Oscars 2023 Winners: Ratings, Breaking News, Audience, Snubs and Oscar Reactions

Jimmy Kimmel, Everything Everywhere and a Donkey: 2023 Oscars Highlights

Everything everywhere all at once dominated the 95th Academy Awards, held Sunday night at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles.

Michelle Yeoh took home the Best Actress award, becoming the first Asian woman and only second woman of color to win the trophy. The film also won Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Original Screenplay for writers/directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert.

Brendan Fraser cemented his comeback with a Best Actor win for The whalewhile Everywhere Stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan won Best Supporting Actress and Best Supporting Actor respectively.

The night was not without controversy, with criticism targeting Jimmy Kimmel’s interview with Malala and a painful encounter between model Ashley Graham and an “obnoxious” Hugh Grant.

Many also felt that Angela Bassett deserved the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. The award instead went to Jamie Lee Curtis, prompting what many viewers described as a “real” reaction from Bassett.

There were plenty of edgy looks on the “champagne” carpet this year, including Rihanna who appeared in a T-shirt, sneakers and a bucket hat.

A full list of tonight’s winners can be found here.


History repeats itself in the purest way

After Harrison Ford’s announcement Everything everywhere all at once as the Best Picture winner, the entire cast joined him on stage.

Oscar-winning actor Ke Huy Quan kissed his former IndianaJones co-star in a huge hug, in what many noted as a “full circle moment” for a scene from the 1984 film almost 40 years ago.

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Michelle Yeoh: Miss Malaysia, stunt legend, Bond Girl – her movie-worthy journey to the Oscars

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Lady Gaga rushes to help photographer during Oscars red carpet appearance

Lady Gaga reacts after the photographer fell to the ground right in front of her

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Why Michelle Yeoh’s Wacky Favorite Everything, Everything At Once Deserved Best Picture

“You might say going to bat for a favorite is boring and generally I agree – but when that favorite has spent decades as an underdog, boredom is a small price to pay for validation. late.”

My colleague Annabel Nugent makes the case for a rare favorite that actually deserved the top prize at this year’s Oscars.

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From Michelle Yeoh to Brendan Fraser, this year’s Oscars gave the forgotten a second chance

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Hilarious Woman Spotted Trying To See Around Tems’ Oscars Dress

Tems, whose full name is Temilade Openiyi, arrived at the 2023 Oscars in a flowing white tulle gown, which included a headpiece that circled her head and shoulders. The dress was designed by Los Angeles-based designer Lever Couture.

However, the helmet proved to be a bit of a problem once Tems left the champagne carpet and took his place in the crowd.

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Fans react to Oscar-winning actor’s ‘comeback of the century’

Fraser’s victory comes after many years out of the spotlight, and for a film that proved extremely divisive among viewers…

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David Baddiel wades into Hugh Grant row over Ashley Graham interview

The actor, known for his dry sense of humour, was interviewed by model Ashley Graham at the ceremony last night (March 12).

Posting to Twitter on Monday, March 13, comedian Baddiel wrote: “Those here who are going after Hugh Grant for being rude on the Oscars red carpet may have mixed the word rude with the word real.”

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Irish President hails Oscars success as Irish Goodbye wins coveted award

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Andrew Garfield winces as Oscars crowd belatedly applauds

Andrew Garfield winces as Oscars crowd belatedly applauds

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