5 Unforgettable Moments in Oscars History

If you’re a movie lover, you know that The Oscars is the most awaited ceremony of the year. The awards show is always full of surprises and great moments that stay with us forever. Here are 5 unforgettable moments in Oscars history that you probably already know but have forgotten about.

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Let’s go back in time and see what moments marked the most popular movie awards show:

1. 1999

In 1999, Roberto Benigni wins an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film for Life Is Beautiful (La vita è bella). And what does he do? The excitement got the best of him so much that he walks on chairs on his way to the stage. What a way to celebrate!

2. 2003

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Photo by U.S. Consulate Vladivostok

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In 2003, Adrien Brody becomes the youngest actor to ever win an Oscar at the category for Best Leading Actor. But that’s not all. He decided to kiss Halle Berry who presented the award, much to her surprise.

3. 1998

1998 was a great year for best friends Matt Damon and Ben Affleck who were an absolute joy to watch winning the award for Best Original Screenplay. Most people know them as actors, but their talent as writers of the screenplay for drama Good Will Hunting shone through.

4. 2016

2016 was the year when Leonardo DiCaprio finally got his well-deserved Oscar award for Best Actor in The Revenant. And the internet exploded! People have been waiting for this to happen for a few years in a row.

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Photo by Disney | ABC Television Group

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5. 2017

Fast forward to 2017, we’re almost still not sure who exactly won the award for Best Motion Picture, which is THE award of the night. Theories about the mix-up abound on the internet. If you missed this year’s ceremony, know that somehow La La Land won, but then they didn’t. And as we watch Moonlight producers snatch the award right at the end, we wonder what went wrong. This will definitely go down in Oscars history as one of the most awkward moments on stage.

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