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Oscars 2018: Winners, Red Carpet and more updates

One of the most awaited global events of the year, Oscars or Academy Awards, are here once again in their 90th year. The event this year is hosted once again by Jimmy Kimmel and is being televised in more than 220 countries globally. Here are the list of winners, red carpet moments and a lot of more.

Oscars 2018: Winners, Red Carpet and more updates

It is that time of the year again when the world eagerly waits to find out the winners of one of the most prestigious awards in global cinema, Oscars. The 90th Oscars or the Academy Awards have a total of 24 categories, which were announced by Actress-comedian Tiffany Haddish and actor-director Andy Serkis, along with Academy President John Bailey.

Active members of the Academy voted for the winners in all 24 categories, which closed on February 27. This year, once again, the Academy Awards are hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, who made a history last year, by announcing the wrong winner for the Best Picture in 89th Oscars in 2017.

Here is a complete list of nominees

The awards are being televised live in more than 225 countries and territories worldwide. Here are the LIVE updates from this year's Academy Awards, 90th Oscars. Oscars are also streamed online LIVE on

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7:14 AM: Mary J Blige performs at the Oscars 2018. She has been nominated for Best Supporting Actress and Best Song

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6:45 AM: The award for the best supporting actor was won by Sam Rockwell (Three billboards)

6:31 AM: What happened last year was unfortunate. 

Our singular focus will be on the show and delivering the correct envelope: Jimmy Kimmel quotes on behalf of Warner Bros. He takes a dig at the mistake which happened last year!

6:30 AM: Award ceremony begins

Jennifer Lawrence

Meryl Streep

Nicole Kidman

Rachel Morrison, the first woman to be nominated for Best Cinematography

Lupita Nyongo

Sandra Bullock

Emma Stone 

Timothée Chalamet, Matthew McConaughey, and Camila Alves

He has a natural talent and confidence. Timothee is amazing in the film. He is here to stay: Matthew McConaughey

It is crazy to be here. I'm really happy. Watching my mentor support me is moving. I wouldn't be nominated without my mentor. I'm speechless: Timothee

Margot Robbie and her mom, Sarie

Timothee Chalamet and Armie Hammer from Call Me By Your Name

Jimmy Kimmel shared his excitement of hosting the Oscars


Whoppi Goldberg

Mira Sorvino and Ashley Judd 

Hollywood legend James Ivory (Writer of Call Me by Your Name)

Chadwick Boseman

Viola Davis

Taraji Henson

Mark Hamill

Helen Mirren

Mary J. Blige (Nominated for Best Supporting Actress & Best Original Song)

5:37 AM: If I ever end up at Oscars, I'm honouring my community. My dad always wanted this. This is heaven and it is my dream come true. It is amazing: Tiffany

Daniel Kaluuya

Sir Patrick Stewart

Allison Janney

Salma Hayek

Laura Dern

Lakeith Stanfield

5: 18 AM: It was fun to shoot the movie. All I want to tell all those aspiring actors is "If you're meant to do this, you will find your way. There is a room for everybody. You will find it out," Richard Jenkins, Oscar Nominee

5:12 AM: I hope the next generation has everything sorted out. My 10-year-old is already a feminist: Salma Hayek

Lupita Nyong'o

Jane Fonda

Doug Jones

Rita Monero
Gina Rodriguez

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