For the first time in 30 years, the Academy Awards went without a host. And while it felt like the evening moved a little more smoothly without one, it was still a long night. So if you didn't watch the entire show, here are the highlights, popular moments and big wins from the night.
Everyone wore velvet.
Billy Porter's velvet tuxedo dress absolutely destroyed everybody else on the red carpet Sunday night. Did anybody else even walk the red carpet? Cast him in the next "A Star is Born" remake, please.
When you come to the Oscars, you must dress up. Thanks@CSiriano for creating this custom couture masterpiece.@OscarHeymanBros you have outdone yourselves with your iconic jewels. Style by@sammyratelle Grooming by Anna Bernabe.@TheAcademy#AcademyAwards2019#oscars#oscars2019pic.twitter.com/IpTG2OK20x— Billy Porter (@theebillyporter)February 24, 2019
Also, Jason Momoa rolled in wearing a pink velvet suit and a matching pink scrunchie and now I've ordered a package of velvet scrunchies on Amazon.
Melissa McCarthy and Bryan Tyree Henry presented an award in the best costumes ever.
The duo walked out on stage to present the Best Costume Design award wearing over-the-top costumes of their own, clearly inspired by "The Favourite," looking absolutely regal and absolutely ridiculous. McCarthy's outfit had stuffed animals attached to it, and she even had a rabbit hand puppet.
Melissa McCarthy and Brian Tyree Henry announce the award for Best Costume Design in some costumes of their own.#Oscarshttps://t.co/zSrvQG8ZE6pic.twitter.com/SPkT92WlSw— ABC News (@ABC)February 25, 2019
Mike Myers and Dana Carvey joined forces to present "Bohemian Rhapsody."
To introduce the highlights from nominated Best Picture "Bohemian Rhapsody," Myers and Carvey reunited 26 years after their iconic film "Wayne's World," which featured the best "Bohemian Rhapsody" singalong ever. They pointed to members of Queen who were sitting in the audience and exclaimed "We're not worthy!"
It was a huge night for people of color.
Several presenters from the night, including presenters for the best foreign film award and the duo who introduced Best Picture nominee "Roma," spoke in Spanish about the importance of love, compassion and telling the stories of underrepresented communities.
"Black Panther" received h three awards throughout the night, including a win for production design for Hannah Beachler, the first black woman to ever be nominated in the category, and Ruth Carter's win for costume design made her the first black person to win in that category.
For his role in "Green Book," Mahershala Ali took home the award for best supporting actor, making him the first black man to win two awards in that category.
Spike Lee took home his first-ever Oscar for best adapted screenplay for "BlacKkKlansman" and the director gave an acceptance speech about his personal experiences, Black History Month and the upcoming presidential election, telling the audience to "do the right thing," shouting out his 1989 film by the same name.
Spanish-language film "Roma" got three awards, including a big win for best director for Alfanso Cuaron.
Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga performing together was just as good as you wanted it to be.
They walked out of the audience to perform together on stage and left everyone watching absolutely speechless with their chemistry as they performed "Shallow," the nominated song from "A Star is Born." You can watch it here.