GL's favorite Oscar moments
Adrien Brody, Best Actor, 2003 Oscars
Halle Berry, Best Actress, 2002 Oscars
This girl can act in just about any kind of movie. And she finally got what she deserved when she won Best Actress in a Leading Role in 2002—the first time a black woman has taken home that trophy. From the moment she heard she won until the very end of her speech, Halle was incredibly emotional. She was beautiful and inspiring.
|Halle Berry\'s 2002 Oscar Acceptance Speech|
Best and Worst Dressed
Every year, stars grace the Oscar’s red carpet. Some look absolutely stunning, and others? Not so much.
Sandra Bullock, 2010 Oscars
One of the most amazing and versatile actresses of our time without a doubt. She is smart, talented, and crazy beautiful. She stuns in this lacy gown.
Audrey Hepburn, 1954 Oscars
We may not have been alive during this time, but everyone knows who Audrey Hepburn is. She is incredibly iconic and that isn’t just for her amazing acting. She knew how to look respectable, cute, and always well put together.
Bon Jovi and Dorothea Hurley, 1991 Oscars
Well well well, what do we have here? No, really, what do we have here? Because we are just completely confused as to what was going through their minds! They definitely stood out, so if that was their goal, then mission accomplished!
Whoopi Goldberg, 1993 Oscars
Ben Stiller, 2010 Oscars
While he was presenting the award for best make-up, Ben Stiller was completely made up to look like an Avatar character. Whaaa? Wanna know what else? Avatar wasn’t even nominated for that category!
Anne Hathaway and James Franco, 2011 Oscars
What exactly was happening, no one can really be sure. Probably because everyone was too focused on the fact that Anne Hathaway was rockin’ a suit, while James Franco was decked out in a pink gown.
John Hughes Tribute, 2010 Oscars
This man was an amazing director, producer, and screenwriter. He was the man behind flicks like The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Home Alone. He passed away in 2009, but not before kick starting the careers of many of today’s best actors and actresses.
Check out the tribute HERE
Be sure to tune in to the Oscars tonight at 7 p.m. ET on ABC.