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Last Year's Oscar Winners - Refresh Your Memory on 2018!

The 2019 Oscars are right around the corner and last year’s show feels so far away that we’re taking a moment to look back at all of 2018′s big winners.

The Shape of Water picked up the most awards last year with four wins, including Best Picture and Best Director for Guillermo del Toro.

The acting awards went to Darkest Hour‘s Gary Oldman (Best Actor), I, Tonya‘s Allison Janney (Best Supporting Actress), and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri‘s Frances McDormand (Best Actress) and Sam Rockwell (Best Supporting Actor).

Another notable win was for Jordan Peele, who picked up Best Original Screenplay for his smash hit film Get Out.

Make sure to check out the full list of 2019′s nominations!

Click inside for the full list of winners from 2018… More Here! »

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Jimmy Kimmel Claps Back at Trump's Oscars Ratings Dig

Jimmy Kimmel tweeted a great response to President Trump‘s dig at the Oscars ratings being the lowest in history!

The president took to Twitter on Tuesday morning (March 6) to blast the “stars” at the event and claim that he’s the only star left, though he says he’s just kidding.

“Lowest rated Oscars in HISTORY. Problem is, we don’t have Stars anymore – except your President (just kidding, of course)!” Trump tweeted.

Kimmel responded by saying, “Thanks, lowest rated President in HISTORY.” LOL!

Jordan Peele Put His Oscar in the Perfect Location

Jordan Peele won the 2018 Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for Get Out, and he just showed off the perfect place he put the trophy.

The 39-year-old comedian, writer, and director posted a photo of his Oscar next to his Emmy (which he won in 2012 for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series for Key & Peele.)

One fan noticed that in the background of the photo, there’s a chair that looks a lot like the chair that Chris, the character in Get Out, gets hypnotized in for the first time leading him to the Sunken Place.

Jordan was quick to point out that that chair is the chair from the movie, and placed his Get Out Oscar right in front of it.

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The Lonely Island Share Hilarious Rejected Oscars Song - Watch Now!

The Lonely Island wrote a hilarious song for the 2018 Oscars but it didn’t make it to the show!

The trio – Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer – pitched a song title “Why Not Me” but were told it was “financially and logistically impossible.”

Thankfully, the group is releasing the song away!

The ode to Blockbuster movies as well as critically panned projects would have featured appearances from Chris Hemsworth, Gal Gadot and the clown from Pennywise, among many others.

Check out the entire video below…

Jennifer Garner Adds Voiceover to Her Oscars Meme - Watch Now!

Jennifer Garner is sharing just what she was thinking during her viral Oscars moment!

After the show, a clip of the actress clapping in the audience went viral on Twitter.

In the video, Jennifer can be seen clapping and suddenly stopping with a concerned look on her face, as if she had just realized something prolific.

Fans on Twitter came up with some pretty funny things that Jennifer might have been thinking and Jennifer took the opportunity to give the meme a voiceover!

Jennifer shared the hilarious voiceovers on her Instagram story.

Check out the Instagram story videos below…

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Margot Robbie's Brother Jokingly Shades Her After Oscars Loss

Margot Robbie didn’t win the Oscar for Best Actress and her younger brother Cameron is jokingly throwing some shade at her for the loss.

The 27-year-old actress’ brother was posting to his Instagram Stories while watching the Oscars live in Australia and he sent a message to her after her loss.

“And a message for Margot. Not good enough are ya,” Cameron jokingly captioned some pics. In hashtag format he added, “I’m still mum’s favorite I guess.”

Cameron then posted a video of him watching Margot‘s name get announced during the Best Actress category and added, “Just kidding, I’m literally crying right here. Not a dry eye in the house.”

See more screencaps from Cameron‘s story in the gallery!

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