This year's Oscar ceremony was a musical extravaganza with performances from Barbara Streisand, Shirley Bassey, the cast of Les Miserables, Dreamgirls and Chicago. The most talked about performance of the evening though was our very own Adele who won the Oscar for best original song. The ceremony was held together nicely, though not without controversy by Ted creator Seth MacFarlane. But it's not the music or the presenter we're interested in, it's all about the films and who won what. Here's the full ist of winners in what has been described as the most unpredictable ceremony ever...
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In a mostly predictable evening, Michel Hazanavicius’s The Artist took home three of the night’s biggest prizes at last night’s 84th Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor for Jean Dujardin. The Artist won five Oscars overall, tying Hugo’s take for the evening, which took home awards in several technical categories.