ICYMI: The Biggest Moments From This Year's Academy Awards
The stars all came out to shine for the biggest night on the Hollywood calendar, the 91st Academy Awards.
There were shock wins and losses, fierce red carpet fashion as well as the occasional faux pas -- and everything in between!
ICYMI, here are the biggest moments that happened throughout the evening -- and to check out who took home the night's top awards, click here.
READ MORE: Oscars 2019: All The Winners
Billy Porter #Slays In A Tuxedo Dress
The show was over before it even began after Billy Porter won the entire Academy Awards with his iconic red carpet outfit by Christian Siriano. Consisting of a velvet tux combined with an extra AF ball gown-style bottom, viewers at home went certifiably wild over the look, and rightfully so!
Queen And Adam Lambert Opened The Show And Everyone Went Wild
Who needs a host when you can have one of the world's biggest bands (and the subject of one of this year's Best Picture nominations) open the show?
After it was announced that the Awards would go hostless for the first time in 30 years, Lambert and Queen stepped in the kick off the show, performing an incredible, electrifying medley of their hits -- and viewers were here for it.
Triple Trouble: Tina Fey, Maya Rudolph And Amy Poehler Hit The Stage
Three of Hollywood's funniest hit the stage together as the show's first official presenters and tackled everything from Trump's wall, to the popular movie category, as well as what their opening monologue would be had they hosted the show.
"We're not your hosts, but we're going to stand here a little too long so that the people who get USA Today tomorrow will think that we hosted," joked Fey.
"There is no host tonight, there won't be a Popular Movie Category and Mexico is not paying for the wall," added Rudolph, before Poehler joked, "And we won't be doing awards during the commercials, but we will be presenting commercials during the awards."
Melissa McCarthy and Brian Tyree Henry Serve Looks As They Present Best Costume Design
Getting into the spirit of the award show, Melissa McCarthy and Brian Tyree Henry dressed in a costume that seemed to be a mash-up of The Favourite, Mary Queen of Scots, Mary Poppins Returns and Black Panther, with McCarthy’s extravagant gown covered in plush rabbits.
Black Panther's Back-To-Back Wins
While it didn't take out Best Picture, Black Panther still managed to make history -- twice. Early on in the ceremony, Ruth E. Carter won Best Costume Design, becoming the first black woman to win an Oscar in a non-acting category in more than 30 years.
"Marvel may have created the first black superhero," Carter said, "but through costume design, we turned him into an African king."
After Carter's win, Hannah Beachler won for her work on Black Panther, becoming the first black woman to be nominated and win in the Production Design category.
Mike Myers and Dana Carvey Reunite On Stage
Wayne's World fans were in for a surprise when the film's stars, Mike Meyers and Dana Carvey, reunited for an on-stage cameo at the Awards show to introduce Best Picture nominee Bohemian Rhapsody -- after all, it was such a huge part of Wayne's World that upon the film's release, the track by Queen jumped to the #2 spot on the charts.
Bradley Cooper And Lady Gaga's Epic Performance Of 'Shallow'
Reuniting to perform "Shallow" -- the breakout song from their film A Star Is Born, Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga had all of us reaching for the Kleenex as they gave a moving performance that brought the house down and basically sent fans into meltdown over social media.
Rami Malek WIns Best Actor And Plants A Kiss On Lucy Boynton
Taking out one of the top awards for his role as legendary Queen singer Freddie Mercury, Rami Malek was stunned as he picked up the coveted statue for Best Actor, and fans went wild over the star's well-deserved win -- as well as the sweet moment in which he kissed partner and co-star Lucy Boynton.
Taking the stage, a shocked Malek told the audience, "Oh my God, my mom is in here somewhere. Oh, I love you. I love you, lady," he said, before getting emotional. "My dad didn't get to see me do any of this, but I think he's looking down on me right now. This is a monumental moment, one I'm so appreciative to all of you [for], to everyone who had a hand in getting me here."
Olivia Colman's Hilarious Best Actress Acceptance Speech
The British star beat out Glenn Close, Lady Gaga, Yalitza Aparicio and Melissa McCarthy for the Best Actress statue for her role as Queen Anne in Yorgos Lanthimos’ period flick, The Favourite -- and everyone was loving her acceptance speech.
Arriving to the stage in tears, Coleman told the crowd, “It’s genuinely quite stressful. This is hilarious.” Thanking cast, family, and friends, she apologised to her competition, saying, “Glenn Close, you’ve been my idol for so long, and this is not how I wanted it to be,” Colman said tearfully, as Close laughed. “I think you’re amazing and I love you very much.”
Wrapping up her speech, she gave a shout out to her children at home. “My kids, if you’re home and watching -- well, if not, well done. But I sort of hope you are, this is not going to happen again.”
Green Book Shocks As It Takes Out Best Picture
After many thought that A Star Is Born or Bohemian Rhapsody would be the most likely winners to take out the top award, viewers were left shocked when, instead, Green Book won Best Picture.
“The whole story is about love,” said director Peter Farrelly during the acceptance speech for the win. “It’s about loving each other despite our differences and finding out the truth about who we are: We’re the same people.”
Until next year!