Everyone knows that other than the Best Picture winner, the only thing about the Academy Awards that anyone remembers is the host. At the 2016 Oscars Chris Rock set the stage on fire with his unique brand of acerbic humor that was mostly pointed at the lack of diversity present in the Oscar nominations. As usual with Oscars jokes, not everyone loved them, and the bummed out reactions of the stars prove it. The Oscars faces on this countdown of the best shade that was thrown at the 2016 Academy Awards is the funniest thing you’re going to see all day.
Shade comes in a variety of forms, from the classic eye roll, to the slow clap and the now de rigueur refusing to get out of your seat during a standing ovation. And some of the best shade that got thrown at the 2016 Oscars came from actors and actresses that you wouldn’t expect to have such good shade game. Keep reading to find out which of your favorite celebrities were not amused by the Academy Awards silliness, and who flat out didn’t even want to be at the show.If you missed any of the funny Oscars moments that everyone is talking about, don’t worry, it's all here. Thanks to this list of the all the shade that got thrown at the 2016 Oscars you’re going to be able to fill in your friends and co-workers on any beef that got started at the Academy Awards over an Oscars joke that went too far.
So much has been said of the bear scenes from The Revenant that you'd think the jokes would be over by now, but after a trailer for the film, the cameras cut to a bear clapping and the film's director obviously didn't find it funny. He was likely thinking, "What is this? The Golden Globes?"
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After a trailer for The Revenant played during the ceremony, the cameras cut to an applauding bear (you know, because that bear scene). Cameras then cut to the film's director, then to Leo, who could not have cared less about the cheap joke. Better luck next time, Academy Awards writers!
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Poor Jennifer Garner. During the entire Oscars show it seemed like she would have rather been anywhere else. This was no more apparent than when the cameras cut to a man in a bear suit clapping for The Revenant. It was almost as if Garner wasn't sure how she was supposed to look while on camera and her face went through ALL the emotions: happy, sad, frustrated, hungry, hangry, sleepy, and confused.
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Rock's joke about black teens getting shot by the police went over about as well as you'd think it would have in a room full of white millionaires, but Olivia Munn seemed to take the joke the hardest.
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