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Oscar Ceremony

Some moments from the Oscar telecast.

The room, as they say, at the Oscar ceremony.

The room, as they say, at the Oscar ceremony.

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Pharrell Williams got Amy Adams (and even Meryl Streep) to shimmy for him during his best song number.

Pharrell Williams got Amy Adams (and even Meryl Streep) to shimmy for him during his best song number.

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My least favorite part of any Oscar show, the ridiculous musical numbers for best song. Time for a bathroom break.

My least favorite part of any Oscar show, the ridiculous musical numbers for best song. Time for a bathroom break.

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John Ridley accepts his Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay (for "12 Years a Slave") from Penelope Cruz and Robert DeNiro.

John Ridley accepts his Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay (for "12 Years a Slave") from Penelope Cruz and Robert DeNiro.

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Presenter Daniel Day-Lewis and winner Cate Blanchett.

Presenter Daniel Day-Lewis and winner Cate Blanchett.

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Capturing the moment... Matthew McConaughey hears his name called.

Capturing the moment... Matthew McConaughey hears his name called.

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Some genuine joy from a desrving winner, Lupita Nyong'o, Best Supporting Actress for "12 Years a Slave."

Some genuine joy from a desrving winner, Lupita Nyong'o, Best Supporting Actress for "12 Years a Slave."

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Meryl Streep helps herself to pizza.

Meryl Streep helps herself to pizza.

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Not even the pizza guy bringing some pie to the celebrities could make the night better.

Not even the pizza guy bringing some pie to the celebrities could make the night better.

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Too many self-congratulatory, badly cut montages slowed the already slow ceremony down... and for no reason besides self-promotion.

Too many self-congratulatory, badly cut montages slowed the already slow ceremony down... and for no reason besides self-promotion.

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Harrison Ford seemed so bored that when he used the words "euphoric" and "exhilarating" it felt like an oxymoron.

Harrison Ford seemed so bored that when he used the words "euphoric" and "exhilarating" it felt like an oxymoron.

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Presenter Goldie Hawn, another female celebrity who no longer looked like herself. And in her case, didn't even sound like herself.

Presenter Goldie Hawn, another female celebrity who no longer looked like herself. And in her case, didn't even sound like herself.

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Kim Novak and Matthew McConaughey gave out the award for animation but poor Novak seemed incapable of any facial animation whatsoever. Why do these actresses feel the need to so much plastic surgery? They look better or at least more natural without it.

Kim Novak and Matthew McConaughey gave out the award for animation but poor Novak seemed incapable of any facial animation whatsoever. Why do these actresses feel the need to so much plastic surgery? They look better or at least more natural without it.

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Nominee Leonardo DiCaprio with winner Lupita Nyong'o.

Nominee Leonardo DiCaprio with winner Lupita Nyong'o.

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Best supporting winners Lupita Nyong'o and Jared Leto enjoying their moment in the glow of Oscar gold.

Best supporting winners Lupita Nyong'o and Jared Leto enjoying their moment in the glow of Oscar gold.

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Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey and Oscar nominee Bono.

Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey and Oscar nominee Bono.

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Bette Midler at the tribute to all the folks who passed away. This year was better than most and they at least remembered Harold Ramis.

Bette Midler at the tribute to all the folks who passed away. This year was better than most and they at least remembered Harold Ramis.

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Presenter Daniel Day-Lewis. One of the few presenters not to flub their lines. Maybe that's because he's a classically trained actor who can perform any job he's given?

Presenter Daniel Day-Lewis. One of the few presenters not to flub their lines. Maybe that's because he's a classically trained actor who can perform any job he's given?

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