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On the biggest night of the movie awards season, in Travolta’s eyes she was just another trophy." 15.12 Here's Jay-Z and Bey enjoying a glass of bubbly at that (extremely glamorous-and-fun-looking) Oscars after-party.
15.05 The Natural History Museum just tweeted this.
But, before we do, I think it's important to point out that someone on Twitter has made a fish-related Oscars joke. If you're planning to get your very own Oscar, you'll need a tank that's at least 40 gallons, a heater, and some really good filters.) 18.36 Viewers weren't that impressed by Alexa Chung's pre-ceremony coverage on Sky last night, according to The Independent.
Apparently Chung, who was on a panel with the actor and director Noel Clarke (he once got eaten by a dustbin on Doctor Who), journalist Boyd Hilton and film critic Alex Zane, knew absolutely nothing about the Oscars, or many of the films up for awards, and had no idea that that actor Neil Patrick Harris was hosting the event.
Her fiery acceptance speech may have gone down well, but a backstage comment she made to the press – "It’s time for all the women in America, and all the men that love women and all the gay people and all the people of color that we’ve all fought for – to fight for us now! Here's his unforgettable description of the moment in question ("slunk" is a great verb): "Johansson was posing for photographers in an emerald green gown from Atelier Versace, when suddenly, in a tuxedo from goodness only knows where, John Travolta came looming into view.
She is, however, included in our In Memoriam gallery on " (via Hollywood Reporter) 15.43 There's some debate over on Twitter surrounding Patricia Arquette.18.05 But, lovely as the speech was, it's hard not to feel the Telegraph's Tim Robey had a bit of a point.For those of you who weren't with us earlier tonight, Tim wrote: "Graham Moore gave a sweet speech saying "Stay weird!Then you're in luck: Kat Brown (who was tirelessly blogging yesterday night) has kindly rounded up all the best tweets and instagram snaps of the night. 12.25 Remember the passionate, forthright speech John Legend gave after receiving the Best Song Oscar for Selma's Glory?
In it, Legend said: "We live in the most incarcerated country in the world.13.30 Back to the evening's main controversy: here's an extract from Robbie Collin's excellent piece on why it doesn't matter if Boyhood was "cheated" out of Best Picture and Best Director wins.