Best actor Daniel Day-Lewis, best supporting actress Tilda Swinton, best actress Marion Cotillard and best supporting actor Javier Bardem show off their Oscars.

The 92nd annual Academy Awards took place on Sunday, Feb. 9, at 8 p.m. EST at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, California. The 2020 Oscars once again had no host and in 2019, the ceremony went without a host after Kevin Hart was booted from the position over past. However, the alluring Hollywood event, which honours the cinema world over, began on a high note. From Janelle Monáe and Billy Porter opening the show with a force pressed execution to Brad Pitt stowing the primary Oscar of the night for his supporting job in ‘Once Upon A Time in Hollywood’ – it was one engaging event. Rapper Eminem gave a surprise performance at the 92nd Academy Awards and the audience welcomed his act. He received a standing ovation from the celebrities like Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Gal Gadot, Grammy winner Billie Ellish and Anthony Ramos.

Joaquin Phoenix had quoted his later brother and stated, “I’m full of so much gratitude now. I don’t feel raised over any of my kindred chosen people or anybody right now, we share a similar love – that is the affection for the film. Also, this type of articulation has given me the most uncommon life. I don’t have the foggiest idea where I’d be without it. But I think at times we feel more comfortable with the greatest gift that it’s given me, and many people in

are the opportunity to use our voice for the voiceless.

Here is the finished rundown of the champs of the 92nd Academy Awards:

Best Picture


Leading Actress

Renee Zellweger for ‘Judy’

Leading Actor

Joaquin Phoenix for ‘Joker’

Best Director

Bong Joon Ho for ‘Parasite’

Supporting Actor

Brad Pitt for ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’

Supporting Actress

Laura Dern for ‘Marriage Story’

Best Original Song

Elton John for ‘I’m Gonna  Love Me Again’, ‘Rocketman’

Original Score

Hildur Gudnadottir for ‘Joker’

Best Original Screenplay

Bong Joon Ho and Han Jin Won for ‘Parasite’

Best Adapted Screenplay

Taika Waititi for ‘Jojo Rabbit’

Best International Feature Film Award


Animated Feature Film

Josh Cooley, Mark Nielsen and Jonas Rivera for ‘Toy Story 4’

Animated Short Film

Matthew A Cherry and Karen Rupert Toliver ‘Hair Love’

Live-Action Short Film

Marshall Curry for ‘The Neighbors’ Window’

Achievements in Production Design

Barbara Ling and Nancy Haigh for ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’

Costume Design

Jacqueline Durran for ‘Little Women’

Documentary Feature

Steven Bognar, Julia Reichert and Jeff Reichert for ‘American Factory’

Documentary Short

Carol Dysinger for ‘Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone’

Sound Editing

Don Sylvester for ‘Ford v Ferrari’

Sound Mixing


Achievements in Cinematography

Roger Deakins for ‘1917’

Achievements in Film Editing

Michael McCusker and Andrew Buckland for ‘Ford v Ferrari’

Achievements in Visual Effects

Guillaume Rocheron, Greg Butler and Dominic Tuohy for ‘1917’

Achievements in Make-up and Hairstyling

Kazu Hiro, Anne Morgan and Vivian Baker for ‘Bombshell’


After a standout awards season, we’ve finally reached the pinnacle—Oscars night. The red carpet is always fulfilled with fashionable, staggering, marvellous apparel worn by celebrities with sparkling jewellery. The red carpet was a bit more subdued, with many black looks, some white, and a few flashes of colour. Though, as they say, the devil is in the details. See which gowns rose to the top of the best-dressed list—from Charlize Theron in fitted Dior Couture to Saoirse Ronan in whimsical-chic Gucci to Florence Pugh in an eye-catching green Louis Vuitton.

Penelope Cruz

The ageless actress is wearing a custom gown based off a dress from Haute Couture collection, complete with camellia flower, a pearl belt, a bow, and an asymmetrical hemline. In other words, all of our Chanel dreams come true. 

Saoirse Ronan

Ronan stood out in, ivory, and lavender gown with deep V-neck, silk Duchesse-waist ruffles and moiré skirt, finished with Gucci High Jewelry earrings and ring. It’s elegant, but risk-taking—the ideal combination for a nominee. 

Rooney Mara

Mara loves a great black gown, and custom creation features cascading black lace with a slashed and cuts away puff-sleeved bodice edged with rouleau loop buttons. The drop waist and cut-outs make it a stand-out. 

Brie Larson

Larson shines in a sequin cape dress composed with 120,000 sequins, 110,000 glass beads, 13,000 Swarowski crystals, and 6,500 pink strass jewels, requiring over 1,200 hours of hand embroidery. We’re calling it well worth it. 

Janelle Monáe

Never one to shy from a dramatic look, Monáe brought it in a custom crystal-lacquered silk lamé tulle mesh evening dress. The real pièce de résistance? A draped hood. The gown is fully hand-embroidered with over 168,000 Swarovski crystals. 


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