The Oscars announced the wrong Best Picture and Twitter is losing it

The Oscars announced the wrong Best Picture and Twitter is losing it
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The Oscars are Hollywood's biggest night and you'd think everything is planned to a tee.

But today, we learned there's always room for error.

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In what has to be one of the most awkward moments in Oscar history, presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway initially announced that the romantic musical "La La Land" had won. As the casts of both films stood awkwardly on stage, Beatty explained he had been given the wrong envelope to open. "I want to tell you what happened. I opened the envelope and it said, "Emma Stone, 'La La Land.'"

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Twitter seems to be having a field day with the mix-up.

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Poetic injustice?

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It wasn't Warren Beatty's fault.

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But then who is?

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It was all a conspiracy!

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Wait, no spoilers!

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Real-time summary of what happened:

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Yeah, Emma Stone is chill.

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It was a legendary moment at the Oscars... for all the wrong reasons

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But it is teaching lessons.

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And inspiring some wishful thinking.

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Talk about throwback!

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Warren Beatty won't be alone.

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In fact, the Oscars have major support!

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But here's us:

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