Oscars 2017: Twitterati can't handle the faux pas of Moonlight winning Best Picture

The reigning moment of the Oscars 2017 was when the wrong name was announced by Warren Beatty for Best Picture

FP Staff February 27, 2017 11:50:58 IST
Oscars 2017: Twitterati can't handle the faux pas of Moonlight winning Best Picture

There's really no debate about this. The reigning moment of the Oscars 2017 was when the wrong name was announced by Warren Beatty for Best Picture. At first, La La Land was announced best picture, and the cast and crew of the film also arrived on stage to receive the award.

It was then producer of the film Jordan Horowitz, who announced that there was a mistake, and that the real winner was Moonlight.

This was followed by a barrage of funny tweets on the mishap.

The real winner of the night

Credit lene aa jate hai sab ke sab

Poor envelop boy

Bring on the Steve Harvey jokes

*Applause*

Wishful thinking?

Trust Spongebob memes to always do the trick

FINALLY SOME BOLLYWOOD RECOGNITION

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