Relive the 2016 Oscars with 13 of the best gifs that captured the most memorable moments of the night.
Brie Larson and Jacob Tremblay cheer each other on
The Room stars are each other's biggest fans. While Brie cheered on nine-year-old Jacob as he walked up to the podium to present an award the young Canadian actor returned the favour by giving his on-screen mom a huge hug after her big win for Best Actress.
Tracy Morgan stars in The Danish Girl
The Saturday Night Live alum spoofed the hit drama The Danish Girl by snacking on a freshly baked danish.
Jacob Tremblay's Star Wars moment
Jacob couldn't believe his eyes when he saw robotic characters from Star Wars grace the stage.
Chris Rock sells Girl Scout cookies
To help his daughters sell their Girl Scout cookies, the night's host urged the rich crowd to open their wallets. "Leo you made 30 million!" he exclaimed. Stars like Kate Winslet couldn't resist the sweet treats.
Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe bicker
Before presenting the award for Best Adapted Screenplay, the actors argued over the name of the category. "Let’s not fight, come on, we have two Academy Awards between us, it’s beneath us to argue,” quipped Ryan leaving Russell very confused. "Wait, you’ve won an Oscar?"
The Weeknd makes his Oscars debut
The Toronto native performed a very chic rendition of his nominated song "Earned It" off the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack.
Chris Rock handles the #OscarsSoWhite controversy with humour
In the wake of the controversy surrounding the all-white nominee ballot, everyone wondered how Chris Rock would address the issue. The comedian delivered joke after joke at the expense of the Academy.
Lady Gaga's emotional performance
The singer's performance of her song "Till It Happens to You" from the documentary The Hunting Ground had the star-studded crowd, including Rachel McAdams, in tears.
Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaac's passionate speech
Cheryl addressed the Acdemy with powerful words on the importance of diversity, saying, "Tonight is also a time to talk about the future... Our audiences are global and rich in diversity, and every facet of our industry should be as well."
Leonardo reunited with the bear from The Revenant
Then he finally won his first Oscar!