Oscars 2017: Best Moments That Defined The 89th Academy Awards

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Oscars 2017: Best Moments That Defined The 89th Academy Awards

The Academy Awards are biggest award function in show business. It celebrates and honours the best in business which brings people from all over the world together. 

The high stakes of award show can bring some raw emotions and rare moments which become the talk of the year for people. Some moments are so juicy that we cherish them through our whole lives. 

Remember when legendary Charlie Chaplin received a 12-minute standing ovation and Chaplin said, "I can only say thank you for the honour of inviting me here." This type of moment makes the Oscars this special.

From performances to dresses, comedy to inspiring speeches, every minute of 2017 Oscars did not disappoint its viewers. 

Keep scrolling for the best moments which took place at the 89th Academy Awards.

Justin Timberlake opened the award night with his power packed performance.


Timberlake's performance of "Can't Stop This Feeling" got mixed reactions from people, but it was one of the finest dance and singing performances at the Oscars. The performance included a high five from Denzel Washington to Timberlake. 

Host Jimmy Kimmel gave some serious advice to the Americans.

Jimmy Kimmel was on fire as he gave some harsh comments on President Donald Trump regarding his immigration policy.

NASA's Katherine Johnson was brought at the Oscars stage.  

The cast of "Hidden Figures" brought Katherine on stage as she was the subject of the movie. The moment was emotional, which left many in tears. She also received a standing ovation. 

'The Salesman' movie director sent a serious winning speech. 

Asghar Farhadi, director of the Iranian movie 'The Salesman' boycotted the Oscars because of Trump's travel ban. But his speech which was read by Anousheh Ansari directly targeting Trump and his immigration ban.

Jimmy Kimmel lifted eight-year-old Lion Actor. 

Sunny Pawar was lifted by host Kimmel to recreate the famous scene from the movie 'The Lion King.'

Gael Garcia Bernal slammed President Trump.

Mexican director Gael slammed Trump by saying that, "As a Mexican, as a Latin American, as an immigrant worker, as a human being, I am against any form of a wall that separates us."

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