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From Leo's deserving win to the evening's real loser (rhymes with "lump"), our takeaways from last night's #OscarsSoWhite
Comedian blasted "White People's Choice Awards," cracking, "If they nominated hosts, I wouldn't even get this job. Y'all would be watching Neil Patrick Harris right now"
From Chris Rock's near-perfect monologue to those damned minions, the highlights and low points of last night's Oscars
It was a night of a thousand back-patting stars — but Rock turned it into something dangerous and funny
Host Chris Rock challenged Academy's diversity problem throughout broadcast
"Did the nominations make you want to go out and smack a white guy?" the host asked a Compton moviegoer
“The 'In Memoriam' package is going to be black people who were shot by the cops on the way to the movies!” the host cracked
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"The Academy is ready for him to do that. They're excited about him doing that," producer says of #OscarsSoWhite jokes
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