What did raise an eyebrow or two on the night, however, was the Best Picture winner, with Green Book claiming the most prestigious award, despite Roma being the favourite. It was quite a democratic affair, with no one film sweeping the awards. Bohemian Rhapsody led with four wins for Best Supporting Actor (Rami Malek), Editing, Sound Mixing and Sound Editing, but Black Panther, Roma and Green Book each earned three gongs. Aside from the awards surprises, the acceptance speeches ranged from rousing (Spike Lee) to hilarious (Olivia Colman), and although there were no hosts, the presenters – particularly Maya Rudolph, Amy Poehler, and Tina Fey – managed to raise a giggle or two over the course of the evening. Here are the best bits: Maya, Tina, and Amy’s mock opening monologueThe ceremony went ahead without a host for the first time in 30 years, but it didn’t really need one. Maya Rudolph, Amy Poehler, and Tina Fey kicked things off with a mock monologue and that’s all we needed. It went like this: Fey: “Good evening and welcome to the 1 millionth Academy Awards! We are not your hosts but we’ll stand here a little too long so the people… Read full this story
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