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Five highlights of the Oscars 2024 that were not included in the live broadcast: from Sterling K. Brown's hysterical scream to Billie Eilish without shoes

Five moments from the Oscars that were not shown live

The 2024 Oscars telecast had many highlights, but some things were not included in the live broadcast. In particular, at the Governor's Ball afterparty, actor Sterling K. Brown could not contain his emotions. The movie star screamed hysterically, stretching out his hands to the statuette that director Cord Jefferson received for Best Adapted Screenplay. The writer handed him his award and noted that Brown was also to blame for this because without him he would not have received it.

At the same time, cameras captured singer Billie Eilish standing in white golf shoes, holding her shoes in her hands behind her back, as she waited for her name to be engraved on the award. The Oscar winner came to the event with her brother Finneas and mother Maggie Bird. The singer became the youngest ever two-time winner of the trophy for Best Original Song. The details were recorded by the American weekly Variety.

Actress Emma Stone's husband, writer Dave McCary, showed his tender support for the two-time Oscar winner at the Governor's Ball. In particular, while the winner was having her statuette engraved, he hugged her around the waist and gently kissed her on the cheek.

Before movie star Ryan Gosling's performance of I'm Just Ken, actor Simu Liu came to the microphone and asked the audience to raise the flashlights of their phones and sing along to the epic ballad about masculine strength. The cameras captured the impressed reactions of Margot Robbie, the protagonist of the movie "Barbie", but the entire audience was just as enthusiastic, applauding at every beat of Gosling's performance.

This year's Oscar ceremony began with a five-minute delay. Even though it was scheduled to open an hour earlier than usual. This happened because pro-Palestinian protesters closed down most of Hollywood, and many of the event's participants arrived at the Dolby Theater seconds before it started.

On the night of March 10-11, the 96th Academy Awards took place in Los Angeles. The winner of the evening was the film "Oppenheimer," which was presented with 13 nominations and won 7 of them.

This year Ukraine won the first Oscar in the history of its independence. The golden statuette went to the documentary "20 Days in Mariupol." The film was shot by Ukrainian videographer and military journalist Mstyslav Chernov, with photographer Yevhen Malolietka and producer Vasylisa Stepanenko working with him.

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