‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ led the night with seven Oscars including best picture.
2023 Oscar winners’ acceptance speeches
LOS ANGELES — “Everything Everywhere All At Once” lived up to its title Sunday night at the Oscars, with the film taking home gold in seven categories, including best picture, best actress for Michelle Yeoh and best directors for the Daniels.
Lady Gaga made a costume change for her emotional Oscar performance by swapping her Donatella Versace gown for a black graphic tee and ripped jeans.
Kimmel kicked off the 2023 Oscars at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles by parachuting in to Hollywood’s biggest night in an homage to “Top Gun: Maverick.” In his opening monologue, he also took aim at last year’s infamous “slap.”
“We want you to have fun, we want you to feel safe, and most importantly, we want me to feel safe,” he said, referring to Will Smith’s slapping of Chris Rock. “So we have strict policies in place. If anyone in this theater commits an act of violence at any point in this show, you will be awarded the Oscar for best actor and permitted to give a 19-minute long speech.”
Oscars 2023 host Jimmy Kimmel opened up for the 95th award ceremony by making jokes that take aim at Will Smith.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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