Janelle Monáe kicked off the evening with an homage to Mr. Rogers.
And then Janelle and Billy Porter put on a performance that proved they should open every awards show.
Bong Joon-ho stared at his Oscar with pride.
Joaquin ended his speech with a nod to his late brother, River.
Laura Dern shouted out her parents during her speech for Best Supporting Actress.
Taika Waititi had nowhere else to put his Oscar so he sheepishly put it underneath the seat in front of him:
When the stage was being turned off during the Parasite cast’s speech for Best Picture, the audience rallied the show to let them keep talking.
Matthew A. Cherry shared this tweet after his Hair Love win that shows the power of Twitter.
Idina Menzel sang “Into the Unknown” with nine other women who play Elsa in international versions of Frozen.
Timothée Chalamet stared right into the camera and threw a peace sign.
Julia Butters revealed to the LA Times that she brought a sandwich in her purse.
Bong Joon-ho honored Martin Scorsese when he won for Best Director, saying that “When I was in school, I studied Martin Scorsese’s films” and called it a “huge honor” to be nominated alongside him.
Spike Lee paid tribute to Kobe Bryant with what he wore to the awards.
Salma Hayek held Oscar Isaac’s hand for an important reason:
Kaitlyn Dever watched along as Beanie Feldstein was interviewed by Billy Porter.
Jane Fonda debuted a new gray ‘do.
The Parasite cast had fun with E!’s red carpet slow-mo camera.
James Corden and Rebel Wilson dressed up in Cats costumes and got distracted by the microphone.
1917 cinematographer Roger Deakins talked about how Parasite deserved to win Best Picture.
Shia LaBeouf shared a hug with his Peanut Butter Falcon co-star Zack Gottsagen.
Timothée Chalamet photobombed Margot Robbie on the red carpet and she reacted like this:
Antonio Banderas blew kisses.
And Billie Eilish made this face: