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What critics and fans thought of Jimmy Kimmel's Oscars hosting
Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel did his best last night to focus on the positive. And it looks as though it paid off relatively well, at least where critics and fans were concerned. (This does not take into the show's ratings into account.) Right from his opening monologue, Kimmel emphasized that “this is
Oscars' most intimate celebrity moments occur off-camera
There are cameras everywhere at the Academy Awards, but some of the most intimate celebrity moments at the show still manage to escape the lens
Biggest Oscars moments: Jimmy Kimmel takes on #MeToo, politics
"The View" co-hosts discuss the biggest moments of the 2018 Academy Awards.
90th Oscars dance between honoring and correcting the past
90th Oscars dance between honoring and atoning for the past in a show that awards 'The Shape of Water' its top honor
Highlights: 2018 Academy Awards
A good Monday morning to all we begin with the biggest winners in Hollywood of the stars mark Oscar night with a call gender equality and inclusion. So the best picture award went to the critically acclaimed fantasy film. The shape of water beating out the fan favorites get out. The show had its
'Shape of Water' wins big at 2018 Oscars
How host Jimmy Kimmel addressed last year's best picture envelope mix-up and see the other winners at Hollywood's big night.
'Shape of Water' triumphs at an Oscars awash in change
The 90th Academy Awards brought the most tumultuous awards season in recent memory to a close Sunday, with Jordan Peele winning best screenplay for the script to his horror sensation "Get Out"
Oscars 2018: What you saw and what you might have missed
This year's Oscars were full of nostalgia and can't-miss moments as the Academy Awards celebrated its 90th year. Throughout the evening, montages of past winners and past hopefuls were played, including "Rocky," "Precious," "Dirty Dancing," "Titanic" and "Black Panther." “The Oscars wish to thank
Deja vu? Beatty, Dunaway announce correct winner this time
The end of the Oscars on Sunday felt like an epic do-over. Just like last year, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway took the stage to announce the biggest award of the night, best picture. Last year's announcement went famously awry when Dunaway announced that "La La Land" won best picture, only for
Oscars 2018: Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty present best picture winner one year after snafu
One year after presenters Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty were handed the wrong envelope to announce the winner for best picture, the actors returned to the 90th annual Academy Awards to do the honors again. "It's so nice seeing you again," Beatty said. "Presenting is lovelier the second time