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Steve Martin saw the statues, Brad Pitt cooled down and more stolen moments
The Best Adapted Screenplay winner, for Jojo Rabbit, celebrated his victory backstage.
Maya Rudolph & Kristen Wiig
Before hitting the stage for their hilarious presenting bit, the SNL alumni took a bet to prepare.
Mahershala Ali & Laura Dern
Last year's Best Supporting Actor winner Ali presented Dern with her Best Supporting Actress award.
Regina King & Brad Pitt
Likewise, 2019 Best Supporting Actress King gave Brad Pitt his Best Supporting Actor statuette.
Renée Zellweger & Bradley Cooper
The former couple - Zellweger up for Best Actress, Cooper as part of the production team behind Joker - caught up during a commercial break
Matthew A. Cherry
Cherry - who won Best Animated Short Film for his work Hair Love with Karen Rupert Toliver - celebrated as he walked off stage.
Martin, who opened the show with Chris Rock, got a peek at the shiny new statuettes backstage.
The newly minted Oscar winner had his trophy in one hand and a cool drink in another following his acceptance speech.
Mindy Kaling & B.J. Novak
The besties - who attended the show together - hung backstage before Kaling presented Best Animated Feature and Best Animated Short Film.
Carol Dysinger, Jeff Reichert, Julia Reichert & Elena Andreicheva
The team behind Best Documentary Feature American Factory took it all in after leaving the stage.
Han Jin Won & Bong Joon Ho
The Best Original Screenplay winners, for Parasite, were victorious backstage.
The Frozen II star led a pack of Elsas from around the world to the stage to sing the Oscar-nominated song, "Into the Unknown."
Kelly Ripa & Laura Dern
The talk show hostess showed her love for the Best Supporting Actress winner from afar.
Rebel Wilson & James Corden
The Cats costars were game to poke fun at their film while presenting the award for Best Visual Effects.
Hayek took a moment to reflect before presenting awards for Sound Mixing and Sound Editing with Oscar Isaac.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus & Will Ferrell
The co-presenters had a laugh backstage before delivering laughs on stage.