The Oscars after party

Hello everyone, how are you?

Did you watch the Oscars? If not, watch it and enjoy; for now let’s have some chatting and coffee together or any drink you prefer and join me…

First, I want to talk about the red carpet and fashion;

I decided to do a different thing than other platforms and choose just what I loved the most, also for men I like the classic look always, I don’t like much of colors and bright or shiny things; you can say I’m a bit of old fashioned girl.😁❤

Will Smith shocking moment;

I knew when I saw that moment, for sure everyone around the world gonna talk about this moment; I will just say, sometimes when we get angry we don’t think we just react.

That what happened, I’m not defending or anything, but making fun of sickness or weights or skin color or conditions or anything like that is unacceptable and of course violence is unacceptable too, still as I said sometimes anger can control you and make you blind and can’t think right…

The winners:

Best Picture: “CODA”

Best Actress: Jessica Chastain, “The Eyes of Tammy Faye”

Best Actor: Will Smith, “King Richard”

Best Director: Jane Campion, “The Power of the Dog”

Best Original Song: “No Time to Die”

Best Documentary Feature: “Summer of Soul”

Best Adapted Screenplay: “CODA”

Best Original Screenplay: “Belfast”

Best Costume Design: “Cruella”

Best International Feature: “Drive My Car”

Best Supporting Actor: Troy Kotsur, “CODA”

Best Animated Feature: “Encanto”

Best Visual Effects: “Dune”

Best Cinematography: “Dune”

Best Supporting Actress: Ariana DeBose, “West Side Story”

Best Film Editing: “Dune”

Best Score: “Dune”

Best Sound: “Dune”

Best Production Design: “Dune”

Best Makeup and Hairstyling: “The Eyes of Tammy Faye”

Best: Documentary (Short Subject): “The Queen of Basketball”

Best Short (Animated): “The Windshield Wiper”

Best Short Film (Live Action): “The Long Goodbye”

 congratulations for all the winners ❤

Celebrate the legends:

The Oscars celebrated 60 years of James Bond and 50 years of Godfather; and it was epic.

The honor of the lost ones;

Late stars Sidney Poitier, Betty White and Ivan Reitman received emotional tributes at the Oscars. On Sunday night,

And then a song to honor all the creative directors, producers, actors, actress, writers and all from the filmmaking industry.

Thank you all for being here with me and for taking time to read this. Love you all and till the next time, stay safe, be happy, smile and never give up. ❤❤


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