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Victory for Moonlight! Shame hardly anyone knew the Oscars' Best Picture nominees

After the months of speculation over who would walk away with the Best Picture Academy Award, Moonlight scooped the golden statue, albeit with a blunder… 707 more words

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Who is Faye Dunaway? Everything you need to know about the actress and Oscar Best Picture presenter

Faye Dunaway has received more attention than most for her short role in yesterday’s Oscars ceremony after she read out the wrong film for the Best Picture award. 610 more words

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Oscar chaos - Moonlight wins Best Picture after envelope mix up

It seemed a rudeamentry victory for La La Land, who was announced to be the winner of Best Picture. However, in the midst of their speech, the La La Land producers soon discovered the mistake and that Moonlight was indeed the victor in the category. 276 more words

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"Moonlight" wins top Oscar ... really!

In what could be described either as “fake news” or the ultimate Hollywood ending, “Moonlight” was awarded the Oscar on Sunday night for Best Picture, but only after “La La Land” was erroneously declared the winner. 105 more words

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Fake Oscars Disaster in the La La Land Moonlight

‘Don’t blame Warren – it was us’: Oscars vote counters apologise for epic blunder in which Beatty and Dunaway name La La Land as Best Picture after being given WRONG envelope before producers hand statue BACK to rightful winner Moonlight  2,782 more words

An official statement has been released following THAT Oscar mix up!

The Oscars saw a huge blunder take place last night (26/02/17) when Warren Beaty and Faye Dunaway accidently announced La La Land as the winner of Best Picture instead of Moonlight. 155 more words

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Warren Beatty & Faye Dunaway Accidentally Gave The Best Picture Oscar To La La Land Instead Of Moonlight

If you went to bed early last night, you missed out on one of the most awkward Oscar moments of all time.

To make a long story short, the Best Picture got Steve Harvey-ed. 292 more words

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