The 2017 Oscars promised to be the most exciting awards show, and it definitely delivered. From Viola Davis' emotional acceptance speech to host Jimmy Kimmel surprising a tour group with a free trip to the ceremony (with one lucky fan even getting a kiss from Ryan Gosling), these are the highlights everyone will be talking about.
Click through the gallery to see highlights from the 2017 Academy Awards.
When Viola Davis won "Best Supporting Actress" for Fences.
"I became an artist and thank God I did because we are the only profession that celebrates what it means to live a life," she said during an emotional acceptance speech. The 51-year-old is now the first black actress to win an Oscar, an Emmy, and a Tony.
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When Jimmy Kimmel surprised a tour group by bringing them front stage at the Oscars.
They not only got to take selfies and exchange hugs with celebs like Ryan Gosling and Nicole Kidman, but one of the lucky fans, who said she was engaged, got unofficially "married" by Denzel Washington.
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This woman's mind was blown when Ryan Gosling gave her a kiss on the cheek.
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When Jimmy live tweeted President Trump from his Twitter account.
The host mentioned he was surprised Donald hadn't tweeted about the show yet, so he tweeted at the POTUS from the stage.
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When Dwayne Johnson showed off his musical chops while presenting.
The former wrestler and action movie star had a surprisingly impressive voice.
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When Seth Rogen was joined by Michael J. Fox in a salute to Back to the Future.
They even brought a Delorean on stage!
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When Jennifer Aniston teared up while presenting the "in memoriam" segment.
She choked up while mentioning Bill Paxton, who passed away earlier that day at the age of 61.
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When doughnuts were dropped onto the audience, and Taraji P. Henson was disappointed for not getting any.
She tried to get fellow co-star Octavia Spencer to share.
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When Warren Beatty accidentally announced the wrong film for Best Picture.
He announced La La Land, who came to the stage and gave an acceptance speech. However, the speech was interrupted when it was revealed that the actual winner was Moonlight. Warren explained it was an honest mistake.