2016 Oscars: Live Blog Updates With Winners, Losers, Presenters And Performers [PICS]
SIGN UP TO RECEIVE THE LATEST NEWS FROM FASHION&STYLE
12:03: Well the 2016 Oscars have officially come to an end. It was quite an interesting awards show we must say. We're still in tears for Leo's big win. Did you enjoy it as much as we did? Sound off in the comments section below.
12:02: LOL Chris Rock wraps up the night by inviting everyone to the 2016 BET Awards. He also encouraged everyone to buy Girl Scout cookies and shouted out #BlackLivesMatter!
11:59: Wow! "Spotlight" wins the Oscar for Best Picture!
11:58: Morgan Freeman announcing the winner of Best Picture.
11:55: LEO WINS!!!!!!!! YESSSSSS!!!!!!!!! Congratulations Leonardo DiCaprio! Long overdue for this Best Actor Oscar!
11:51: Here's Julianne Moore presenting the Oscar for Best Actor. Our fingers, toes, and everything else are crossed in hopes for Leo!
11:49: You guess it! Another commercial break. But only two more categories left for the 2016 Oscars. Here's to hoping our love Leonardo DiCaprio will be taking home his first ever Oscar for Best Actor when the show gets back from break.
11: 47: Yes! Brie Larson scores her first Oscar ever for Best Actress for her outstanding performance in "Room!"
11:43: And we're back with Chris Rock announcing Eddie Redmayne, who's presenting the award for Best Actress. We're rooting for all of these leading ladies, but we'd love to see Brie Larson get her first big Oscars win.
11:40: The biggest awards of the night are up next after yet another commercial break.
11:37: We knew it! Alejandro González Iñárritu wins Best Director!
11:35: Renowned director J.J. Abrams is presenting the award for Best Director. Will Alejandro González Iñárritu win for his work on "The Revenant?"
11:33: Still on commercials, but that last one has us more than ready for "House of Cards" season three!
11:31: Another commercial break, but we're getting down to the wire people! Award for Best Director is coming up next!
11:29: Sasha Baron Cohen and Olivia Wilde hit the stage to preview the Best Picture nominees "Room" and " Brooklyn." Will Alejandro González Iñárritu win for "The Revenant?"
11:27: Jimmy Napes and Sam Smith win the award for Best Original Song for their work featured on "Spectre." Sam Smith dedicates the award to the LGBTQ community.
11:25: Common and John Legend hitting the stage to present the award for Best Original Song, and we just can not deal with all this attractiveness on one screen.
11:22: Composer Ennio Morricone for "The Hateful Eight" wins for Best Original Score. Even though this is his sixth nomination, this is his first Oscar win ever! Congratulations!
11:19: We should be in awe of Pharrell Williams and Quincy Jones sharing the stage to present the award for Best Original Score, but we're too distracted by Pharrell's bleach blond hair.
11:16: Commercial break!
11:15: Was Lady Gaga's performance of "Til It Happens To You" good enough for you? We're not sure if we were all that in love with it or not.
11:11: VP Joe Biden just announced Lady Gaga's performance. This is straight up history in the making!
11:09: Oh wow! Vice President Joe Biden is at the 2016 Oscars!
11:03: How adorable are Jacob Tremblay and Abraham Attah?
10:59: Okay, a commercial break is in order after that performance. We'll never forget Professor Snape actor Alan Rickman and all the other Hollywood heroes that lost their lives in 2015.
10:56: Dave Grohl is on stage doing his infamous cover of "Blackbird" while paying tribute to the many film industry leaders and influencers that passed away over the last year.
10:52: Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs is on stage now highlighting the importance in diversity in the inudstry going forward.
10:50: Whoopie Goldberg looks ravishing in her black gown looking back at the many Oscar honorees over the years.
10:49: Look at Hollywood raising over $65,000 for Chris Rock's daughter's Girl Scout tribe. Was it all just a joke, or did A-listers really come out of pocket for Samoa cookies and thin mints?
10:48: Back with Chris Rock announcing how much money was raised for his daughter's Girl Scout cookies fund.
10:46: Commercials... again.
10:45: Chris Rock is poking fun at all the stereotypes and racial profiles tonight. We're loving his comedic attempts to help audience members and viewers stay woke.
10:44: Chrissy Teigen and John Legend spotted in the crowd!
10:43: Asif Kapadia and James Gay-Reese win the Oscar for Best Documentary Feature for their work okn the documentary, "Amy."
10:37: The commercial breaks are getting longer, but here's Louis C.K. presenting the award for Best Documentary Short Subject.
10:31: Shucks! Lost that bet, but congratulations to Mark Rylance on his first Oscar win for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his tremendous work for "Bridge of Spies."
10:28: How beautiful does Patricia Arquette look in this navy blue gown presenting the award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role? Who are you hoping wins? Our money is on Sylvester Stallone for "Creed."
10:25: Cracking up at this Chris Rock interview of Compton locals on their view of the lack of minorities being recognized in the film industry this year.
10:21: And we're back with Kate Winslet and Reese Witherspoon both looking fabulous, of course, while previewing Best Picture nominees "Bridge of Spies" and "Spotlight."
10:19: Wait, how hilarious are these voice overs on the Khol's commercials though?
10:17: Did The Weeknd just sing like one verse and the chorus? That performance was not long enough.
10:15: We get chills everytime The Weeknd is on stage, especially when he's performing "Earned It."
10:13: According to Chris Rock, Kevin Hart will be the 2017 Oscars host. He's on stage now shouting out the actors and actresses of color who've been working hard despite all the controversy surrounding race in the entertainment indusry and announcing The Weeknd's performance.
10:11: "Inside Out" wins the award for Best Animated Film Feature. The award is being accepted by Pete Docter and Jonas Rivera.
10:10: It's been 20 years since "Toy Story" was released?!?! Still one of the best animations of all time! Buzz Lightyear and Woody are presenting the award for Best Animated Film Feature.
10:07: Yay! The Minions are presenting the award for Best Animated Short Film.
10:05: Chris Rock missed Girl Scout cookie season because he was too busy with the 2016 Oscars? No thin mints for him!
10:01: More commercials guys, because who else is going to pay for this award show? Commercials are important. But we agree, there could always be less of them.
10:00: It's nothing like "Star Wars" nostalgia at the 88th Annual Academy Awards.
9:58: Olivia Munn and Jason Segel informing us all on the "exact day robots take over" which apparently is August 27. Should we be concerned?
9:52: "Mad Max: Fury Road" is literally on fire at the awards. The films' sound team just cleaned up. Congrats to sound editors Mark Mangini and David White and sound mixers Chris Jenkins, Gregg Rudloff and Ben Osmo on their big win!
9:47: We're so here for Chadwick Boseman and Chris Pine presenting the award for Best Sound Editing and Sound Mixing. Who can pay attention to the sound when these two handsome men are standing side by side?
9:42: LOL at "The Black History Month Minute" with Angela Bassett honoring Jack Black.
9:38: Priyanka Chopra and Liev Schreiber present the award for Best Editing. Maragert Sixel takes home the Oscar for her work on "Mad Max: Fury Road."
9:27 Emmanuel Lubeziki wins Best Cinematography for his work on "The Revenant." The first big win for "The Revenant" this far, but we're still drooling over how ridiculously hot Michael BAE Jordan is in that tux.
9:35: Chris Rock is back introducing the people several of the nominated films are based off of. But he just passed it off to Rachel McAdams and Michael B. Jordan, aka Michael BAE Jordan, with the nominees for Best Cinematography.
9:31: Commercials, commercials, commercials.
9:29: Benicio del Toro and Jennifer Garner are up giving a preview of a few more Best Picture nominated films including "The Revenant" and "Mad Max: Fury Road." As thrilling as "Mad Max: Fury Road" was, we're rooting for Leonardo DiCaprio and "The Revenant" crew.
9:27: "Mad Max: Fury Road" team is cleaning up tonight.
9:25: Margot Robbie holding on to Jared Leto's arm right now is painting a really nice image of a potential Hollywood hookup right now. Do they not look super cute side by side presenting the award for Best Makeup & Hairstyling right now or what?
9:22: Tina Fey and Steve Carell! It's like "Date Night" all over again.
9:19: We're can't get enough of Cate Blanchett's floral blue gown as she presents the award for Best Costume Design. Jenny Beavan takes home the award for her amazing work in the film "Mad Max: Fury Road."
9:14: More commercials brought to you by AT&T and Cadillac.
9:12: The stunning Alicia Vikander win the award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in "The Danish Girl." We're so happy for her on her very first Oscar win ever.
9:09: J.K. Simmons looking incredibly dapper presenting the award for Best Supporting Actress.
9:06: Kerry Washington and Henry Cavil look stunning giving a preview of Best Picture nominated films "The Martian" and "The Big Short." Can we get them side by side on an episode of "Scandal?" Olivia could use a new super hero boy toy.
9:03: Is it us, or has Sam Smith lost a lot of weight since last year's award season? Good looking Sam.
9:01: Sarah Silverman looks amazing presenting the first performer of the night, Sam Smith.
8:58: And we're back with more Chris Rock and a hilarious satirical preview of the Best Pictures nominated. LOL at Rock playing Matt Damon's "The Martian" role to save one black astronaut.
8:55: First commercial break of the night starting with a Samsung ad featuring Westley Snipes, Lil Wayne and a slew of other entertainment greats! Love it!
8:53: "The Big Short's" Charles Randolph and Adam McKay take the win Best Adapted Screenplay.
8:49: Ryan Gossling and Russell Crowe agreeing to disagree right now is too hot for us to handle right now!
8:47: "Spotlight" writers Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer take the award for best Original Screenplay!
8:44: Emily Blunt and Charlize Theron have hit the stage looking absolutely gorgeous with the award noms for Original Screenplay.
8:33: We are loving Chris Rock in the white tux and the #whitepeopleschoice awards jokes already. Who else was going to shed light on the racial inadequacies in the film industry the first few minutes into the 2016 Oscars?
8:30 p.m.: The 2016 Oscars are starting!
The 88th Annual Academy Awards have finally arrived, and we couldn't be more excited to watch some of Hollywood's biggest stars celebrate an amazing year of film.
The 2016 Oscars, hosted by comedian Chris Rock, may just be the most entertaining and interesting award show yet as some of the movie industry's biggest names compete for a over 20 categories of awards.
The award show will kick off with red carpet coverage on ABC starting at 7 p.m. EST, followed by the actual Oscars ceremony at 8:30 p.m. EST.
Follow along with Fashion & Style as we live blog the award ceremony and highlight some of the biggest winners, losers, presenters and performers of the night!
SIGN UP TO RECEIVE THE LATEST NEWS FROM FASHION&STYLE
Feb 28, 2016 11:20 AM EST