Argo producer George Clooney tried to convince Oscar® engravers they've put the wrong movie on his Best Picture Oscar®.
Clooney jokingly said, “You guys are so screwed up.”
But it was all in good fun at the Governor's Ball. Ben Affleck looked like he still can't believe Argo won.
Anne Hathaway helped screw the engraved plate on her Best Supporting Actress Oscar®.
There was an emotional scene as Jennifer Lawrence, clutching her best actress Oscar®, greeted family members with hugs and kisses.
Legendary chef Wolfgang Puck, who creates the yummies at the governor’s ball, greeted Oscar® winner Quentin Tarantino with a promise to see Django Unchained.
Puck said, “I didn't see one movie but I'm going to see Django.”
Nine-year-old Quvenzhane Wallis was the belle of the ball. She literally danced the night away. After the Governors Ball, she went to the Fox party and didn't stop dancing till way past bedtime, 12:25 a.m.
There were raised eyebrows at Elton John's aids foundation Oscar® viewing party with Heidi Klum in an ultra revealing plunging neckline. Britney Spears turned heads too, almost unrecognizable as a sleek brunette.
Hugh Jackman was gracious about losing out to Best Actor winner, Daniel Day-Lewis, at the Vanity Fair party.
Jackman said, “That performance was about as great a performance as you'll see in a film ever.”
Patricia Clarkson looked to be channeling Marilyn Monroe as an updraft billowed up her dress.
Modern Family's Jesse Tyler Ferguson tried to steal the spotlight by running behind Orlando Bloom and Miranda Kerr.
Oscar® winners stopped by a backstage camera to thank people they'd forgotten on stage. Ben Affleck gave a shout out to his old friend, Matt Damon.
Affleck said, "Did I say Matt Damon? I want to thank Matt Damon and my brother."
And, Anne Hathaway had extra thank-yous too.
Hathaway said, “I've never really done this before but I'd really like to thank my fans.”