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US actor Warren Beatty (C) shows the card reading Best Film 'Moonlight" after mistakingly reading "La La Land."

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Producer Jordon Horowitz holds up the card for the Best Picture winner Moonlight.

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The cast of "Moonlight" US actors Trevante Rhodes, Best Supporting Actor winner Mahershala Ali, producer Adele Romanski and director Barry Jenkins react after they won the Best Film award.

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Jimmy Kimmel questions presenter Warren Beatty after he showed the card for Best Picture winner "Moonlight" after "La La Land" was incorrectly presented the Oscar.

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Writer and Director Barry Jenkins of "Moonlight" holds up the Best Picture Oscar in front of host Jimmy Kimmel (rear) as he stands with Producer Adele Romanski.

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Michelle Williams, Best Original Screenplay winner Kenneth Lonergan for Manchester by the Sea and Casey Affleck pose for a photo.

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Canadian director, Alan Barillaro, is congratulated after winning Best Animated Short Film for "Piper."

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US actress Emma Stone delivers a speech on stage after she won the Best Actress award in "La La Land."

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Casey Affleck reacts as he accepts the Oscar for Best Actor for "Manchester by the Sea."

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Director Damien Chazelle kisses his partner Olivia Hamilton after he won the Best Director award for "La La Land."

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US actress Viola Davis delivers an emotional speech after winning Best Supporting Actress for her role in “Fences."

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Barry Jenkins, left, and Tarell Alvin McCraney accept the award for best adapted screenplay for “Moonlight."

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John Legend performs nominated Original Songs from La La Land.

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Orlando von Einsiedel and Joanna Natasegara win the Oscar for Best Documentary Short Subject, The White Helmets.

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Host Jimmy Kimmel lifts Sunny Pawar.

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A tourist brought into the Oscars as a surprise meets with Best Supporting Actor winner Mahershala Ali.

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Taraji P. Henson , Octavia Spencer (R), Janelle Monae (L) and Katherine Johnson (in wheelchair) present for Best Documentary Feature.

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Anousheh Ansari reads a statement for Asghar Farhadi after his film "The Salesman" won best foreign language film. The Iranian director boycotted the ceremony after the US introduced its travel ban against Iran.

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A woman shakes hands with actor Ryan Gosling during a skit.

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Charlize Theron (L) and US actress Shirley MacLaine arrive on stage to present the Best Foreign Language Film award.

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Trevante Rhodes, left, and Alex R. Hibbert, actors in Moonlight are shown at the Oscars.

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Best Supporting Actor winner Mahershala Ali accepts his award.

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British singer Sting performs on stage in front of a portrait of murdered US reporter James Foley.

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Singer Sting performs Best Original Song nominee "The Empty Chair."

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Dev Patel smiles at the Oscars.

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Director Ezra Edelman (R) speaks beside producer Caroline Waterlow after they won Best Documentary Feature award for "O.J. Made In America."

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Meryl Streep stands for applause at the Oscars.

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Justin Timberlake performs songs from best original song nominee "Can't Stop the Feeling," from “Trolls."

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Host Jimmy Kimmel delivers the opening monologue.

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Busy Phillips arrives on the red carpet.

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Colleen Atwood, winner of Best Costume Design for the film "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them."

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