The journalists were finishing up their stories and the producers of ‘Land La La’ were making their acceptance speeches, hoping to go home soon. Just then, Jordan Horowitz, the producer, was waving a white card and standing at the microphone. This is not a joke. You guys won Best Picture, there was a mistake, it’s ‘Moonlight’.
Disorder, rectification, and remorse of the venue at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles were in disarray. “WHAT IS OCCURRING” started gaining popularity on Twitter. “What?! Are you joking with me?!” The screaming and profanities started thereafter.
TODAY USA had reporters stationed in all key parts of the theater, who reported what they saw and witnessed the unfolding unprecedented mess-up and scrambled to document what happened.
Oscar got it wrong, wrong, soooo wrong. The presenters announced the wrong best picture; Moonlight was the winner, not La La Land.
In the early hours of the morning on the Eastern seaboard, a tumultuous situation unraveled on the stage of the Dolby Theatre. The theater was filled with astonished celebrities and a multitude of spectators with jaws dropped open, while millions of viewers witnessed the colossal, highly cringe-worthy blunder unfold in the annals of the Academy Awards.
“La La Land,” she exclaimed, after perusing it and retrieving the envelope. Perplexed, he glanced at Dunaway. He hesitated for a prolonged moment as Beatty unveiled the envelope and appeared bewildered, but it was Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway who were delivering the presentation.
The cast and crew of the highly acclaimed movie emerged. They began delivering their acceptance speeches.
The PricewaterhouseCoopers accountant stated that the filmmakers from La La Land accepted the wrong envelope for the best picture award and hurriedly went up on stage to rectify the mistake.
Chaos erupts. Nobody knows how Beatty received the best-actress envelope instead of the best-picture envelope.
“Oh, my goodness. Moonlight emerged victorious, Moonlight emerged victorious,” a stagehand exclaims, her hands on her head.
We are currently investigating how this could have happened and deeply regret the occurrence. The issue was promptly corrected when it was discovered that the presenters had mistakenly been given the wrong envelope in the category explanation statement. PricewaterhouseCoopers would issue a statement explaining the situation around 3 a.M. ET.
This is not a mistake, but rather a statement that “Moonlight” is the best picture that you guys won. After saying, “This is not a joke,” and waving one finger in the air, the producer of “La La Land,” Jordan Horowitz, took the microphone, receiving a rousing hurrah from the crowd.
He raised the card and the camera zoomed in: It displayed Moonlight and listed the names of the producers.
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The audience at the Oscars burst into applause upon confirming that Moonlight was the deserving winner of the best-picture award. To clarify the mistake, Beatty once again took the microphone.
I wanted you to tell me what happened. I opened the envelope and it said “Land La La,” Emma Stone’s land. That’s why I took such a long look at you and Faye, I wasn’t trying to be funny.
Kimmel attempted to crack a joke, however, host Jimmy was extremely upset. He expressed that what occurred was “extremely regrettable,” yet he still managed to make light of the situation. “In my opinion, I hold Steve Harvey accountable for this,” he stated. (Harvey is infamous for incorrectly announcing the winner of Miss Universe in 2015).
ON THE SECOND FLOOR.
Thunderous applause resounded on the lower floor, where the atmosphere was strikingly different from the ongoing events. The victor was declared as Moonlight, and only a few individuals rose and applauded. Spectators appeared disheartened; the majority of them were fervent supporters of La La Land. Attendees of the Oscars exchanged glances and murmured, “Pardon?” Audible astonishment emanated from the mezzanine.
Everyone appeared perplexed. Oh my God, oh my God, muttered and held the director Barry Jenkins with Oscar, while filmmakers from Moonlight poured backstage.
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Best-supporting-actor winner Mahershala Ali expressed, “I feel very strange.” “That was quite uncomfortable.” Despite the situation, La La Land star Ryan Gosling maintained a smile as he encountered Ali and they embraced each other.
“I became extremely concerned,” Ali stated. “Then, upon witnessing the security personnel emerge onto the stage and witnessing their moment being interrupted in some manner, I am genuinely pleased for them, a collection of remarkable individuals both in front of and behind the camera. When the name of (La La Land) was announced, it did not come as a surprise to me.”
The Moonlight turned out to be the winner when it was thrown. “I didn’t want to go up there and take somebody from it. It’s very hard to feel joy in a moment like that. It’s quite remarkable. But I feel very fortunate for all of us to walk away with the best picture.”
Damien Chazelle, the director of La La Land, maintained his composed demeanor. “That was strange,” he remarked.
They carefully check the envelope in their hand before walking out to make sure they have the right one. There is a lot of confusion because both presenters, Beatty and the staffers, had envelopes and security went looking for them.
Additionally, Jimmy Kimmel is secretly anticipating another ‘Envelopegate’.
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“What just occurred?” Kimmel exclaimed, returning to his dressing room in astonishment.
The host expressed, “I am endeavoring to accurately recall the particulars, as I anticipate being questioned about this perpetually. My presumption is that it will likely be attributed to human error. I possess no knowledge on the matter.”
Later, he adds, “I really need to go talk to Warren.”
“Best show ever! Best show ever!” Shouts are there. Kimmel’s show praising backstage speech a gave, writers show the representing Carolla, Adam.
IN THE MEDIA ROOM.
As reporters tried to discern if they were really watching the biggest Oscar flub ever or a bit that was planned, I was truly stunned and couldn’t help but wonder, “What?” The most common refrain was a wave of shock that hit the press room backstage, leaving roughly 100 journalists staring at the screen with their mouths wide open.
I actually ended up being the winner of the best-actress card for La La Land, but I’m not sure what happened. The first guys I talked to wanted to talk to me the whole time, reporters told Emma Stone.
I think it’s one of the best films of all time. I’m so excited for Moonlight. I love Moonlight so much. I adore Moonlight. She was genuinely happy for the actual winner though.
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Opposite USA TODAY, a particular journalist captured the general agreement, whether it was positive or negative. Frantically attempting to rephrase, reporters who had initially believed their headlines were guaranteed were still in shock ten minutes after the broadcast concluded.
“The Oscars had the most incredible ending ever.”