The 2017 Oscars ended in an unbelievable, jaw-dropping fail. The original Bonnie and Clyde, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway, re-joined on stage to announce the winner for Best Picture. After a long pause Beatty shows the card to Dunaway for her to read off "La La Land".
Under applause, the La La Land cast make their trek to the stage and immediately begin their thank-you's. The speech was cut short with a confusing "We didn't win".
Watch the video below.
It's not the first flub on stage. Remember John Travolta's announcement of "Adel Dazim" (Idina Menzel)?
Here's Travolta with Jimmy Kimmel explaining the situation.
The original flub that everyone will no doubt refer to is from Steve Harvey for the 2015 Miss Universe.
It's all good Steve! Here he is setting the record straight.
Twitter lit up to troll the situation. Check out these tweets:
Somewhere John Travolta is really happy about what just happened with Warren Beatty. #Oscars— Chuey Martinez (@ChueyMartinez) February 27, 2017
I wrote the ending of the academy awards 2017. @jimmykimmel we really got them!— M. Night Shyamalan (@MNightShyamalan) February 27, 2017
If you count the 3 million Academy illegals who voted, then La La Land won the Best Picture Oscar.#Oscars— Erik Bransteen (@erikbransteen) February 27, 2017
While I appreciate the class shown by the La La Land folks, I would've preferred a choreographed dance-fight. #Oscars— Rex Huppke (@RexHuppke) February 27, 2017
You know what the problem is -- millions of Academy members voted illegally.— Seth MacFarlane (@SethMacFarlane) February 27, 2017