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The Best Moment of the 2014 Oscars - Luptia wins Best Actress in a Supporting role for her portrayal of Patsey in " 12 Years a Slave" .

I will be honest—for me, this Oscars started off a little slow. I guess I was expecting an opening full of song and dance and sparkle from Ellen, but what we got at the top of the show and throughout was light, hanging-out-with-you-and-being hilarious Ellen. No matter. The loosey-goosey vibe quickly grew on me—and set up moments both fantastic and record-scratchy. P.S. If you missed any of the winners, have a look at our full list of 'em. BEST Jared Leto's moving speech. The tribute to his…

In 2002, the Monster's Ball star made history by becoming the first black woman to win the Best Actress award at the Oscars. To pick up her statue, Berry wore this see-through Elie Saab gown with a full silk skirt.

In 2002, the Monster's Ball star made history by becoming the first black woman to win the Best Actress award at the Oscars. To pick up her statue, Berry wore this see-through Elie Saab gown with a full silk skirt.

Pin for Later: No, Kylie Jenner, You Did Not Start the Nude Lipstick Trend Halle Berry

Pin for Later: No, Kylie Jenner, You Did Not Start the Nude Lipstick Trend Halle Berry

1998: Kate Winslet Winslet brought our Titanic-obsessed teenybopper hearts to full capacity when, as a Best Actress nominee, she showed up at the Oscars practically dressed as Rose Oscar Best Actress Nominees: Jennifer Lawrence, Lupita Nyong'o: Glamour.com

It's the most thrilling part of every awards season: seeing that movie everyone's talking about, starring a woman we barely heard of a year ago, and promptly obsessing over her gowns and sound bites.