Oscars 2016 Highlights: Leonardo DiCaprio, Spotlight, Chris Rock & More! (Video)
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The 88th Annual Academy Awards ceremony was broadcasted live on ABC on Sunday night, February 28, 2016, from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, CA, with Chris Rock as the host.

Check out the list of all the winners from Oscars 2016.

Below are a several highlights from this year’s Academy Awards ceremony, some of which have accompanying videos.

Kate and Leo Reunite on the Red Carpet Together

Titanic co-stars Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio reunite on the Red Carpet.

Kate and The Bear Reunite At The Ceremony

The Year In Film Reel

Chris Rock Opening Monologue

Chris Rock hosted and his monologue tackled the #Oscarsowhite controversy brilliantly, telling it like it is regarding both sides, and doing it hilariously.

Relive Chris Rock's highly anticipated #Oscars opening monologue presented by Samsung Mobile USA.

Posted by ABC Television Network on Sunday, February 28, 2016

Star Wars Droids Take the Stage

The beloved droids of the Star Wars universe took the stage!

And little Jacob Tremblay, the little boy from Room, gets up from his seat so he can see…

Mad Max: Fury Road Takes Home Lots Of Statues!

Best Costume Design
Best Production Design
Best Makeup & Hairstyling
Best Film Editing
Best Sound Editing
Best Sound Mixing

Black History Month Minute: Oscars Edition

Academy Award-nominated actress Angela Bassett narrates this clip.

The Minions Invade the Awards

Buzz & Woody Of Toy Present Best Animated Feature

Buzz and Woody from Toy Story presented the Best Animated Feature award to Disney’s Inside Out

Chris Rock Goes To Compton

Louis C.K. On The Best Documentary Short Subject Category

Louis C.K. gave a humorous introduction for Best Documentary Short Subject category, saying that it’s really the best award of the night because the people making it are not getting rich on it. The cool thing is the winner — A Girl In The River — is a short that made a difference.

Oscars 2016: In Memoriam

Dave Grohl performs The Beatles’ “Blackbird” against the In Memoriam reel backdrop.

VP Joe Biden Introduces Lady Gaga’s Performance

The Veep got a standing ovation just for being there, and he introduced an emotional performance by Lady Gaga for her song “Till It Happens to You” from The Hunting Ground, a documentary about rape on college campuses in the United States. The song didn’t win for Best Original Song though – that went to Sam Smith’s “Writing’s on the Wall” from the James Bond film Spectre.

Ennio Morricone Wins Best Original Score

Legendary composer Ennio Morricone won the Best Original Score for Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight.

Alejandro G. Iñárritu Wins Best Director

Alejandro González Iñárritu wins Best Director for The Revenant, and refuses to be pushed off-stage by the music during his rousing acceptance speech.

Leonardo DiCaprio FINALLY Wins an Oscar

This was the most talked about award of the season — Would Leo FINALLY get his Oscar after so many nominations? He was up against a lot of great performances this year, but this time around, after 6 times, it was all for him. Good for you, Leo!!!

AND, he used his speech time to say CLIMATE CHANGE IS REAL!!!!

Best Picture Winner is…

Umm, say what? Did anyone see this coming? Nope, no one. Not one person. Chalk it up to the shocker of the night. I’m just glad it was this and not a loss for Leo because I don’t think I could have handled anymore Sad Leo Oscar memes.

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