Host Jimmy Kimmel took center stage as the 2017 Oscars were handed out… and “Extra” was there to give you running commentary of Sunday night’s festivities!”
8:36 PM: Jimmy has a surprise for the audience, releasing cookies and donuts from the ceiling.
8:33 PM: Amy Adams makes a flashy entrance as she presented the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay. And the award goes to “Moonlight.”
8:29 PM: Matt Damon is snubbed while taking the stage with Ben Affleck. He is introduced as “guest” and given wrong lines on the teleprompter. While he is trying to speak, the music overpowers his voice. The two are handing out the award for Original Screenplay to “Manchester by the Sea.” Director Kenneth Lonergan gives a shout-out to Matt as he accepts the award and said “it started with you.”
8:27 PM: Jimmy Kimmel is poking fun at frenemy Matt Damon in a pre-taped skit. While sitting in a theater, Kimmel critiques Damon’s work over the years.
8:22 PM: Sara Bareilles performs a touching rendition of Joni Mitchell’s “Both Sides, Now” to remember stars, who have passed away.
8:19 PM: Jennifer Aniston sparkles onstage while honoring those who died this past year. While bringing up Bill Paxton’s death, Aniston held back tears.
8:16 PM: Scarlett Johansson graces the stage to give out the award to Best Original Song. The Oscar goes to “La La Land,” which won for “City of Stars.”
8:13 PM: Samuel L. Jackson is presenting the award for Best Original Score, which goes to “La La Land.” Justin Hurwitz comes on stage to accept the award and thanked “everyone who worked on the movie.”
8:12 PM: Jimmy joked that it was “weird” to see Lin-Manuel Miranda without paying $10,000.
8:07 PM: John Legend performs a soulful rendition of the song with the help of a piano.
8:04 PM: “La La Land” stars Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone introduce John Legend, who will perform the movie’s nominated song “City of Stars.”
8:01 PM: Jimmy Kimmel brings attention to the trolls of the internet with a mean tweets edition of the Oscars. Some of the stars who read mean tweets about themselves, include Ryan Gosling, Natalie Portman, Tilda Swinton, and Emma Stone.
7:59 PM: Meryl Streep and Javier Bardem share the stage to present Best Cinematography to “La La Land.”
7:52 PM: Leslie Mann and John Cho appear onstage to talk about the technical and scientific awards. Cho made reference to Trump with his mention of the press being banned.
7:50 PM: Jimmy decides to tweet at President Trump, asking, “u up?”
7:47 PM: The two remain onstage to present Best Live Action Short Film, which was won by “Sing.”
7:43 PM: Salma Hayek and David Oyelowo come onstage to present the award for Best Documentary Short Subject, which went to “The White Helmets.”
7:38 PM: Jimmy chats with one of the adorable stars, Sunny Pawar, from “Lion.” They recreate one of the famous scenes from “The Lion King.”
7:35 PM: The duo are on hand to present the award for Film Editing, which went to “Hacksaw Ridge.”
7:34 PM: Seth Rogen and Michael J. Fox make quite the stage entrance with the help of a delorean, a car from “Back to the Future.”
7:30 PM: Felicity Jones and Riz Ahmed share the stage to give the Oscar to “The Jungle Book,” which won Best Visual Effects.
7:16 PM: Some tourists are surprised when they are taken into the Dolby Theatre in the middle of the Oscars. Some of the tourists are able to chat to big name stars including Ryan Gosling, Jennifer Aniston, Halle Berry, and Meryl Streep.
7:13 PM: Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson take the stage to give the Oscar for Production Design. The award went to “La La Land.”
7:11 PM: Gael and Hailee remain onstage to give the Oscar for Best Animated Film to “Zootopia.”
7:10 PM: Gael mentions that he is against “all walls that attempt to separate us.”
7:06 PM: Hailee Steinfeld and Gael García Bernal are on stage to give out Best Animated Short Film, which went to “Piper.” It was the first win for Alan Barillaro and Marc Sondheimer.
7:00 PM: Dev Patel introduces Sting, who is performing “The Empty Chairs” from the movie, “Jim: The James Foley Story.”
6:58 PM: The winner is “The Salesman,” but the director Asghar Farhadi did not attend “in respect of his country.” In his acceptance speech, he calls out Trump’s immigration ban.
6:56 PM: Shirley MacLaine is honored by Charlize Theron. The two are onstage to honor the Best Foreign Film.
6:54: Jimmy joked that he would be a doctor if it wasn’t for David Letterman.
6:53 PM: Jimmy praised Viola’s acceptance and said she should get an Emmy for that.
6:44 PM: Viola Davis takes home the award for her work on “Fences.” Getting emotional, Viola showed thanks for being able to “celebrate what it means to be a life.” She also thanked her “captain” Denzel Washington, who flashed a big smile. She thanked people who taught her how to fail and “hold an award.”
6:40 PM: Last year’s winner Mark Rylance is giving out the award for Best Supporting Actress. And the Oscar goes to…
6:37 PM: Vince Vaughn takes the stage to honor Jackie Chan with an honorary Oscar.
6:36 PM: Jimmy also pokes fun at the rising cost of avocados on the show.
6:29 PM: Chris and Sofia also hand out the award for Sound Mixing, which went to “Hacksaw Ridge.” The sound mixing team make sure to thank Mel Gibson.
6:26 PM: Chris Evans and Sofia Boutella take the stage to give out the award for Sound Editing to “Arrival.”
6:25 PM: Jimmy asked the audience is hungry and asked the audience to close their eyes. Moments later, parachutes of candy appeared from he ceiling.
6:15 PM: Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson said the Academy didn’t “want him to sing” before introducing Lin Manuel Miranda and Auli’i Cravalho, who are performing a song from “Moana.”
6:14 PM: Jimmy joked that the crowd would turn on him in the middle of the telecast.
6:12 PM: Ezra made sure to thank O.J. Simpson’s murdered ex Nicole Brown Simpson in his acceptance speech.
6:10 PM: The next award to be given out is Best Documentary – Feature, which is won by Ezra Edelman and Caroline Waterlow, who worked on “O.J.: Made in America.”
6:07 PM: Jimmy said “Hidden Figures” is about “real heroes” before introducing the three stars from the film, Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, and Janelle Monáe. The three bring NASA hero Katherine Johnson to the stage. Johnson’s story was told in “Hidden Figures.”
5:57 PM: Kate and Jason also give out the award for Costume Design, which went to “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.”
5:56 PM: Jimmy calls out “fake news” before introducing Jason Bateman and Kate McKinnon, who is known for her “SNL” impression of Hillary Clinton. They gave out the award for Best Makeup and Hairstyling, which went to “Suicide Squad.” The award was dedicated to “all the immigrants.”
5:55 PM: Jimmy talks to Mahershala and asks him what he’s going to name his newborn baby since he has such a unique name.
5:49 PM: Before going into his acceptance speech, Mahershala said, “my grandmother would want me to button up.” He also gave a shout-out to his wife, who helped him “carry through this process.”
5:47 PM: Alicia Vikander is giving out the award for Best Supporting Actor. And the winner goes to Mahershala Ali for “Moonlight.”
5:44 PM: As for Trump, Kimmel quipped “The president will tweet about [this] during his bowel movements tomorrow morning.
5:41 PM: Jimmy comments on homeland security, discrimination, and Meryl Streep’s “overrated performance.” His Streep comment was reference to President Trump’s recent tweet. He asked the crowd to give a standing ovation to the “overrated Meryl Streep.”
5:39 PM: He joked that “white people saved jazz” and “black people saved NASA” in reference to “La La Land” and “Hidden Figures.”
5:37 PM: Kimmel brings attention to Mel Gibson when he mentioned that one “Braveheart” couldn’t unite the nation. He also joked about frenemy Matt Damon, saying he used to be the fat one.
5:35 PM: JT introduced host Jimmy Kimmel, who jokes about his reception at the show. He even poked fun at Justin and his NSYNC days.
5:32 PM: Some of the star-studded crowd is dancing and singing along as Justin performs, including Nicole Kidman and Taraji P. Henson. Justin asks, “Do you feel love tonight?” He is also seen dancing with wife Jessica Biel.
5:30 PM: Justin Timberlake kicks off the show with his Oscar nominated song, “Can’t Stop the Feeling,” from the movie “Trolls.”