Oscars 2023 live updates: Latest news, overall winners and Oscars reactions

Jimmy Kimmel, Everything Everywhere and a Donkey: Highlights of Oscars 2023

Everything Everywhere Simultaneously has dominated the 95th Academy Awards, held Sunday night at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles.

Michelle Yeoh took home the award for Best Actress, becoming the first Asian woman and only the second woman of color to win the trophy. The film also won Best Picture, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay for writer/directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert.

Brendan Fraser cemented his comeback with the Best Actor award The whalewhile Everything Everywhere Lead actors Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan took home the award for Best Supporting Actress and Best Supporting Actor, respectively.

Other winners included Women talking Best Adapted Screenplay,The whale for the best makeup and hairstyle and Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinocchio for best animated film. The night was not without controversy, with criticism aimed at Jimmy Kimmel’s interview with Malala and a poignant encounter between model Ashley Graham and a “despicable” Hugh Grant.

There were plenty of bold looks on the ‘champagne’ carpet this year, including Rihanna who appeared in a t-shirt, trainers and a hat.

A full list of tonight’s winners can be found here.


Oscars fan points out striking coincidence in Michelle Yeoh and Halle Berry’s Best Actress wins

An online movie buff has pointed out a surprising relationship between two Academy Award winners who made history.

And fans have now spotted an interesting coincidence between Yeoh and previous Best Actress winner Halle Berry!

Roisin O’ConnorMarch 13, 2023 08:45


Kate Hudson rejects red carpet awkwardness

One of ABC’s red carpet hosts had a moment to forget with Kate Hudson ahead of the 2023 Oscars.

Hudson stars in the Oscar-nominated film Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mysterybut she was not nominated for her acting.

However, one of the interviewers appeared to have forgotten this as he interviewed the star on the ‘champagne’ carpet as the stars arrived at the awards show.

Roisin O’ConnorMarch 13, 2023 08:15


Brendan Fraser fans were delighted by a rare appearance by the Best Actor winner’s sons

He may be a Best Actor winner, but Brendan Fraser still has his feet on the ground, thanks in part to his sons, who made a great appearance with their dad at the 2023 Oscars.

In a red carpet interview, Fraser’s sons Holden Fletcher Fraser, 18, and Leland Francis Fraser, 16, who he shares with ex-wife Afton Smith, offered some insights into life at home, including The whale the star’s penchant for dad jokes.

Roisin O’ConnorMarch 13, 2023 07:50


Hugh Grant accused of ‘disgusting’ behavior towards Ashley Graham during ‘disastrous’ Oscars red carpet interview

Hugh Grant has divided Oscars viewers with a ‘painful’ red carpet interview.

On Sunday (March 12), the British star was both laughed at and criticized for his blunt responses.

The actor, known for his wit and sarcasm, was interviewed by Ashley Graham, who didn’t seem prepared for his answers – or lack thereof.

Roisin O’ConnorMarch 13, 2023 07:37


The Pakistan-born Nobel Peace Prize laureate attended the Oscars as an executive producer Stranger at the Gatenominated for best documentary short.

During the event, she was praised for a “classy and perfect” response to a mid-evening gag by Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel, in which she pretended to take questions from the audience.

Roisin O’ConnorMarch 13, 2023 07:30


Want the Oscars at a glance? Check out the six biggest talking points from the biggest night in cinema, courtesy of my wonderful colleague Louis Chilton:

Roisin O’ConnorMarch 13, 2023 07:26


From Michelle Yeoh to Brendan Fraser, this year’s Oscars gave the forgotten a second chance

Jimmy Fallon’s flippant jokes and Angela Bassett snubs aside, the 2023 ceremony was a (mostly) wholesome affair with worthy winners, writes Clarisse Loughrey…

Roisin O’ConnorMarch 13, 2023 07:12


Jimmy Kimmel mocks public reaction to Will Smith’s Oscar slap

If you were wondering how the now infamous incident between Will Smith and Chris Rock could be handled at this year’s Oscars, your questions have been answered.

Jimmy Kimmel appeared to call out the Academy and the audience’s response to Smith slapping Rock during the comedian’s opening monologue for the 2023 Oscars.

The host referenced the controversial moment that saw Smith punch comedian Chris Rock on stage after he made a joke about his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith.

At the end of his opening monologue, Kimmel said, “We want you to feel safe — and, more importantly, we want my to feel safe, so we have strict policies: if anyone in this theater commits an act of violence at any point, you will be awarded the Oscar for Best Actor and you will be allowed to give a 19-minute speech.”

Roisin O’ConnorMarch 13, 2023 07:10


Ashley Graham praised for handling harrowing interview with Hugh Grant

Unfortunately, she (and viewers) endured a painfully awkward encounter with the British actor.

Roisin O’ConnorMarch 13, 2023 06:40


Good morning! If you’re just watching a much less controversial Oscars than 2022 event, you can find a full list of all the night’s winners, including Best Actor, Best Director and Best Picture, here:

Roisin O’ConnorMarch 13, 2023 06:15

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