The 91st Academy Awards may not have had a host, but the 3 hour, 17 minute-long show was filled with plenty of heartwarming and gut-wrenching moments. Here, TheWrap rounds up the 11 best and worst bits of the 2019 Oscars.
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BEST/WORST: The Host-Less Opening — It’s not your fault, Adam Lambert. It’s just that it’s weird to hear anyone sing “We Are the Champions” that isn’t Freddie Mercury. (Maybe a pass for now: Oscar winner Rami Malek?) Meanwhile, Amy Poehler, Tina Fey and Maya Rudolph made their best pitch to be next year’s Oscars hosts, and we hope the Academy was listening.Also Read: Oscars 2019: Maya Rudolph, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Didn’t Host, But Might as Well Have
BEST: Tyler Perry Calls Out Academy — While presenting the Best Cinematography category, Perry reminded everyone of the Academy’s ill-fated attempt to move some of the awards to the commercials — one of which was going to be Best Cinematography.
BEST: Awkwafina and John Mulaney Are the Most Adorable/Overwhelmed Presenters Ever — The breakout star of “Crazy Rich Asians” and the “SNL” alum were honored just to be announcing those who were nominated for Best Animated Short at the 91st Annual Academy Awards — even if they were totally freaked out while doing it. These two very funny people had a very funny, joint on-stage panic attack while recapping how starstruck they were hanging out backstage, rubbing elbows with the other A-list presenters.
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