Well, guys, that's a wrap! For better or for worse, the James Franco and Anne Hathaway-hosted 83rd Annual Academy Awards are officially history. Now, let's take a look back at some of the night's most noteworthy moments, shall we?
Gwyneth Paltrow just sang at the Oscars. How'd it go? Methinks our own Richard Lawson put it best when he tweeted, "At this point it must be concluded that Gwyneth Paltrow has no grasp of the concept of embarrassment."
In case you forgot, the 2011 Academy Awards are on right now! James Franco and Anne Hathaway are hosting (and being awkward). And for some reason, we were just treated (subjected?) to this random Auto-Tune the News-like montage.
Tonight's Academy Awards have been hit-or-miss so far—an opening montage with its moments and the awkward monologue that followed, for example—but this? This was just inexplicably fantastic. Here's a few minutes of Kirk Douglas... being Kirk Douglas.
Following their opening montage that parodied many of the year's most notable films, Academy Awards hosts James Franco and Anne Hathaway appeared on stage at the Kodak theater for an awkward, disjointed monologue. Oh, and Franco was totally stoned.
The 83rd Annual Academy Awards are officially underway! This year's broadcast is being hosted by James Franco and Anne Hathaway, who just began the evening with the requisite "Let's look back at the year in film!" parody montage. Hit/miss?