So you know your Justin Biebers from your Justin Timberlakes and your Emma Stones from Watsons – but how well do you really know your celeb idols? More specifically, how well do you know their celeb skin?

With more and more celebrities taking the plunge and getting inked, there are so many tattoos out there that it’s hard to keep track. Can you match the tatt to the famous owner? CAN YOU? Look, it’s summer and we know you have nothing better to do… so take our quiz to find out!

Who wants to remember 07.08.09 so much that they made it permanent?

Which girl gang got these delicate matching finger tattoos?

This celeb got this tat with her mumma, to commemorate her mum being given a clean bill of health. Her mum’s fave tune is Blackbird by The Beatles, so the star in this photo called in a favour from Sir Paul McCartney, who drew the design himself. NBD.

This might have felt like a good idea back in 2010, but we wonder if this star has a serious case of #regret.

You might think you know who this one is... but look again.

This celeb has a serious case of #wanderlust – but who could it be?

When you have as many tats as this star, no one even notices one more...

The reason for this tat? To cover up another one after a split… awks.

We love avocados as much as the next millennial, but who loves them enough to get a tattoo of one?

We know T Swift was born in 1989... but who was 1988?

While this glow in the dark ink looks super cool, they jury is out on its safety. But who loves Star Wars enough to not give af?

This tat is… terrifying, frankly. Which celeb has eyes in the back of their head?

Sometimes I think that pop stars are a bit like condiments. Yes, condiments. Like: ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, hot sauce, whatever. Almost everyone has a condiment that they like best, and almost everyone has one they never, ever, ever, touch. People who don’t like mayonnaise and people who do like mayonnaise are never going to reach a truce, simply because both arguments boil down to, “I don’t know, that’s just how it tastes to me.”

Lorde is my ketchup. I will have her with chips, in my burger, in a sausage sandwich. If I’m outside and it’s summer time, I want Lorde by my side. I am drawn to her in the same way that I feel repelled by Katy Perry. I can’t explain either feeling, that’s just how it is. Pop stars. Condiments.

Nonetheless, with the release of Lorde’s absolutely-oh-my-god-flawless album Melodrama, I have attempted to quantify my love for Lorde.

1. She’s won’t let anyone stick her in a box

Here’s the thing about Lorde: she’s an awkward kid from New Zealand who reads a lot. She’s not really into make-up, except for a slash of purple lipstick. But the fact that Lorde is a cute nerd is just one part of her, not all of her. She hasn’t let anyone push her into a “I’m so a-dorkable” box. She’s nerdy, but she’s also funny, and smart, and likes to socialise, and dance, and she’s one of the only pop stars who is allowed to have a full and layered existence. And I dig on that!

2. She won’t stay quiet about Photoshop

Yo, don’t Photoshop Lorde’s bad skin days, because she will not truck with it. Lorde later stated that she knew her fans were mostly young girls, and she didn’t want them to be fooled by the ever-presence of Photoshop in the entertainment industry.

3. She’s got the best lyrics

“Our thing progresses, I call and you come through
Blow all my friendships to sit in hell with you
But we’re the greatest, they’ll hang us in the Louvre
Down the back, but who cares, still the Louvre”

Ughhhhhhhhhh, this girl. Her writing kills me, guys. She takes something truthful and self-effacing (“blow all my friendships to sit in hell with you”), then counters it with something more romantic (“they’ll hang us in the Louvre”), but then stops it from being over-the-top by ending on a joke. (“Who cares, still the Louvre”)

This is how you write lyrics, people! If you’re a songwriter of any age, you would be making a huge mistake by not listening to Lorde’s music.

4. Even at 17, she was a quote machine

“The phrase ‘teen hottie’ literally makes me want to throw up,” she told the New York Times in 2013.

5. She has doubts, but she powers through

While promoting her new album, Lorde admitted that she had a freak-out that she wouldn’t be able to match the success of Pure Heroine. “There was a real hit of, like, ‘I just don’t have another one’,” she told Rolling Stone. Her producer, Jack Antonoff, insisted she take some time off, and “barrelled me out of the studio, and flicked me across the globe.”

And y’know what, she powered through. She went home, she took a long look at her life and her friends, and she wrote about what she knew. And she made a bloody great album out of it.


Ok, yes, Lorde makes great music and writes great lyrics, and is a positive role model, but also, Lorde reviews onion rings? Like? Onion rings????

A few days ago, it became public knowledge that Lorde secretly ran an Instagram account called @onionringsworldwide, where she… reviewed onion rings, worldwide.

It’s since been shut down (whyy, internet?) but if that isn’t the extra-curricular activity of a living legend, I don’t know what is.


When the South Park boys decided to take the piss out of Lorde by pretending Randy Marsh, a 40-something dad, was secretly Lorde (?!), the internet was up in arms. Didn’t they realise that Lorde was still a teenager, and didn’t they realise how cruel and unnecessary this was? Lorde, however, got it right away. She was completely able to see the joke for what it was, and even impersonated South Park’s impersonation of her.


Look, not everything that you say is going to come out right all the time. That’s the nature of having a brain so close to your mouth: they’re colleagues, sure, but they’re not always twins. So when Lorde gave a radio interview last week and referred to the difficulties of having a very famous friend, while yourself being famous – in this case, her friendship with Taylor Swift – it didn’t quite come out like it should.

“There are certain places you can’t go together. Certain things you can’t do. There are these different sets of considerations within the friendship. It’s like having a friend with an autoimmune disease.”

I mean, obviously this is a joke. But nonetheless, it didn’t stop people who have autoimmune diseases feeling like the butt of the joke, and that is also a very important thing to consider. Life lesson: your joke can obviously be a joke, but that doesn’t mean it won’t hurt people’s feelings.

“I f–ked up & that was really insensitive. I’m sorry,” Lorde tweeted, which is another life lesson: never be too big to say you’re sorry.

It’s the time of year when hundreds of thousands of people descend on a field in Somerset to lie in the mud and listen to their fave artists. That’s right, it’s Glastonbury. But this year, the ever reliable British summer fooled us all and it was… well, sunny! And hot! What is this sorcery?

So, what happened this year (aside from everyone looking ridiculous wearing wellies in 34°C heat)? We’ve rounded up the best moments from Glastonbury 2017. Here’s everything silly, special and sartorial that happened this weekend…

Legendary indie whingers Radiohead performed a set, but left a lot of fans confused about when the performance actually started…

Ok fine, that didn’t really happen. It’s a fake story – but it feels real, which we all know in the age of the internet is basically the same thing.

Meanwhile Stormzy gave a really emotional tribute to the people involved in the Grenfell Tower fire.

And it turns out Katy Perry delayed her helicopter out of the Glasto (because, sure) just to watch his set. It’s always nice to know that celebs can fangirl just as hard as the rest of us.

A record-breaking 15,000 people gathered in formation on Friday to send this message of peace to the world. Beth Llewellyn, who organised the event, told the Metro: “I thought ‘Why don’t we get together in the fields, and make this sign around the Stone Circle with people whose intent is for peace and not to be threatened by the few?’

As for the fashion? SO MUCH FASHION. The main news is that glitter face art is officially the new flower crown.

Sunset glitter bugs 🌅✨👼🏼 #shineshack #spreadingoursparkle #glastonbury2017

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This is great because it lasts for so much longer than a wilting ring of daisies – but not so great because… well, it lasts for so much longer. Cue picking glitter out of your bra for the next month.

This is what I look like now. I'm fine with it.

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As for the outfits, there was a showdown between rainbow unicorn sparkle ensembles, and laidback super-chilled normcore vibes. Lauren got excited when she saw Alexa Chung wearing a cowboy hat and firmly believes that it helps her theory that we will all be wearing cowboy boots before the year is out. You heard it here first, folks.

Margot Robbie looked… I mean, you can see the magic for yourself. I’m extra excited because I think I can buy everything she’s wearing from Topshop, so that’s my lunch break sorted.

Day two bought more outfits and BFF vibes from Cara and Margot, who some how look cool enough to be intimidating, and yet also a bit like they’d invite you to sit with them if you were eating your lunch alone.

The security staff were having a great time and busting out some retro moves for a retro track.

Ed Sheeran closed Glastonbury with an amazing set that had the entire crowd waving the torches on their phones above their head (how, how did they still have battery?). Plus, more than four million people were watching the performance from the comfort of their sofas.

There was a bit of controversy on Twitter with people accusing Sheeran of lip-synching, but he quickly squashed those rumours by saying it was because of a loop station that lets your record and playback a piece of music in real time. It’s a bit of tech that’s becoming popular because it allows solo artists to create multiple levels to their live music (yeah, we Googled it).

So, that’s Glaso for another year! There won’t be one in 2018 because they have to let the fields recover, so I guess see you in 2019 team! And in the meantime, here’s how to have a festival in your own back garden. Because: showers and toilets.

We don’t like to gossip, but… have you heard what this lot are saying? Here are 12 famous faces (who let’s face it, ought to know) on the highs and lows of the rumour mill.

“People gossip. People are insecure, so they talk about other people so that they won’t be talked about. They point out flaws in other people to make them feel good about themselves. I think at any age or any social class, that’s present.”

Blake Lively sums it up perfectly – as we’d expect from a Gossip Girl.

“I have been hearing gossip and lies since I began working. When I was 17, I used to get very angry because I opened a magazine and I saw myself in a picture on a motorcycle, and the headline was, ‘I’m getting married next month.'”

Did you at least get some presents out of it, Penelope Cruz?

“Every week I read about myself in a magazine, about something that I haven’t done or some place that I’ve never been or don’t even know. It’s just gossip, rumors, egos, and politics.”

Hilary Duff there, with a handy reminder not to believe what you read. Except on betty.

“If you want to know how far gossip travels, do this – take a feather pillow up on a roof, slice it open, and let the feathers fly away on the wind. Then go and find every single feather and re-stuff the pillow.”

Actress and singer Rebecca Pidgeon knows the true cost of gossip. Which might be why you haven’t heard of her.

“I always read fan accounts instead of the news because they have all the info and make the funniest jokes about it, so that’s how I get my gossip – by stalking fans.”

Meanwhile Gigi Hadid likes a bit of gossip, as long as it’s funny.

“I guess rumours are more exciting than the truth.”

Game, set and match to Venus Williams.

“I perpetuate rumours that I’ve dated people that I’ve never actually dated.”

Hang on Ginnifer Goodwin, you mean that wasn’t true about you and Prince Harry?

“There is only one thing in the world worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about.”

Oscar Wilde knew that gossip was a double-edged sword.

“If people talk behind your back, it’s because you’re ahead of them.”

This piece of wisdom might explain why Zayn Malik left 1D first…

“I can’t stop the rumors from starting, and I can’t really change people’s minds who believe them. All I can do is sit back and laugh at these low life people who have nothing better to do than talk about me.”

You’re so right, Beyonce. Although we’ll be honest, some days it legit does feel as though we have nothing better to do than talk about you.

“When celebs get pestered by paparazzi why don’t they just start singing “Hey Jude” or some incredibly expensive song to clear?”

Mindy Kaling has the genius solution to celebrity privacy invasion: copyright law.

“Gossip, as usual, was one-third right and two-thirds wrong.”

When it came to gossip, Anne of Green Gables author LM Montgomery knew the score.


No one has a boring dad. Ok, so they may impose random rules. They might dance terribly and crack awful jokes and some may only be able to ‘make’ beans on toast, but dads are the also some of the oddest, most fabulous people in the world.

And apparently celebs feel exactly the same way about their papas. Here are nine famous daughters on their dads.

“He asked that I remain, on one side, slightly normal. So I only have my tattoos on my left side. I think he sees this as my Marilyn Monroe side, and he sees this left side as my Iggy Pop side.”

Not entirely sure Lady Gaga fully kept this promise to her dad…

“He has always provided me with a safe place to land and a hard place from which to launch.”

Chelsea Clinton knows there are some upsides to having a president as a dad (and not just Air Force One).

“My dad is my everything. He always had the craziest speeches for Kylie and me growing up, good words to live by.”

Caitlyn taught Kendall Jenner everything she knows.

“My dad actually makes the best cookies. My mum is great baker, too, but doesn’t share them – it’s tantalising! Luckily for me though, my dad shares his.”

As if Blake Lively’s life wasn’t perfect enough. Although what’s with the cookie hogging, mom?

“My dad loves to cook. I’m half Thai, and growing up, that’s all we ate in my house. My dad was very big on the idea that dinnertime and cooking time was also family time.”

Brenda Song’s dad is also a dab hand in the kitchen.

“My dad has more sparkly stuff than most men.”

I mean, he is Mick Jagger, Georgia May…

“As I’ve gotten older, I’ve realised my true models are my parents. My mom is like a shero. My dad is so strong. I look up to my big sister and realise the influence she’s had on me and making me a better person. Having such a big, grounded family, I realised as you get older how important that is.”

Zendaya’s family sounds magical.

“I think my dad is a lot cooler than other dads. He still acts like he’s still 17.”

This, er… doesn’t sound too appealing actually, Miley Cyrus.

“My father was really good at having me stand on my own two feet, both financially and philosophically. His whole parenting philosophy was to give my brother and me the skills to be grown-ups and the curiosity to ask the right questions.”

Gwyneth Paltrow might be famous for her daft advice, but her dad’s parenting sounds totally sensible.

“My dad raised me with some good advice: ‘Always tell the truth. Always shoot from the hip. You might not have many friends, but you’ll never have enemies, because people will always know where you’re coming from.”

That is great advice, Pink’s dad.

And a bonus quote from an A++ dad…

“I was asked if I would speak at her graduation and I said absolutely not because I’m gonna be sitting there with dark glasses sobbing. She’s one of my best friends… She’s just a really smart, capable person. She’s ready to make her own way.”

Lucky Malia Obama. We’re sobbing right there along with you, Mr President.


Whether you’ve already started your period or you’re waiting to come on for the first time, it’s a different experience for everyone – and one we love to talk about. So we caught up with TV & Radio Presenter Olivia Cox, who told us all about her first period…

Whether you’ve already started your period or you’re waiting to come on for the first time, it’s a different experience for everyone – and one we love talking about. So we caught up with Made In Chelsea star Georgia Toffolo, who told us all about her first period…

There’s nothing worse than a bad date. You go to the cinema so you don’t have to talk, the film your date finds hilarious you think is boring, later in Pizza Express he sends his food back because there’s “not enough cheese” – all the while you’re thinking of how Rihanna doesn’t have to deal with this crap.

But if you thought this only happened to normals, you’re wrong. As these quotes prove, celebs also struggle with the topsy-turvy world of dating…

“In fifth grade, I went to meet a boy after school for an ice-cream cone, and I don’t think he spoke one word to me. I think he was a little nervous. I was a foot taller than him.”

The trials and tribulations of being a supermodel, Karlie Kloss.

“Relationships are hard, at any age… You’re on a date with someone you really like. It should be that simple, right?”

If Harry Styles struggles, there’s hope for all of us yet.

“I can’t tell if a girl is hitting on me or she just wants to be friends. And I don’t want to flirt with a girl if she thinks I’m just being her friend.”

Bella Thorne knows the neverending “will-she, won’t-she” all too well

“No one ever asks me out. I am lonely every Saturday night.”

We’re not sure if we believe you, Jennifer Lawrence.

“[It’s] just to stay on the couch and watch TV.”

Rihanna’s ideal date sounds very similar to ours tbh.

“I was dating this guy and we would spend all day text messaging each other. He thought he could tell that he liked me more because he actually spelled the word ‘you’ and I just put the letter ‘u’.”

Kelly Osbourne, like all of us, has so much to thank predictive text for.

“I’m not great at dating, but I need to do it to relax.”

That isn’t exactly the word we’d use, Lena Dunham

“Dating has become a sport and not about finding the person you love.”

Rashida Jones seems fed up of the dating world. Imagine if it made the Olympics, though.

“If you kiss on the first date and it’s not right, then there will be no second date. Sometimes it’s better to hold out and not kiss for a long time.”

Thanks for the tip, J-Lo.

“There’s more to life than dating the boy on the football team.”

If we only ever learnt one thing from Taylor Swift, it would be this.


There were lots of famous faces at the MTV TV & Movie Awards last night, but none of them stole the show quite like our 13-year-old shero, Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown.

For starters, Millie rocked the red carpet like an absolute pro. These boots are made for slayin’. 


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Then she chatted to Emma Watson (who had a great night herself by the way, winning the best actor award for Beauty and the Beast), and look at her face. Just look how happy they both are! I like to imagine the entire conversation went like this:

Millie: “You’re amazing!”

Emma: “No, you’re amazing!”

Millie: “No, you!”

And then they arrange a sleepover for next weekend. Let’s hope.

And look at her face when she was announced as the winner of Best Actor in a TV show – the first gender-neutral award for TV acting, where she beat off serious competition from proper adult stars like Emilia Clarke and Donald Glover. Also, look how excited the rest of the Stranger Things crew are!

Look, LOOK how proud they are! #squadgoals

Our girl Millie also got all emotional in her speech. Which meant everyone in the crowd got all emotional too.

And afterwards she posed for photos with Baywatch stars Zac Efron and Alexandra Daddario, and LOOK AT THE WAY SHE’S RESTING HER HEAD AGAINST HIS CHEST. IS THAT NOT THE SWEETEST/MOST JEALOUS-MAKING THING YOU’VE EVER SEEN?!

And finally, because she’s a humble magical unicorn, she posted this Instagram video from the car on the way home thanking her fans.

Thank you. XOXO

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Congratulations Millie! You deserve all the most wonderful things.

It’s (nearly) summer! Nearly. Dig out the sunglasses, bikinis and sunscreen because it’s time to spend your days lounging in the park doing absolutely nothing.

We all know that life feels 300% better when the sun shines, and celebs are no exception – it’s one of the few things we can actually have in common with them. Besides heads.

Here are nine cool girls on sun seeking.

“I like to give my vagina a little vitamin D.”

Probably best to keep this within the confines of your own home, Shailene Woodley.

“I love the sun and saltwater, which is not good for your skin. I’m terrible about protecting my skin as well.”

Julia Stiles is not the best person to go to for summer skincare advice.

“I have known beaches, but I have no particular fondness for them. I don’t like sand in my crevices. I don’t like sand at all. I don’t enjoy all that sunshine and heat without the benefit of climate control.”

The sun can get a bit much for Roxane Gay. We totally feel you about the sand, babe.

“It may be the darkest, greyest day you’ve ever seen but beyond the clouds the sun is always shining.”

Cheryl meant this in a philosophical way, but it counts for the weather too.

“I hate bacon. And sunshine, as my friends like to point out.”

Hey, has anyone checked if Aubrey Peeples has a reflection?

“I love being natural. I never feel more beautiful then after I’ve been to the beach and my hair’s just a crazy mess of salt curls, or when I’ve just been outside all day hiking.”

It also helps to look like Troian Bellisario, of course.

“Some sunshine is good for the soul, but I always make sure I wear a big hat.”

Miranda Kerr – sun safe and fashionable.

“Daisies are like sunshine to the ground.”

Drew Barrymore finds beauty in even the unlikeliest of places. Like the pavement.

“I love summer, but my legs are so pale I can never wear shorts or a bikini.”

Emma Roberts has been given some bad advice somewhere along the way. Get ’em out anyway, Em! Pale is beautiful too.


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The sun is shining, cherry blossom is blossoming and you can smell chocolate in the air… Easter is almost upon us!

If your school doesn’t break up until next week – we’re really sorry, that totally sucks. We suggest having another Easter egg to soothe the pain. But whether you’re already on holidays, you’re waiting for the clock to strike half three or you have another week to go, here’s everything we’ve been reading, watching and loving this week. Enjoy!

The Coca-Cola office rejoices

Pepsi’s latest ad has sparked outrage. The ad features Kendall Jenner at a photoshoot, where she sees protestors marching past and pulls off her blonde wig, wipes off her lipstick and joins the crowd of people to offer a police officer a can of Pepsi.

It looks like Pepsi was trying to capitalise on the current protest movement that has led to Black Lives Matter, the Women’s March and the anti-Muslim Ban protests… but massively cocked it up, basically. The ad seems to imply that a can of carbonated fizzy pop and a very white woman can solve the massive civil and political unrest that’s currently going on in the States and here in the UK. Pepsi has taken the ad down from YouTube and issued a statement saying, “We did not intend to make light of any serious issue.” Whoops.



After seeing Taryn Brumfitt’s film Embrace a few months ago, body-positive activist Megan Jayne Crabbe couldn’t get it out of her head. So this week, she posted a photo of herself on Instagram with a sign reading #IHaveEmbraced to help spread the message, and we are in love with everything about it. From her beautiful body to her wide smile and her utterly fabulous hair. Our bodies are our homes, let’s take care of them.

#IHAVEEMBRACED THIS BODY. This soft tummy, these dimpled thighs, these jiggling arms, this bare face. All the parts I never thought I could. Because I realised couldn't spend any more of my life seeing my body as the enemy, instead of my home. 💜 · A few months ago I saw the body positive documentary Embrace by Taryn Brumfitt of @bodyimagemovement and I fucking loved it. I mean, I was crying within the first 15 minutes, but I still loved it 😂 who else has seen it? I wanted to take my own #ihaveembraced picture to keep spreading the Embrace love – this isn't a sponsored or paid post or anything like that, I just think it's important to support bopo projects and this film really hit me in the feels! "Darling girl, don't waste a single day of your life being at war with your body… Just embrace it." 💜💙💚🌈🌞 P.s. I totally cheated and added the writing on this after because the one I wrote was a mess, no shame in my Paint game 😂

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 How to be a grown up 

One of our betty writers and all-round wonderful human Daisy Buchanan has written a book, and we are So. Freaking. Excited. Daisy is funny and thoughtful and loves to surround herself with hilarious weirdos (the betty team included), and there is nobody better at dispensing big sisterly advice. How To Be A Grown Up will make you laugh and think and appreciate the beauty of making mistakes. Order it here now! 

Bell Hadid is proud to be a Muslim

In the latest issue of Porter, Bella Hadid spoke about her split with The Weeknd, how her mum is her hero, and about her faith.  “My dad was a refugee when he first came to America, so [President Donald Trump’s travel ban] is actually very close to home for my sister [Gigi Hadid] and brother [Anwar Hadid] and me,” she said. “He was always religious, and he always prayed with us. I am proud to be a Muslim.”

And when pressed about who she was dating, she shut the interviewer down like a pro. “I’m not really worried about what guys think about me, I’m just trying to be a woman!” Kudos, Bella.

The La La Promposal

What do you do when you left it to the last minute to ask someone to prom? You get a whole bunch of your mates together to rip off a song from a film that almost won best Oscar so that you can ask out the woman who actually won an Oscar. Duh.

Or at least, that’s what Jacob Staudenmaier did. Jacob’s from a town just around the corner from where Emma Stone herself grew up and decided to ask out his celebrity crush to prom. No word yet on her answer, but his video’s had almost 72,000 views – so who knows, maybe one of them was Em herself.

Stylesing it out

And finally – Harry Styles is the new David Bowie! His debut single is here and it is GENUINELY EVERYTHING. No really. We know, we were surprised too.

Listen on a loop and head into the weekend like…

Image and copy: @LilyPesch

Oh, man. This is just…wow. Just, wow. At last night’s Oscars, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway were presenting the award for best picture when something went horribly wrong.

After the world’s longest pause, where Beatty opened the envelope and realised there’d been an error, he glanced meaningfully at his co-host, Dunaway. We can only assume he was trying to telepathically communicate: “Fay, Fay, WTF is happening. What do we do? Can you think of any other ways to stall this? Do you know any good knock, knock jokes? OH MY GOD, WHY CAN’T I THINK OF A SINGLE KNOCK, KNOCK JOKE?!”

But unfortunately, Fay didn’t get the message and announced La La Land as the winner.

The cast of La La Land hugged each other and were smiling and clapping and doing all the things people do when they win Oscars. They assembled on stage, looking like their dreams just came true (potentially because, for some of them, their dreams did just come true). And then, when the directors and producers were giving their acceptance speeches, this happened…

Freeze frame. Wait, WHAT?!

Yep, turns out, the envelope that Beatty and Dunaway were given was actually the one for best actress, so when they opened it, it said, “Emma Stone, La La Land” rather than reading, “Moonlight,” as it should have.

The cast and crew of Moonlight came to the stage with confused looking smiles. The film’s director, Barry Jenkins was just as shocked as the millions of people watching: “Very clearly even in my dreams this can’t be true. But to hell with it because this is true. It’s true, its not fake.”

Emma Stone tried to rescue some of the awkwardness when she went backstage afterwards saying, “Is that the craziest Oscar moment of all time? Cool! It’s going to be history.”

It’s probably safe to say that in 2018, they’re probably going to be quadruple checking the envelopes.

If you want to watch the entire awkward spectacle unfold, check out Slate’s video.



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