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Guess Iyke’s Top 5 Unforgettable Oscar Moments

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This will thrill you: Top 5 – In no particular order

SEALED WITH A KISS

SEALED WITH A KISS

THE MOMENT: Adrien Brody, winner of the Best Actor award for his role in 2002’s “The Pianist,” scoops presenter Halle Berry into his arms and surprises her with a full-on kiss.

AND THEN: “Since we didn’t really kiss, I can’t tell you how good he was,” Berry said later that week. “But I can tell you this: He was wet.”

J. LAW STUMBLES

J. LAW STUMBLES

THE MOMENT: Jennifer Lawrence falls on her way to accept the Best Actress Oscar for 2012’s “Silver Linings Playbook.”

AND THEN: What tripped her up was a strange sort of mantra—”cakewalk, cakewalk, cakewalk”—going through her head. It was only after falling that she remembered her stylist’s instruction: “Kick, walk, kick, walk.” As Lawrence told W magazine, “You are supposed to kick the dress out while you walk, and I totally forgot because I was thinking about cake!”

IT JUST SLIPPED OUT

IT JUST SLIPPED OUT

THE MOMENT: Melissa Leo inadvertently drops an F-bomb while accepting the Best Supporting Actress award for playing a foul-mouthed mom in 2010’s “The Fighter.” “When I watched Kate [Winslet] two years ago, it looked so f—ing easy,” she says, quickly adding, “Oops.”

AND THEN: “I apologize to anyone if they were offended,” Leo told reporters backstage. “There’s a great deal of the English language that is in my vernacular.”

LOST IN TRANSLATION

LOST IN TRANSLATION

THE MOMENT: “Please welcome the wickedly talented, one and only Adele Dazeem,” says John Travolta, introducing the mezzo-soprano about to perform “Let It Go,” 2014’s Best Original Song. Just one problem: The singer’s name is Idina Menzel.

AND THEN: The garbling of her name went viral and Travolta apologized, but no need. Menzel found it funny and, as his co-presenter the next year, introduced the “Pulp Fiction” star as Glom Gazingo.

JULIA ROBERTS STOPS THE CLOCK

JULIA ROBERTS STOPS THE CLOCK

THE MOMENT: Julia Roberts, winner of the 2001 Best Actress award for the title role in “Erin Brockovich,” protests the Academy’s 45-second time limit on acceptance speeches. But she does it charmingly: “Sir, you’re doing a great job, but you’re so quick with that stick, so why don’t you sit, ’cause I may never be here again.”

AND THEN: Although she took nearly five minutes and thanked “everyone I ever met in my life,” Roberts overlooked one important person: the real Erin Brockovich.

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