Oscars 2023 winners: Ratings, breaking news, viewership, snubs and reactions to the Oscars

Jimmy Kimmel, Everything Everywhere, and a Donkey: Highlights of the 2023 Oscars

Everything everywhere at once dominated the 95th Academy Awards, held at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday night.

Michelle Yeoh took home the Best Actress award, becoming the first Asian woman and only the second woman of color to win the trophy. The film also received Best Picture, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay awards for writers/directors Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert.

Brendan Fraser cemented his comeback with a win for Best Actor The whalewhile Everything everywhere Stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Ke Huy Quan took home Best Supporting Actress and Best Supporting Actor awards, respectively.

The night wasn’t without controversy, with criticism of Jimmy Kimmel’s interview with Malala and a painful encounter between model Ashley Graham and an “obnoxious” Hugh Grant.

Many also felt that Angela Bassett deserved the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. The award went to Jamie Lee Curtis instead, in what many viewers described as a “genuine” reaction from Bassett.

There were many bold looks on the ‘champagne’ carpet this year, including Rihanna, who showed up in a t-shirt, sneakers and a bucket hat.

A full list of tonight’s winners can be found here.


Why did all the stars wear blue ribbons?

Wondering why all the guests wore blue ribbons last night? Well, it turns out they supported refugees.

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees said donning the #WithRefugees ribbons would “send out a powerful visual message that everyone has the right to seek safety, whoever, wherever and whenever”.

Tom MurrayMarch 14, 2023 5:42 am


Malala praised the “perfect” reaction to the Oscars gag about Harry Styles spitting on Chris Pine

Malala was praised for a “classy and perfect” response to a mid-night gag by Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel in which he pretended to be asking questions from members of the public.

“As the youngest Nobel laureate in history,” Kimmel asked, “I was wondering if Harry Styles spat on Chris Pine?”

Malala replied, “I’m only talking about peace.”

Peony HirwaniMarch 14, 2023 5:12 am


What was Daniel Scheinert wearing?

Tom MurrayMarch 14, 2023 4:42 am


Voices: Why Chris Rock is wrong about Jada Pinkett Smith

“I don’t care if Rock Pinkett wasn’t aware of Smith’s alopecia before; he had about as much right to poke fun at a black woman’s missing hair as Smith had to walk up to Rock and punch him in the face,” writes Inga Parkel for The Independent.

“A year later he claimed it was his GI Jane comment meant to end a so-called feud that she “started” years ago isn’t the succinct comeback he might have intended. I’m sorry to tell you this, Chris Rock, but I would argue that you didn’t “finish” it, that Will Smith did for you.

Tom MurrayMarch 14, 2023 3:39 am


If Michelle Yeoh’s Oscar tip was aimed at Don Lemon, the CNN host took no notice.

During her acceptance speech, Yeoh said, “Ladies, never let anyone tell you you’ve ever passed your prime!”

Lemon recently came under fire for claiming that women in their “twenties and thirties and maybe forties” are in their “prime years.”

Tom MurrayMarch 14, 2023 2:35 am


Did you catch that sweet Angela Bassett moment?

Bassett comforted Austin Butler just moments after she was snubbed in her own category.

Footage from the night showed the pair holding hands in their seats as the nominations for best actor were read out.

The elvis Star also lost in his category when Brendan Fraser took home the gong for his role The whale.

Tom MurrayMarch 14, 2023 1:40 am


Kate Hudson handles awkward interview moments like a champ

One of ABC’s red carpet presenters had a moment to forget ahead of the 2023 Academy Awards with Kate Hudson.

Kate Hudson on the Oscars red carpet


Kate Hudson Clumsily Corrects Red Carpet Reporter Over Oscar Comment

The actor brushed off the embarrassing moment on the “Champagne” carpet

Inga ParkelMarch 14, 2023 00:40


Notable names left out of the In Memoriam segment of the Oscars 2023

The Oscars are known for each year including an In Memoriam section listing the names of those in the industry who have died in the past year.

This year, the segment honored names such as actors Olivia Newton-John, Kirstie Alley and Robbie Coltrane.

While there was a brief disclaimer at the end of the video acknowledging that there were additional names than were included in the short clip, numerous fans criticized the awards show for omitting some key figures.

(Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images)

Their names were omitted from the televised tribute

Inga ParkelMarch 13, 2023 11:40 p.m


Ricky Gervais responds brutally to fans asking him to host the 2024 Oscars

Before the live broadcast of the 2023 Oscars had even begun, fans were asking controversial comedian Ricky Gervais to host next year’s awards show.

Since then, he’s responded in a very Gervais way.

(Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

The comedian has never hosted the awards ceremony

Inga ParkelMarch 13, 2023 10:40 p.m


Hugh Grant accused of ‘rude’ behavior during Oscars red carpet interview

Ashley Graham and Hugh Grant


The British actor was criticized for his “rude” attitude towards questions about Knives Out and his attire at the ceremony

Inga ParkelMarch 13, 2023 9:40 p.m

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