The Academy Awards are officially a wrap, as is this year's glittery, glamorous award season. Some of Hollywood's biggest stars descended on the Dolby Theatre in LA on Sunday night for the annual event, and as you'd expect, they came dressed to impressed on the red carpet.
The big show was just as eventful: Maya Rudolph, Amy Poehler, and Tina Fey hit the stage for a hilarious opening monologue, and Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper had the audience in tears with their heart-wrenching rendition of their A Star Is Born theme, "Shallow" — which, by the way, also won the award for best original song.
We were also treated to emotional acceptance speeches from the night's other winners, like Regina King, who took home her first-ever Oscar for her performance in If Beale Street Could Talk. There were also a handful of history-making moments, such as the wins of both Ruth E. Carter and Hannah Beachler for their work on Black Panther; they were the first black women to win awards for costume design and production design, respectively.