Keep up-to-date with the events as they happen with Jess' live updates throughout the ceremony - you can also Tweet her @MissJess_SWITCH.
BTW how did you go with your predictions?
And that's the show for another year. See you next time folks. Xo
FYI Sean Penn's pause and editorial comment was courtesy of the fact that Alejandro directed Penn in '21 Grams' back in 2003.
The Oscar for BEST PICTURE goes to... BIRDMAN!
And last but not least, are you still awake? Still with us?...
Sean Penn is here to mumble.. I mean present the Best Picture Oscar.
What's in the box!? What's in the box!!? ... MAGIC!
Julianne Moore - hands down best speech. Honourable mention to Graham Moore, JK Simmons and Patricia Arquette.
And the Oscar for BEST ACTRESS goes to... JULIANNE MOORE (Still Alice)
MM, a new beard and that accent take the stage to present BEST ACTRESS.
Alright, alright, alright...
Eddie snubs Felicity but his wife doesn't. Nice.
And the Oscar for BEST ACTOR goes to... Eddie Redmayne (The Theory of Everything)
"Our Cate" looking gorgeous as always, wafts onto stage to present the Best Actor Oscar.
Ok people, only 3 more awards to go. We're down to the nitty gritty. So look alive!
Alejandro just confessed he's wearing Michael Keaton's underwear. Well, whatever works for ya.
If my theory is correct then this means 'Boyhood' will win Best Picture.
And the Oscar for Achievement in Directing goes to... Alejandro G. Inarritu (Birdman)
'Bitches Be Trippin, Yo' star Ben Affleck.
Don't laugh at Graham for thanking Oprah. Of course you thank Oprah. Why wouldn't you thank Oprah.
And the Oscar goes to... The Imitation Game - Graham Moore
Oprah presents the award for Best Adapted Screenplay.
Lady O in the house!
And the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay goes to... Birdman - Alejandro Inarritu, Nicolas Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris Jr & Armando Bo.
Hey it's Eddie Murphy. I remember him.
I am LOVING the orchestral music during this ceremony. So many great and classic movie songs.
Budapest in one step closer to a possible Best Picture gong.
And the Oscar goes to... Alexandre Desplat (competing against himself) for The Grand Budapest Hotel.
And she's now presenting the award for Best Original Score.
She's Maria AND Mary Poppins AND Princess Fiona's mum.
It's Julie feakin Andrews!!
Geez, you forget Lady Gaga has a set of pipes on her.
The one and only Lady Gaga. Let's see where they go with this.
Let's start at the very beginning...
A tribute to the 50th Anniversary of the Sound of Music.
And the Oscar goes to... 'Glory' (Selma)
In a nod to last year's most infamous flub, Idena Menzel and John Travolta take the stage to present Best Original Song.
Selma star David Oyelowo brought to tears by the 'Glory' performance. As was Chris Pine.
Box watcher Octavia Spencer has left her post *gasp* to present Best Original Song nominee performance 'Glory' by Common and John Legend from Selma.
Another win for the seat fillers!
Citizenfour director Laura Poitras kinda has the crazy eyes.
And the Oscar goes to... CitizenFour
Jennifer Aniston and David Oyelowo present the Best Documentary Feature award.
Terrence Howard gets choked up presenting the last 3 Best picture nominees 'Whiplash', 'The Imitation Game' and 'Selma'.
Am I the only one who thinks Damien Chazelle's (Whiplash director/writer) partner totally looks like Jennifer Hough?
Lookout everyone, Budapest and Whiplash are hot on your heels for Best Picture.
And the Oscar goes to... Tom Cross (Whiplash)
Naomi Watts and Sherlock...Um, Benedict Cucumber...Cumbersnatch...Cumberbatch arrive to present the award for Achievement in Film Editing.
Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson performs to accompany the In Memoriam.
We've come to that moment. The In Memoriam.
It's Meryl! It's Meryl! Oh my god it's Meryl!
I was once asked what Cinematography was. After I explained it, my darling friends dumbed it (way) down and said, "Oh it's the cameraman." *slaps forehead*
Emmanuel won last year for Gravity. Next year, how cool would it be if he made it a Hat-trick.
And the Oscar goes to... Emmanuel Lubezki (Birdman)
Idris (Yum!) Elba and Jessica (great name) Chastain are here to present the award for Achievement in Cinematography.
'Budapest' is cleaning up tonight. Kinda makes to rethink your Best Picture prediction??
And the Oscar goes to... The Grand Budapest Hotel.
STAR LORD!! Chris Pratt and (tonight's nominee) Felicity Jones enter to present Achievement in Production Design.
Whenever the Academy President hits the stage you know you can safely go to the bathroom.
OMG it's Barack... oh no, it's that chick.
Wow. Feast and Big Hero 6, quite the pairing. Well done. Disney rules!
And the Oscar goes to...Big Hero 6 !!! *fist bump* Ba la la la la
Zoe Saldana and Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson (Do the eyebrow! Do the eyebrow!) glide onto stage to present the award for Best Animated Feature.
Anyone who saw Big Hero 6 last year and didn't show up late, you would have seen this film. So cute!
And the Oscar goes to... Feast! (Disney, what a shocker)
Best Animated Short presenters Anna Kendrick and Kevin Hart. Ha! I get it.
You gotta love a guy who thinks the best part of winning an Oscar is getting free drinks. Yeah!
And the Oscar goes to... Interstellar.
Ansel Elgort and Chloe Grace Moretz present the award for Visual Effects.
The Best Original Song performances are really short. Listen the ceremony is going to go 3.5-4 hours. Just sink into it people.
Josh Hutcherson (that guy from The Hunger Games) presents Rita Ora (that other girl from Fifty Shades of Grey) and the next Best Original Song nominee 'Grateful' from 'Beyond The Lights'
And the first political speech of the night award goes to Patricia Arquette. Let's hear it for equal right and pay for women. Wooo!
And the Oscar for BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS goes to... Patricia Arquette (Boyhood)
Last year's Oscar winner Jared Leto (and all that hair) struts on stage to present the Best Supporting Actress Oscar.
And the Oscar for Achievement in Sound Editing goes to... American Sniper.
And the Oscar goes to... Whiplash.
Sienna Miller and Captain America (with a beard) present the award for Achievement in Sound Mixing.
Miles Teller and Margot Robbie recently hosted the Academy Scientific and Technical awards. Here are the highlights.
NPH in tighty whities. And now he's on stage half naked. Beat that Ellen's selfie! (Nod to Birdman)
It's Goop! ... I mean Gwyneth. Announcing the performance of Best Original Song nominee 'I'm Not Gonna Miss You' by Tim McGraw
Two time Oscar nominee Viola Davis arrives to talk about the Governors Awards.
And the Oscar for Best Documentary Short goes to... Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1.
And the Oscar goes to... The Phone Call.
Kerry Washington and Jason Bateman (the most well adjusted former child star in the room) walk onto stage to present the Best Live Action Short (40mins or less).
It just stopped. I'm ok now.
It's just an assault to the senses. Make it stop! Make it stop!
Oh dear god, the moment we've all been dreading - the performance of 'Everything is Awesome' is upon us.
The unspoken heroes of the Oscars, the seat fillers, finally get their day in the sun. Thank you NPH.
Shirley McLaine presents the next 3 Best Picture nominees - 'Boyhood', 'The Theory of Everything' and 'Birdman'
Pawel Pawlikowski - No music can stop me!!!
And the Oscar goes to... Ida (Poland)
Nicole Kidman and Chiwetel Ejiofor join forces to present BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM.
Yummmm! Channing "Magic Mike" Tatum is here.
And the Oscar goes to 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'. That's 2 in a row the the Wes Anderson feature, also up for Best Picture.
Oscar winner and nominee tonight Reese Witherspoon arrives to award Achievement in Makeup and Hairstyling.
Milena is wearing a Trench coat, I was kinda hoping she was going to flash everyone. Or was that just me?
And the Oscar goes to... "The Grand Budapest Hotel' Milena Canonero
JLo and Captain Kirk together at last to award Best Costume Design.
Ahhh the gift bags, giving the rich crap they don't need for free. Oh to be on the other side.
Dakota Johnson, yes that girl from 'Fifty Shades of Grey' takes the stage to announce the performance of Best Original Song nominee 'Lost Stars' by Maroon 5's Adam Levine.
His particular set of skills extends to Oscar presenter. Of course. He's just that good.
Liam Neeson hits the stage to present the first of the Best Picture nominees 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' and 'American Sniper'
And the mystery box is brought into play. Don't take your eyes off the box!
Man J.K. is going to get LAID. All his love and speech is going to his wife.
And the Oscar for BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR goes to.... J.K. Simmons for 'Whiplash'
The first award of the night.... Last year's winner Lupita N'yongo is presenting and quoting Robin Williams. Nice.
Haha! Oprah is rich. It's funny cos it's true.
Storm Troopers, Commandos, Pin ups and guys in hats all dancing together in harmony. See, we can all get along!
When did Jack Black get old?
It's Becca...Cinderella.... I mean Anna Kendrick.
Aaaaand he's singing. Wow that was fast, that only took 1 minute.
"White" joke #1
NPH is in the house. Knock em dead kid.
And we're away!!
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