Celebrities from the film industry put up a glamorous show on the much-awaited 87th Academy Awards function.
From Jennifer Aniston lifting Emma Stone to Neil Patrick Harris paying tribute to Alejandro González Iñárritu's "Birdman" by walking onto the stage wearing just an underwear, the event had some funny and candid moments along with some amazing performances.
The leading Hollywood heroines, Aniston and Stone, greeted each other in an unexpected way. Aniston created an amazing photo-op by lifting the "Birdman" actress during their red carpet arrival, making it one of the best moments of the awards function.
The cast of the Best-Animated Feature Film, Disney's "Big Hero 6", including Jamie Chung, Genesis Rodriguez, Damon Wayans Jr and Scott Adsit, among others posed as if they were ready to fight. The team was also spotted taking some group selfies during the night.
Oscar 2015 host Harris depicted a scene from Best Film "Birdman", where lead actor Michael Keaton was seen walking on Times Square in his underwear, making it one of the most funny moments of the night.
Although many criticised Lady Gaga for her weird three custom-made Azzedine Alaia pieces and a white embellished gown with long red scrubbing gloves, she managed to mesmerise the audience with her amazing performance.
As part of the 50th anniversary of the film, "The Sound of Music", Gaga sang "Edelweiss", "My Favourite Things" and "Climb Every Mountain" from the film, making it one of her best performances till date.
Many in the audience were spotted crying during the performance of Common and John Legend's "Glory" song from the film "Selma", making it one of the best moments of the Academy Awards function.
After receiving the best actor award, Eddie Redmayne's incredible reaction was also termed as one of the best moments during the glamourous night.
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Meryln Streep almost jumped from her seat when Best Supporting Actress Patricia Arquette delivered her speech and mentioned about wage equality and women's rights.
"To every woman who gave birth, to every taxpayer and citizen of this nation, we have fought for everybody else's equal rights. It is our time to have wage equality once and for all and equal rights for women in the United States of America!" Arquette said.