On the 26th of February last Sunday the motion pictures association of America hosted us to the 80th Academy Awards. It will be an understatement to say
that the show was short of drama.
Closing the show was the award for the best picture, probably the most coveted award of the evening Jimmy kimmel came out and announced that La La La land
was in the winner for the best picture category.
The entire cast and crew came up on stage and were already giving their acceptance speech only for Jimmy kimmel to come back on stage and say that he made a
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Mistake? Mistake? Mistake? Mistake at the Oscars, at the 89th Academy Awards, on the grandest stage of all movie awards with not less than 35 million and
almost 40 million viewers watching all over the United States and the world at large.
I believe the beauty of a program or show is when an hour, a week and even months after the show people are still able to talk about the show and make
reference to the show. Whether good or bad.
Last year it was Leonardo DiCaprio winning the Oscars for the first time after almost twenty years career.
With Donald trump already saying he was going to boycott the show for an event in New York and the #oscarsowhite controversy taken care of,I wouldn’t put it
past the organizers of #oscar2017 to have intentionally setup the entire charade.
For heaven sake this guys are professional actors, they make real what entirely is fake.
La La La land had nothing to loose, they where the big winners of the night with 5 Oscars out of 14 nominations. Jimmy kimmel might not have been aware of
the whole stunt. It might have been a last minute idea.
The Oscars was going pretty well, smoothly and fine. What is that one thing that could happen or we could do to add a twist to the show that will keep
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Gbam! switch the cards and call out the wrong winners.
Intentional or not, their motive has been achieved, Oscar was the no 1 trending topic on Twitter and most searched term on Google.
Whatever the case maybe, #oscars2017 will certainly be remembered in history.