Celebrities, music, movies, art, politics, and fashion filled the 89th Oscars making it the must-see Hollywood event of the year. Unless you live on an Island, you’ve probably already heard the who the winners and losses of 2017 are. Sting, Halle Berry, John Legend, and Justin Timberlake lit up the night with their appearances at the event. Just in case you missed the highlights, here is a quick recap for you.

  • Best Picture Goes To LaLa Land… No, Wait! It’s Moonlight.

This year’s Oscars offered a surprising twist. Announcers eagerly read the winner of the biggest category of the night. The LaLa land cast and team quickly took the stage accepting the award gracefully and rehearsing their prepared speeches. No one saw what came next. By the end of the speech, just when you were ready to applaud, we learned Moonlight was the true winner of the night’s big prize.

  • Damien Chazelle Takes Best Director.

La La Land made history being directed by the youngest filmmaker to ever win an Oscar. The film won six academy awards but also became known as the the wild card of the night. Six other directors under 40 were also among those who shared the honor: “Mike Nichols (36, The Graduate, 1968), William Friedkin (36, The French Connection, 1972), Francis Ford Coppola (36, The Godfather Part II, 1975), Kevin Costner (36, Dances with Wolves, 1991), Sam Mendes (34, American Beauty, 2000), Steven Soderbergh (38, Traffic, 2001), and Tom Hooper, (38, The King’s Speech, 2011).” Read more about the 32  year old director (vulture.com).”

  • 2017 Best Actress Of The Year Goes To Emma Stone.

Best Actress Oscar Winner Emma Stone says the phrase, “Keep Going” kept her pressing and reaching towards her dreams. She left for Hollywood but no one knew the movie La Land would get her closer to her childhood dreams.

  • Best Actor Goes To Casey Affleck.

Casey Affleck was chosen for his leading role in “Manchester By The Sea.” The actor says the win caught him off guard and he wasn’t prepared for giving an acceptance speech when he walked on the stage.

  • Best Supporting Actor for 2017 Is Mahershala Ali.

“I’m proud to own [being Muslim] and I embrace that. I just feel blessed to have had the opportunities that I have had.” Mahershala Ali, the first muslim actor to take the Oscar award home, is a first time Oscar nominee and winner. 2017 le’s the actor boast of two nominations for the evening. It was a week of celebration for the actor and his wife who also celebrated their daughter’s birth.

  • Viola Davis Is Best Supporting Actress.

Viola Davis took home her first Oscar win for Fences. Her performance also won her a Tony nomination. The actress was previously nominated for her role for best actress in Help (2011) and in Doubt (2008).

  • The Salesman Is Best Foreign Language Film

Director Asghar Farhadi won his second Oscar for best foreign language film in “The Salesman. The Iranian screenwriter and filmmaker boycotted the awards to protest President Trump’s executive order and did not make this year’s Oscars.