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Academy president Hawk Koch then comes on stage to present the college students who won a contest that had them make a video about how they would help the future of movies.
Sandra Bullock then comes on stage to present the award for Achievement in Film Editing, and William Goldenberg wins for his work in Argo.
Jennifer Lawrence comes on stage to present Adele, who sings “Skyfall.”
Nicole Kidman then talks about the other nominated films for Best Picture, which includes Silver Linings Playbook, Argo and Amour.
Daniel Radcliffe and Kristen Stewart then present the nominees for Achievement in Production Design. The Oscar goes to Rick Carter and Jim Erickson for Lincoln.
Salma Hayek then presents the recipients of the Governor’s Award, which includes D.A.. Pennebaker, George Stevens, Jr., Hall Needham and Jeffrey Katzenberg.
George Clooney then takes the stage to honor those in film who have died the past year. Barbra Streisand then takes the stage to sing in honor of them.
From the cast of Chicago, Richard Gere, Queen Latifah, Renee Zellweger and Catherine Zeta Jones then take the stage to present the nominees for Best Original Score. The award goes to Mychael Danna for Life of Pi.
They also present Best Original Song, which goes to Adele and Paul Epworth for “Skyfall.”
Dustin Hoffman and Charlize Theron then present the nominees for Adapted Screenplay. The award goes to Chris Terrio for Argo. They also present Original Screenplay, which goes to Quentin Tarrantino for Django Unchained.
Jane Fonda and Michael Douglas then come on stage to announce the nominees for Best Director. Ang Lee for Life of Pi wins the award.
Jean Dujardin then presents the nominees for Best Actress. The award goes to Jennifer Lawrence, who falls on her way to the stage but gets a standing ovation before giving her acceptance speech. “You guys are just standing up because you feel bad that I fell, which was embarrassing. This is nuts,” she says.
The Best Actor nominees are then presented by Meryl Streep. Daniel Day-Lewis wins the award for Lincoln. “I really don’t know how any of this happened,” he says.
MacFarlane then introduces Jack Nicholson, who follows by introducing First Lady Michelle Obama from the White House. She then turns it back to Nicholson, who presents the nominees for the final award of the night, Best Picture. The award goes to Argo. "I want to thank my wife for working on our marriage. It is work, but it's the best kind of work,” says director Ben Affleck, who gets choked up during his acceptance speech.
To close the show, Kristen Chenoweth joins MacFarlane in singing a song for the losers of the night. "Here's to the losers, bless them all!"
That's a wrap! What was your favorite part of the Oscars?