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 So, the 91st Academy Awards just wrapped. And most of the wins were not surprising except the best picture win for "Green Book", deserving though it was.

Reportedly Academy Award winner Julia Roberts abruptly wrapped up the Oscars after the producers of "Green Book" accepted their best picture award.

"Well, apparently, that wraps up the 91st Academy Awards," she said.

"I would like to say congratulations to all the nominees and winners. And good night to Bradley Cooper's mother and my children. And thank you for watching," Roberts added.

Apparently, with that, the credits rolled and the show was over.

So, here are the major winners of the 91st Academy Awards.

Best Picture: Green Book

Best Actor Rami Malek

Best Actress: Olivia Colman

Best Supporting Actor: Mahershala Ali

Best Supporting Actress: Regina King

Best Director: Alfonso Cuar'on

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2019-02-2509:56 (IST)

Green Book wins best picture Oscar

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Green Book wins best picture Oscar

2019-02-2509:51 (IST)

Alfonso Cuarón wins best director for "Roma"; making this his fourth Oscar

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Director Alfonso Cuarón just bagged his fourth Oscar for best director for his film "Roma."

According to the Academy Awards, it is the fourth Oscar for Cuarón and his second win tonight.

"I want to thank the academy for recognizing the film centred around an indigenous woman," he said. 

2019-02-2509:40 (IST)

Olivia Colman wins Best Actress for "The Favourite"

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Olivia Colman wins Best Actress for "The Favourite"

2019-02-2509:22 (IST)

Rami Malek wins Best Actor for "Bohemian Rhapsody"

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Rami Malek wins Best Actor for "Bohemian Rhapsody"

2019-02-2509:07 (IST)

Lady Gaga wins best original song Oscar Lady Gaga is one step closer to her EGOT.

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Lady Gaga is one step closer to her EGOT.

2019-02-2509:02 (IST)

Green Book wins for best original screenplay

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Green Book wins for best original screenplay.

The movie was reportedly controversial, but "Green Book" still nabbed an Oscar.

It is being reported that Screenwriter Nick Vallelonga, who wrote the story about his father accompanying musician Don Shirley for a tour in the South in the 1960s, thanked the voters and "the other amazing nominees."

"This is an amazing room of filmmakers," Vallelonga said. "Embrace ourselves and love each other. Thank you all. My mother and father, I love you, we did it."

2019-02-2508:57 (IST)

Spike Lee wins first Oscar

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Best Adapted Screenplay 

WINNER: Spike Lee

Spike Lee just won his first Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay.

2019-02-2508:38 (IST)

Oscars trying too hard to be Diverse?

The Oscars are trying so hard. Diversity is on full display at the Academy Awards. 

Reportedly history was made, with Ruth Carter becoming the first African American woman to win an Oscar for costume design and Peter Ramsey being the first black director to win for an animated film with "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse."

The latter featured the first Afro-Latina Spider-Man and one of the writers of the screenplay mentioned the importance of inclusion in his acceptance speech.

Phil Lord said that when they hear a kid acknowledging that Spider-Man looks like them or speaks Spanish, "we feel like we already won."

But apparently Twitter was quick to point out that as great as the awards ceremony has been, there is still work to be done.

2019-02-2508:28 (IST)

India movie on menstruation has won an Oscar.

India movie on menstruation has won an Oscar. The movie titled "Period. End of Sentence" has just won an Academy Award. 

2019-02-2508:21 (IST)

Bohemian Rhapsody wins big

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Best Film Editing

WINNER: "Bohemian Rhapsody"

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Best Makeup and Hairstyling

WINNER: "Vice"

Best Production Design

WINNER: "Black Panther"

Best Sound Editing

WINNER: "Bohemian Rhapsody"

Best Sound Mixing

WINNER: "Bohemian Rhapsody"

2019-02-2508:12 (IST)

Mahershala Ali wins his second Oscar

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Mahershala Ali just took home his second Academy Award for best-supporting actor for his role in "Green Book."

Reportedly Ali is the second African American actor to win multiple Oscars. He's also a Golden Globe and Critics' Choice winner and in his acceptance speech, Ali thanked co-star Viggo Mortensen and dedicated the award to his grandmother.

"I want to dedicate this to my grandmother, who has been in my ear my entire life. Telling me that if at first I don't succeed, try, try, try again. That I can do anything I put my mind to. Always, always pushing me to think positively and I know that I would not be here without her, that she's gotten me over the hump in a lot of ways," he said.
Ali and Mortensen starred in the fact-based story about the relationship between pianist Don Shirley (Ali) and the man hired to drive the African-American musician during a tour of the South in the early 1960s. The title refers to the guide that lists what restaurants, hotels and gas stations served black people at the time.

2019-02-2508:05 (IST)

Jennifer Hudson kills it with her performance.

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Jennifer Hudson reportedly showed up and showed out in a striking pantsuit with a train to perform the song "I'll Fight," from the CNN Films documentary "RBG." Now we have to say, she slayed on stage. 

2019-02-2508:01 (IST)

Ruth Carter wins best costume design

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Best Costume Design:

Ruth Carter 

2019-02-2507:55 (IST)

Best Supporting Actress Winner

Best Foreign Language Film:


Regina King
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Best Supporting Actress: 

Regina King