The 7 Best Moments From The 2018 Oscar Awards
All the tweets, memes and funny celebrity moments you care most about.
Award season culminated last night at the 90th Academy Awards in Hollywood - the biggest night in film.
If you didn't watch the ceremony last night, well, I couldn't blame you. That award show is long and can get very boring.
The best moments are easily the memes, tweets and social media posts. We're rounding up some of the funniest things you missed during last night's 90th Academy Awards.
Taraji P. Henson came through with some major shade towards red carpet host Ryan Seacrest. She deserves a statue just for this.
Last year's Best Picture mistake (remember that?) has led to some prop edits for the 2018 Oscars.
Aside from Adam Rippon's killer fashion statement, the 2018 Academy Awards felt queerer than ever, which was AH-MAZING.
Points to Adam Rippon and Jeremy Scott for bringing the queer to the red carpet!
My goodness, it was incredible to see a woman thank her wife, and a man thank his husband in the *same* acceptance speech! #oscars🌈— Keith Caulfield (@keith_caulfield) March 5, 2018
One Twitter user detailed all the monumental moments of visibility for our LGBTQ+ family in Hollywood - and it's pretty wonderful.
Here’s why tonight’s #Oscars is groundbreaking and genuinely inspiring for LGBTQ representation and visibility. 🌈— Raymond Braun (@raymondbraun) March 5, 2018
💛 Yance Ford became the first openly transgender director nominated for an Oscar, and was featured in a moving highlight reel about the importance of representation and inclusion in Hollywood. #Oscars— Raymond Braun (@raymondbraun) March 5, 2018
💚 Transgender activist and icon Janet Mock was featured in Andra Day and Common’s performance of “Stand Up for Something,” which highlighted ten activists on stage. #Oscars— Raymond Braun (@raymondbraun) March 5, 2018
Seriously, go follow this twitter thread, there are a lot of note worthy LGBTQ+ Oscar moments on this user's thread, and simply too much to put in here.
Jennifer Garner seemed to be having a moment during last nights Oscars ceremony. Caption this yourself!
What realization did Jennifer Garner just come to? pic.twitter.com/pWtycEDEVs— bobby finger (@bobbyfinger) March 5, 2018
Kobe Bryant - yes, Kobe Bryan, the basketball dude - is now an Oscar-winner in what was probably the biggest surprise to me. Didn't even know he was a filmmaker, let alone nominated.
Has Kobe Bryant out-done MJ in his post-NBA career? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/b10GrYtwkx— NBA Memes (@NBAMemes) March 5, 2018
Jennifer Lawrence wasn't up for any awards, this time... but she held onto her glass of wine like a coveted Oscar trophy...all night long.
And of course, No Oscars round-up would be complete without some Meryl Streep appreciation posts.
Now, this one just makes a lot of sense. Meryl Streep IS the fairy godmother of every gay boy's dreams. We are not worthy.
Jennifer Lawrence and Jody Foster ripped into Meryl Streep in the best way.
Even Tiffany Haddish knows what's up.
Really though, I think I could do a whole post about Tiffany Haddish. She wins the Oscars. Period.
"My father is from Eritrea and he passed away last year. And he said one day I would end up here and if I ever end up at the Oscars to honor my people, so I’m honoring my fellow Eritreans." -- Tiffany Haddish https://t.co/blbofGuvZS #Oscars90— HuffPost (@HuffPost) March 5, 2018
Every other tweet in my timeline is people begging for Tiffany Haddish & Maya Rudolph to host next year and add me to the chorus.— Celeste Ng (@pronounced_ing) March 5, 2018
Someone start the bid to have Tiffany Haddish host the Oscars next year, cause she is next level amazing!