We countdown the top 10 moments of 2019's OSCARS!

It's the biggest night in Hollywood, so we've counted down the top 10 moments of the night. Take a look...
10. Billy Porter's Dress

Actor Billy Porter stole the show before it even happened! The actor arrived on the red carpet in a dramatic Christian Siriano tuxedo gown. The dress, designed as a mixture of both feminine and masculine design, ignited social media, with many stating the dress was the best that night.

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9. No Oscar Host

The ceremony was the first this year to have no host in 30 years. Instead a plethora of stars took on the mantel with some hitting the mark perfectly. The first out were SNL alumni, Maya Rudolph, Tine Fey and Amy Poehler.

The ladies had the audience in stitches as they made fun of the host-less awards and the how they would have opened the show.

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8. Rami Malek Wins

Rami Malek became the King of Hollywood as he won Best Actor for his role in Bohemian Rhapsody. The star thanked Queen and Freddy Mercury as well as his family. He spoke movingly about his Egyptian heritage and his pride of being a first generation American and immigrant.

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7. Spike Lee Wins

After 35 years finally veteran director, Spike Lee won his first Oscar. The actor who had already received an honorary Oscar was overjoyed as he won for Best Adapted Screenplay. Presented by Samuel L. Jackson, the director literally leapt into his arms, he also exclaimed to the producers of the show to not start the timer.

And we don’t blame him as Lee waited 35 years for the joyous moment.

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6. Melissa McCarthy and Brian Tyree Henry.

They presented the awards for make-up and costume, and both actors certainly got into the spirit of things. Both hilariously turned up in over-the-top costumes, with Henry in a Black Panther inspired costume and McCarthy honouring The Favourite.

The pair had the audience in stitches as McCarthy jokingly animated a puppet Rabbit.

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5. Mahershala Ali Makes History

The actor Mahershala Ali made history at last night’s award ceremony as he became the first African America actor to win two Best Supporting Actors awards. Ali won his first for Moonlight and last night, he added to the collection for his performance in Green Book.

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4. Green Book Shock Win

Speaking of Green Book, the movie took home the award for Best Picture shocking many critics. Roma was the favourite to win but was beaten to the top award. Many felt the victory was controversial, mostly Spike Lee who was said to have left the ceremony after the announcement.

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3. Queen's Opening

The show kicked off with a bang as Queen performed a medley of their hits with Adam Lambert. The opening number had the audience rocking with many praising the vocals of Lambert. But it was the poignant ending, showing Freddy Mercury on the screen behind them that received the loudest cheer.

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2. A Star Is Born

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper both performed their monster hit, The Shallows on the night. The highly anticipated performance didn’t disappoint, with many fans praising the vocals of both stars. But it was the undeniable chemistry between the two which captured the attention of those watching.

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1. Olivia Colman Reigns

It was arguably the best Oscars speech in years and Brit actress, Olivia Colman won over Hollywood with her self-deprecating and genuine acceptance speech. The star, who thanked her family and looked completely shocked at her win had the audience in stitches, even finishing her speech thanking Lady Gaga!

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