Wow! The 89th Annual Academy Awards will go down as one of the most unforgettable Oscars ever, thanks to that snafu at the very end in which La La Land was mistakenly named Best Picture over the actual winner, Moonlight. It's a pity that the bungled final award will overshadow the rest of the night, since the lively show had so many great moments before that bizarre one. Relive them all right here!
Justin Timberlake started the show with a performance with a performance of his nominated song "Can't Stop the Feeling!" that got fellow Best Original Song nominee Sting dancing more awkwardly than you'd expect from Sting.
Candy dropped from the ceiling, and Ryan Gosling wasn't impressed.
Best Foreign Film The Salesman's Iranian director Asghar Farhadi was boycotting the ceremony to protest Trump's travel ban. In his absence, Iranian entreprenuer Anousheh Ansari read a powerful statement on his behalf.
Sting paid tribute to murdered journalist James Foley — and the concept of journalism as a whole — with his performance of his nominated song "The Empty Chair" from the documentary Jim: The James Foley Story.
Best Animated Film winner Zootopia's producers gave a speech that didn't downplay the movie's political message.
Jimmy Kimmel hoodwinked a bus full of unsuspecting tourists into crashing the ceremony, and it was wonderful. Gary from Chicago and his fiancée got "married" by her favorite actor, Denzel Washington, and it was the cutest and funniest moment of the night.
Kimmel and adorable Lion child star Sunny Pawar recreated The Lion King.
Then Kimmel tweeted @realDonaldJTrump.
That was a setup for the next bit — a round of "Mean Tweets."
John Legend did a medley of songs from La La Land.
Moonlight's Barry Jenkins and Tarell Alvin McCraney dedicated their Best Adapted Screenplay win to "black, brown and gender-noncomforming people."
And La La Land, of course, won Best Picture.
Except for not! After La La Land's producers had given like one and a half acceptance speeches, TWIST, MOONLIGHT WON BEST PICTURE! SOMEONE GAVE WARREN BEATTY THE WRONG ENVELOPE! LA LA LAND PRODUCER JOSH HOROWITZ WAS LIKE "THIS IS NOT A JOKE. MOONLIGHT WON BEST PICTURE."
It was one of the most mind-melting live TV moments of all time — NO ONE HAD ANY IDEA WHAT WAS GOING ON!
Nobody thought we'd end up feeling sorry for La La Land tonight, but La La Land got did dirty. No fault to Moonlight, though, which a lot of people hoped would pull off an upset. Just not like this.
Hacksaw Ridge editor John Gilbert has the final word on this WTF situation: