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Oscars 2024: 'Oppenheimer' wins 7 awards, Ryan Gosling steals the show with 'I'm Just Ken' performance and a full list of winners

In a night of standing ovations, Gosling's performance took the cake.

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 10: Ryan Gosling performs 'I'm Just Ken' from
Ryan Gosling performs 'I'm Just Ken' from Barbie onstage during the 96th Annual Academy Awards. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

The curtains have finally closed on the Oscars. That's a wrap on the 2024 awards season!

Oppenheimer was the big winner of the night, with seven awards including Best Picture and Best Director. The acting awards went to Cillian Murphy (Best Actor, Oppenheimer), Emma Stone (Best Actress, Poor Things), Robert Downey Jr. (Best Supporting Actor, Oppenheimer) and Da'Vine Joy Randolph (Best Supporting Actress, The Holdovers).

Ryan Gosling didn't have to win a trophy to be crowned the true king of the night, though. His performance of "I'm Just Ken," from Barbie, stole the show.

Yahoo Entertainment has you covered with a full list of winners, dispatches from inside the Dolby Theatre and more memorable moments. Catch up on the highlights from Hollywood's biggest night below.

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  • Protest continues after the show

    Oscars attendees exit the Dolby Theatre to protests. (Taryn Ryder)
    Oscars attendees exit the Dolby Theatre to protests. (Taryn Ryder)

    As guests exit the theater, “ceasefire now” is being chanted behind a large hedge barrier as everyone waits for their car-service pick ups.

    Taryn Ryder reporting live from the Oscars

  • What won Best Picture?

    HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 10: Al Pacino speaks onstage during the 96th Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre on March 10, 2024 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
    Al Pacino presents the award for Best Picture. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

    We were all on our feet for Best Picture presenter Al Pacino, whose star power electrified the room. So much so that he maybe didn’t think he had to announce the winner of Best Picture in traditional fashion.

    His casual mention of Oppenheimer as the winner had multiple people looking around to confirm Christopher Nolan’s film was indeed the name called for the top prize. Once we all realized it was, everyone stood up and celebrated accordingly.

    John Krasinski pulled wife Emily Blunt, who was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for the film, in for a kiss and a sweet moment before everyone made their way to the stage.

    Taryn Ryder reporting live from inside the Dolby Theatre

  • Jimmy Kimmel reads mean tweet

    Before moving to the final award of the night, Jimmy Kimmel took a moment to read a review of his performance as host tonight — from former President Donald Trump.

    Kimmel read Trump's Truth Social post aloud:

    "Has there EVER been a WORSE HOST than Jimmy Kimmel at The Oscars. His opening was that of a less than average person trying too hard to be something which he is not, and never can be. Get rid of Kimmel and perhaps replace him with another washed up, but cheap, ABC "talent,” George Slopanopoulos. He would make everybody on stage look bigger, stronger, and more glamorous. Also a really bad politically correct show tonight, and for years - Disjointed, boring, and very unfair. Why don’t they just give the Oscars to those that deserve them. Maybe that way their audience and TV ratings will come back from the depths. MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!"

    "Isn't it past your jail time?" Kimmel shot back at Trump, who faces 91 criminal offenses in four criminal cases.

  • Emma Stone thanks daughter in acceptance speech

    HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 10: Emma Stone accepts the Best Actress in a Leading Role award for
    Emma Stone accepts the Best Actress in a Leading Role award for Poor Things. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

    Emma Stone won her second Academy Award for Best Actress for her portrayal of Bella Baxter in Poor Things.

    In her speech, she thanked the other women nominated in her category, as well as the cast and crew of the film.

    "The best part of making movies is all of us together," she said.

    Stone also thanked her family, with a special mention of her daughter, "who is going to be 3 in three days, and has turned our lives technicolor," she said. "I love you bigger than the whole sky."

    As she left the stage, Stone asked the audience not to look at the back of her dress, as it was broken. She joked that it must've happened during Ryan Gosling's performance of "I'm Just Ken."

  • 'Oppenheimer' wins Best Picture

    • Barbie

    • Poor Things

    • American Fiction

    • The Holdovers

    • Oppenheimer

    • Killers of the Flower Moon

    • Maestro

    • Past Lives

    • The Zone of Interest

    • Anatomy of a Fall

  • Emma Stone wins Best Actress for 'Poor Things'

    • Lily Gladstone — Killers of the Flower Moon

    • Carey Mulligan — Maestro

    • Sandra Hüller — Anatomy of a Fall

    • Annette Bening — Nyad

    • Emma Stone — Poor Things

  • Cillian Murphy dedicates Oscar 'to the peacemakers everywhere'

    HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 10: Cillian Murphy accepts the Lead Actor award for
    Cillian Murphy accepts the Lead Actor award for Oppenheimer. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

    Cillian Murphy predictably won the Oscar for Best Actor for playing J. Robert Oppenheimer in the movie Oppenheimer. It's his first Academy Award.

    "We made a film about the man who created the atomic bomb, and for better or worse, we're all living in Oppenheimer's world," Murphy said. "So I would like to dedicate this to the peacemakers everywhere."

    He also said he was a "very proud Irishman standing here tonight."

  • Nicolas Cage delights during Fab 5 presentation

    US actor Nicolas Cage presents the award for Best Actor in a Leading Role onstage during the 96th Annual Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on March 10, 2024. (Photo by Patrick T. Fallon / AFP) (Photo by PATRICK T. FALLON/AFP via Getty Images)
    Nicolas Cage presents the award for Best Actor in a Leading Role at the Oscars. (Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images)

    There’s a reason why this presenting format was a crowd pleaser in 2009.

    Nicolas Cage had the theater laughing out loud as he toasted nominee Paul Giamatti and quipped that he, too, would give up his sight for a role as Giamatti did during The Holdovers. The actor wore a contact to give himself a lazy eye.

    Taryn Ryder reporting live from inside the Dolby Theatre

  • Christopher Nolan wins Best Director for 'Oppenheimer'

    • Jonathan Glazer — The Zone of Interest

    • Yorgos Lanthimos — Poor Things

    • Christopher Nolan — Oppenheimer

    • Martin Scorsese — Killers of the Flower Moon

    • Justine Triet Anatomy of a Fall

  • Cillian Murphy wins Best Actor for 'Oppenheimer'

    • Bradley Cooper — Maestro

    • Cillian Murphy — Oppenheimer

    • Colman Domingo — Rustin

    • Paul Giamatti — The Holdovers

    • Jeffrey Wright — American Fiction

  • Ryan Gosling performs 'I'm Just Ken' with help from other Kens — and Slash

    Hollywood, CA - March 10: Ryan Gosling during the live telecast of the 96th Annual Academy Awards in Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood, CA, Sunday, March 10, 2024. (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)
    Ryan Gosling peforms "I'm Just Ken." (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

    Ryan Gosling might have lost the award for Best Supporting Actor, but he stole the show with his performance of "I'm Just Ken" from Barbie.

    Accompanied to start on guitar by producer and writer Mark Ronson, Gosling belted out the iconic song. He wore a pink suit and gloves in what appeared to be an homage to the 1953 Marilyn Monroe classic Gentleman Prefer Blondes.

    Actors who played other versions of Ken in Barbie, including Simu Liu and Kingsley Ben-Adir, joined Gosling on stage. An army of other Kens performed choreography alongside them. At one point, Slash appeared for a guitar moment.

    Toward the end, he passed the mic to Barbie director Greta Gerwig as well as co-stars America Ferrera and Margot Robbie for a sing-along.

  • 'What Was I Made For?' ('Barbie') wins Best Original Song

    • “What Was I Made For?” — Barbie

    • “The Fire Inside” — Flamin’ Hot

    • “I’m Just Ken” — Barbie

    • “It Never Went Away” — American Symphony

    • “Wahzhazhe (A Song for My People)” — Killers of the Flower Moon

  • Ryan Gosling is more than 'Kenough'

    The fact practically everyone rushed to their seats from the lobby bar during the commercial break that teased Gosling’s “I’m Just Ken” performance says it all — and it was so worth it.

    A standout moment of the show was when Gosling took the stage alongside his fellow Kens. The crowd was on its feet almost immediately, and then when Slash was a surprise performer, it elevated the Kenergy.

    There wasn’t a person in the room without a smile and who wasn't singing along to the words at the end thanks to the lyrics flashing onscreen. The theater is buzzing.

    Taryn Ryder reporting live from inside the Dolby Theatre

  • 'Oppenheimer' wins the Oscar for Best Original Score

    • Ludwig Göransson — Oppenheimer

    • Jerskin Fendrix — Poor Things

    • Robbie Robertson — Killers of the Flower Moon

    • Mica Levi — The Zone of Interest

    • Daniel Pemberton — Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

    • Joe Hisaishi — The Boy and the Heron

  • The movies that have won Oscars so far

    Here's the up-to-the-minute tally:

    • Poor Things 3 (Makeup & Hairstyling, Production, Costume Design)

    • Oppenheimer 3 (Robert Downey Jr., Supporting Actor, Film Editing, Cinematography)

    • The Zone of Interest 2 (Sound, International Feature)

    • The Holdovers (Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Supporting Actress)

    • War Is Over (Animated Short)

    • The Boy and the Heron (Animated Feature)

    • Anatomy of a Fall (Original Screenplay)

    • American Fiction (Adapted Screenplay)

    • Godzilla Minus One (Visual Effects)

    • The Last Repair Shop (Documentary Short)

    • 20 Days in Mariupol (Documentary Feature)

    • The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar (Live Action Short)

  • 'I wish I would have never made this film,' '20 Days in Mariupol' director says

    HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 10: Raney Aronson-Rath, Mstyslav Chernov and Michelle Mizner accept the Best Documentary Feature Film for
    Raney Aronson-Rath, Mstyslav Chernov and Michelle Mizner accept the Best Documentary Feature Film for 20 Days in Mariupol. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

    Mstyslav Chernov, a Pulitzer-winning journalist and director of Best Documentary Feature winner 20 Days in Mariupol, delivered a powerful acceptance speech. The film follows a team of Associated Press journalists who documented the horrors of war in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol as Russia invaded.

    "I wish I would have never made this film," he said. "I wish to be able to exchange this [for] Russia never attacking Ukraine, never occupying our cities."

    Chernov said he hoped the film would "set the record straight" so that "truth will prevail," and that the people of the city of Mariupol who gave their lives "will never be forgotten."

    "Cinema forms memories, and memories form history," he added. “Thanks to Ukraine.”

  • 'The Zone of Interest' wins the Oscar for Best Sound

    • The Creator

    • Maestro

    • Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning Part One

    • Oppenheimer

    • The Zone of Interest

  • Excitement builds for Ken

    The Kenergy is building.

    Barbie star Simu Liu told the audience to get out their phones and then turn the flashlight on for a sing-along moment during Ryan Gosling's first-ever live performance of "I’m Just Ken."

    Liu also jokingly called out Cillian Murphy and told him to get into it.

    Taryn Ryder reporting live from inside the Dolby Theatre

    WATCH: 'Barbie' stars contemplate the meaning of 'Kenergy.'

  • 'The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar' wins for Best Live Action Short

    • The After

    • Invincible

    • Night of Fortune

    • Red, White and Blue

    • The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar

  • 'Oppenheimer' wins the Oscar for Best Cinematography

    • El Conde

    • Killers of the Flower Moon

    • Maestro

    • Oppenheimer

    • Poor Things

  • '20 Days in Mariupol' wins Best Documentary Feature

    • Bobi Wine: The People’s President

    • The Eternal Memory

    • Four Daughters

    • To Kill a Tiger

    • 20 Days in Mariupol

  • 'The Last Repair Shop' wins the Oscar for Best Documentary Short

    • The ABCs of Book Banning

    • The Barber of Little Rock

    • Island in Between

    • The Last Repair Shop

    • Nǎi Nai and Wài Pó

  • Emma Stone misses 3 wins for 'Poor Things' during bathroom break — and she can’t believe it

    Emma Stone, nominated for Best Actress for Poor Things, jetted out for a bathroom break after Billie Eilish’s performance but happened to miss her film pick up multiple awards. She watched from a monitor on the first floor and was elated to see the movie get three Oscars in a row.

    Stone couldn’t believe she missed it, though — luckily she had friend Florence Pugh with her to watch with the rest of us while she was stuck outside until the next commercial break. She hurried into the auditorium as soon as she could.

    Taryn Ryder reporting live from inside the Dolby Theatre

  • 'Oppenheimer' wins for Film Editing

    • Anatomy of a Fall

    • The Holdovers

    • Killers of the Flower Moon

    • Oppenheimer

    • Poor Things

  • Robert Downey Jr. thanks his wife and his 'terrible childhood'

    US actor Robert Downey Jr. accepts the award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for
    Robert Downey Jr. accepts the award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Oppenheimer. (Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images)

    While accepting the award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Oppenheimer, Robert Downey Jr. delivered a speech packed with dark humor and emotion.

    "I'd like to thank my terrible childhood and the Academy, in that order," he said. "I'd like to thank ... my wife, Susan Downey, over there. She found me a snarling rescue pet and loved me back to life. That's why I'm here. Thank you."

    Downey thanked a few other members of his team as well, including his stylist and "entertainment lawyer of 40 years."

    "Half of which he spent trying to get me insured and bailing me out of the hoosgow. ... Thanks, bro," he said.

  • 'Godzilla Minus One' wins the Oscar for Best Visual Effects

    • The Creator

    • Godzilla Minus One

    • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

    • Mission: Impossible Dead Reckoning Part One

    • Napoleon

  • Robert Downey Jr.'s win delights the crowd

    Everyone was ready to celebrate the Oppenheimer actor Robert Downey Jr.'s first Oscar. (He has lost twice before.)

    After his name was called, he got a loud recognition from his peers. His acceptance speech was a hit too, especially when he thanked his wife, Susan, for rescuing him, getting audible awws in the theater.

    This category was a lock several months ago, as a few of us discussed inside. Not only was his role as Lewis Strauss award-worthy, but Downey is beloved in the industry, as was evident In the standing ovation he received.

    Taryn Ryder reporting live from inside the Dolby Theatre

  • Robert Downey Jr. wins Best Supporting Actor for 'Oppenheimer'

    • Sterling K. Brown — American Fiction

    • Mark Ruffalo — Poor Things

    • Robert De Niro — Killers of the Flower Moon

    • Robert Downey Jr. — Oppenheimer

    • Ryan Gosling — Barbie

  • John Cena (seemingly) bares it all

    TOPSHOT - US actor John Cena presents the award for Best Costume Design onstage during the 96th Annual Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on March 10, 2024. (Photo by Patrick T. Fallon / AFP) (Photo by PATRICK T. FALLON/AFP via Getty Images)
    John Cena presents the award for Best Costume Design onstage. (Patrick/AFP via Getty Images)

    Wrestler turned actor John Cena presented the award for Best Costume Design, but he wasn't wearing much of a costume himself.

    After host Jimmy Kimmel jokingly referenced the notorious 1974 Oscars streaking incident, Cena appeared behind the set — seemingly nude. He used the envelope containing the winner's name to cover himself up before swiftly changing outfits when the lights went down.

  • 'The Zone of Interest' wins the Oscar for Best International Feature Film

    • The Teachers’ Lounge — Germany

    • The Zone of Interest — United Kingdom

    • Perfect Days — Japan

    • Io Capitano — Italy

    • Society of the Snow — Spain

  • Billie Eilish gets a standing ovation

    Hollywood, CA - March 10: Billie Eilish and Finneas O'Connell during the live telecast of the 96th Annual Academy Awards in Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood, CA, Sunday, March 10, 2024. (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)
    Billie Eilish and Finneas O'Connell perform. (Myung J. Chun / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

    Billie Eilish, alongside her brother Finneas O'Connell, received a standing ovation from the audience following her performance of "What Was I Made For?," which was featured in Barbie and nominated for Best Original Song.

    The song also won a Grammy for Song of the Year and a Golden Globe for Best Original Song.

  • 'Poor Things' wins for Best Costume Design

    • Barbie

    • Killers of the Flower Moon

    • Napoleon

    • Oppenheimer

    • Poor Things

  • 'Poor Things' wins for Best Production Design

    • Barbie

    • Killers of the Flower Moon

    • Napoleon

    • Oppenheimer

    • Poor Things

  • 'Poor Things' wins the Oscar for Best Makeup & Hairstyling

    • Golda

    • Maestro

    • Oppenheimer

    • Poor Things

    • Society of the Snow

  • How 'P.I.M.P.' became the signature song for 'Anatomy of a Fall'

    Justine Triet wins Best Adapted Screenplay for
    Justine Triet wins Best Adapted Screenplay for Anatomy of a Fall. (Rich Polk/Variety via Getty Images)

    An instrumental cover of 50 Cent's "P.I.M.P." played onstage as Justine Triet accepted the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for Anatomy of a Fall.

    The song played a pivotal role in the film's opening scene. Without giving any spoilers, it's intended to convey the main character's husband's feelings about her just before her death. The song's lyrics are dissected in a courtroom scene later in the film.

    German funk group Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band performed the version of the song used in the movie. It was chosen after Triet, who is also the film's director, failed to secure the rights to Dolly Parton's "Jolene."

    “I think this song works better than ‘Jolene,'" Triet told The Wrap. "I’m not an American but I think ‘Jolene’ is like a hymn and maybe it would have been too significant, too serious in that sense."

  • Cord Jefferson gets enthusiastic reception

    Cord Jefferson accepts the award for best adapted screenplay for
    Cord Jefferson accepts the award for Best Adapted Screenplay for American Fiction. (Chris Pizzello/AP Photo)

    There was a roar in the room when American Fiction won Best Adapted Screenplay, so it’s clear academy voters appreciated this film — and writer and director Cord Jefferson.

    He received a huge applause when, during his speech, he urged studios to make 20 10-million-dollar films or 50 4-million-dollar films instead of sin $200 million movies.

    Taryn Ryder reporting live from inside the Dolby Theatre

  • 'American Fiction' wins for Best Adapted Screenplay

    • American Fiction — Cord Jefferson

    • Barbie — Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach

    • Oppenheimer — Christopher Nolan

    • Poor Things — Tony McNamara

    • The Zone of Interest — Jonathan Glazer

  • 'Anatomy of a Fall' wins the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay

    • Anatomy of a Fall — Justine Triet and Arthur Harari

    • The Holdovers — David Hemingson

    • Maestro — Bradley Cooper and Josh Singer

    • May December — Sammy Birch and Alex Mechanik

    • Past Lives — Celine Song

  • Kimmel's roasting of Robert Downey Jr. gets mixed reaction in the room

    Robert Downey Jr., left, and Emily Blunt appear in the audience during the Oscars on Sunday, March 10, 2024, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)
    Robert Downey Jr., left, and Emily Blunt appear in the audience. (Chris Pizzello/AP)

    Jimmy Kimmel wasn’t joking when he said the show would run late as his opening monologue got mixed reactions inside the theater — especially when it came to Robert Downey Jr.

    The late night host doubled (tripled?) down on roasting Downey Jr. about past drug use, which had some people in the audience audibly groaning. (To be fair, some laughed too.)

    The Oppenheimer star is a shoo-in to win Best Supporting Actor, so the fact he was roasted for old addiction struggles seemed “inappropriate,” a few guests were overheard saying.

    Let’s not forget that Kimmel and his wife, Oscars executive producer Molly McNearney, are close with Robert and Susan Downey, so it’s unlikely the comedian really crossed a line in the actor’s mind. But it was a little awkward in the room.

    Taryn Ryder reporting live from inside the Dolby Theatre

  • 'The Boy and the Heron' wins Best Animated Feature Film

    • Nimona

    • Robot Dreams

    • The Boy and the Heron

    • Elemental

    • Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

  • 'War Is Over' wins the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film

    • Letter to a Pig

    • Ninety-Five Senses

    • Our Uniform

    • Pachyderme

    • War Is Over

  • 'Thank you for seeing me,' Da'Vine Joy Randolph says

    HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 10: Da'Vine Joy Randolph accepts the Best Supporting Actress award for
    Da'Vine Joy Randolph accepts the Best Supporting Actress award for The Holdovers. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

    "You know, I didn't think I was supposed to be doing this as a career. I started off as a singer, and my mother said to me, 'Go across that street to that theater department. There's something for you there.' I thank my mother for doing that," Da'Vine Joy Randolph said in her emotional acceptance speech for her Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. "For so long I've always wanted to be different. And now I realize, I just need to be myself. Thank you for seeing me."

  • Da’Vine Joy Randolph wins Best Supporting Actress for 'The Holdovers'

    • America Ferrera — Barbie

    • Emily Blunt — Oppenheimer

    • Danielle Brooks — The Color Purple

    • Jodie Foster — Nyad

    • Da’Vine Joy Randolph — The Holdovers

  • Messi, the dog from 'Anatomy of a Fall,' made it to the ceremony

    HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 10: Messi in the audience during the 96th Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre on March 10, 2024 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)
    Messi in the audience at the Dolby Theatre. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

    The beloved border collie from the Best Picture nominee Anatomy of a Fall has unexpectedly taken his seat at the Oscars.

    According to the Hollywood Reporter, a source had said the dog's appearance at other awards season events had "overshadowed" the stars of other movies, so he was not expected to be in attendance on Hollywood's biggest night.

    However, the show's host Jimmy Kimmel shared a video on Instagram of himself "running jokes" with the pup ahead of the ceremony.

    Messi was also spotted in an aisle seat in the audience of the Dolby Theatre. Kimmel also gave him a shout-out in his opening monologue, saying the dog "may have given the performance of the year."

  • Kimmel acknowledges Greta Gerwig's Best Director snub in opening monologue

    TV host Jimmy Kimmel speaks onstage during the 96th Annual Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on March 10, 2024. (Photo by Patrick T. Fallon / AFP) (Photo by PATRICK T. FALLON/AFP via Getty Images)
    Jimmy Kimmel emcees the Oscars. (Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images)

    In his opening monologue, host Jimmy Kimmel called out Greta Gerwig, who "many believed deserved to get nominated for Best Director."

    "I know you're clapping but you're the ones who didn't vote for her by the way," he said.

  • Before the show

    David Alan Grier is the emcee for the night. He gave the crowd a pump-up speech before the show with some very important words.

    "Let's keep these speeches short alright," he said. "Admittedly, this is an intimidating room but this is your room. So if you win, get up on this stage ... speak from the heart ... don't shut the f*** up."

    — Taryn Ryder reporting live from the Oscars

  • See what the stars are wearing to the 96th Academy Awards

    America Ferrera at the 96th Annual Oscars held at at the Ovation Hollywood on March 10, 2024 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Michael Buckner/Variety via Getty Images)
    America Ferrera takes a selfie with fans. (Michael Buckner/Variety via Getty Images)

    The Oscars aren't just a moment for film, they're a moment for fashion.

    From America Ferrera's Barbie-inspired gown to Emma Stone's peplum masterpiece, check out all the best looks from the red carpet.

  • Razzie Awards: ‘Winnie the Pooh: Blood & Honey,’ Megan Fox among this year's big 'winners'

    Megan Fox.
    Megan Fox (Alberto Tamargo/Getty Images)

    The Oscars honor the year's best performances on film but what about the worst? That's where the Razzies come in. Since 1981, the Razzie Awards have been shining a spotlight on what the organizers consider the worst in movies.

    This year's Razzie Awards were dominated by “Winnie the Pooh: Blood & Honey,” which took home five Razzies, including worst film of the year.

    Jon Voight won worst actor for the film “Mercy,” while Sylvester Stallone snagged worst supporting actor for “Expend4bles.”

    Megan Fox had the unfortunate distinction of winning two Razzies, one for worst actress for her work in “Johnny & Clyde” and the other for worst supporting actress for “Expend4bles."

    See the full list of Razzie winners here.

  • What it's like inside the Dolby Theatre

    Once inside there is a strict no-photo policy — for social media, at least.

    Several people are snapping selfies and there’s a reason why. The vibe is electric. It’s hard to tell who is famous because everyone seems to be someone. There are passed trays of champagne and wine with a full bar on each level. Here’s hoping guests ate before because all I’ve seen passed around is the tiniest — but cutest — bite-sized cracker of avocado toast. It’s delicious though!

    — Taryn Ryder reporting live from the Oscars

  • Ryan Gosling rehearsed ‘I’m Just Ken’ on Oscars Eve

    Here’s a photo of Gosling rehearsing “I’m Just Ken” on Saturday.
    Here’s a photo of Gosling rehearsing “I’m Just Ken” on Saturday. (Richard Harbaugh/AMPAS)

    One of the most anticipated musical performances of tonight’s show is Ryan Gosling, who is scheduled to sing “I’m Just Ken,” one of two songs from Barbie nominated for Oscars. The other is “What Was I Made For?” by Billie Eilish and Finneas, which won the Grammy for best song written for visual media.

    Above is a photo of Gosling — in a Caterpillar branded baseball cap and U.S. Hot Rod Association T-shirt — rehearsing "I'm Just Ken" at the Dolby Theatre on Saturday.