize just makes us want to jump for joy too!
It was an AH-Mazing year for movies! Other Best Picture nominees tonight included American Hustle, Captain Phillips, Dallas Buyers Club, Gravity, Her, Nebraska, Philomena and The Wolf of Wall Street.
Hooray for Hollywood! And hooray for the Best Picture of 2014 - 12 Years a Slave!