Oscars 2020: 10 Of The Most Unforgettable Moments Of The Night

Oscars 2020: 10 Of The Most Unforgettable Moments Of The Night

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Another Oscars ceremony had wrapped. Aired on ABC last 9th of February 2020 PST Time, the 92nd Academy Awards honored the best of 2019 in film. The ceremony honored the universally acclaimed South Korean dark comedy Parasite with Best Picture, Best Director for Bong Joon-ho, Best International Feature Film and Best Screenplay.

As usual for a ceremony as glamorous as the Oscars, a lot of surprises and successes came from Hollywood’s most glamorous night. To sum up just the funnest and most outrageous moments of the night, here are just ten of them, which speaks the vibe of the ceremony:

1. Janelle Monáe Beginning The Ceremony

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