20 Best, Worst and Most WTF Moments of Oscars 2018

From Kimmel's monologue to deserved wins (and unfortunate shut-outs), the highlights, low points and headscratchers from last night's Oscars

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Best: Tiffany and Maya, Auditioning for Next Year's Oscar Hosting Gig
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Best: Tiffany and Maya, Auditioning for Next Year's Oscar Hosting Gig

If Amy Poehler and Tina Fey can't be convinced to host another award ceremony, then please, somebody, anybody, give the job to Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph! From the second they walked barefoot to the podium, their high heels dangling from their fingers, you knew these two were going to be a good time. The pair opened by riffing on the #OscarsSoWhite controversy of recent years: "We know some of you are thinking, Are the Oscars too black now?" They proceeded to dish about their mutual admiration for each other's bodily-function movie moments and mutal distaste for white dudes with clipboards, showcasing real chemistry and clearly original material. Plus, they did what only the best presenters can, which is make the audience forget that they don't know nearly enough about the documentary short and live action short categories. Haddish/Rudolph 2020. PR

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