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Ansel Elgort Channels Ryan Gosling While Covering 'City of Stars' From 'La La Land'! (VIDEO)

Ansel Elgort is channeling Ryan Gosling in his latest music cover!

The 23-year-old actor and singer took to his Instagram today (March 21) to share a video of himself covering “City of Stars” from La La Land.

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Ansel also showed off his piano playing skills as he covered the song from the hit film.

In La La Land – which was nominated for over 14 Academy Awards – Ryan performs “City of Dreams” and Ansel does a pretty spot on cover of the song!

Check out Ansel‘s performance below!

Little cover "City of Stars" from La La Land.

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Emma Watson Explains Why She Didn't Star in 'La La Land'

It’s no secret that Emma Watson was in the running to play the female lead in the Oscar-winning film La La Land and now she’s opening up about why she couldn’t take the role, which went to Emma Stone.

The 26-year-old actress was already committed to star in Beauty and the Beast and was not able to fit La La Land into her schedule with all the training she had to do to play Belle.

“It’s one of these frustrating things where sort of names get attached to projects very early on as a way to kind of build anticipation or excitement for something that’s coming before anything is really actually agreed or set in stone,” Emma told EW during a SiriusXM Town Hall.

“I knew I had horse training, I knew I had dancing, I knew I had three months of singing ahead of me, and I knew I had to be in London to really do that,” Emma added. “And this wasn’t a movie I could just kind of parachute into. I knew I had to do the work, and I had to be where I had to be. So scheduling conflict-wise, it just didn’t work out.”

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'La La Land' in Concert Is Heading to Los Angeles!

Fans of La La Land who live in Los Angeles are in for a special treat as a “live-to-film” concert production is heading to the Hollywood Bowl!

Composer Justin Hurwitz, who won two Oscars for his work on the movie, will conduct a 100-piece symphony orchestra, choir, and Jazz ensemble while the film is played on a big screen.

“For me, one of the most thrilling and fulfilling parts of making La La Land was scoring the film to a live orchestra: a hundred phenomenal local musicians playing in real-time to the Technicolor images, bringing Justin‘s compositions to vivid life,” Oscar-winning director Damien Chazelle said in a statement. “I couldn’t be more excited to share that experience with audiences this summer, let alone in a setting as epic and as quintessentially ‘LA’ as the Hollywood Bowl.”

The concert production will take place on May 26 and May 27. Tickets go on sale this Friday, March 10!

Could 'La La Land' Wind Up on Broadway? Producer Marc Platt Says...

Could La La Land ever become a Broadway musical? E! News caught up with the movie’s producer Marc Platt and asked that very question.

“If we can find something unique for the live stage experience the way [director Damien Chazelle] and his team did for the cinematic experience, I’ll be there,” Marc said when asked. “Let us get through [Oscars night] and then we may be able to figure it out.”

So, nothing definite, but it looks like the possibility is there sometime in the future!

Watch Oscars Producers Scramble On Stage as 'La La Land' Team Accepts Best Picture

If you take a close look at what was happening in the background as La La Land producer Marc Platt was accepting the award for Best Picture at the 2017 Oscars, you’ll notice the show’s producers scrambling to make sure the real winner was announced.

Jordan Horowitz, one of the musical’s producers, ended up going to the microphone to announce that Moonlight was the rightful winner after the big mix-up.

Watch the moment happen in the video below and make sure to look closely in the background!

Miss Universe Reacts to Shocking Oscars Mix-Up, Reminiscent of Steve Harvey’s Flub!

The Miss Universe competition tweeted about the Oscars big Moonlight/La La Land mix-up - and if you didn’t know, the Miss Universe competition went through something very similar!

In 2015, Steve Harvey accidentally announced the wrong name of the winner at the Miss Universe competition, and the snafu went viral immediately. Steve corrected the mistake soon after, in a similar fashion to the Oscars correction that happened today.

And if you missed it, at the Oscars, Warren Beatty announced that La La Land won when in actuality, Moonlight won. Here’s Warren‘s explanation of what happened.

See what Miss Universe wrote below…

Celebrities React to 'La La Land'/'Moonlight' Best Picture Shocker at Oscars 2017

Celebrities are reacting on social media to the crazy moment that just happened at the 2017 Oscars with the Best Picture category.

La La Land was announced as the winner, but Moonlight really won the prize. Warren Beatty announced that La La Land won the award, but really, he was holding the wrong card and Moonlight was the real winner.

The cast and crew of La La Land spoke on stage for quite a bit of time before the gaffe was resolved and Moonlight was revealed as the winner.

Read some tweets below from the moment…

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