Oscar: Best photos and videos from back-platform at a big Hollywood night

  • Oscar 2019 was held in Los Angeles on Sunday night at the Dolby Theater.
  • A major Hollywood star, including Julia Roberts, Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga, Emilia Clarke, Jason Momoa, attended.
  • Keep the read on to look at the best occasions on the back of the background and the photos behind the scenes that you missed.

The backstage at the Academy Awards did not see a nice moment in an Oscar ceremony on Sunday night 2019 on Sunday night.

From the heart-melting reunion to happy tears and huge hugs, INSIDER collected the best times of the night that took place away from the live cameras and during commercial breaks.

Read to find out your favorite stars to the back at the 91st Annual Academic Award.

The stars are prepared for their moments in the presence of light, the styles are backward

Melissa McCarthy and Bryan Tyree Henry hamper their presentation of clothing design award.

Chris Evans and Jennifer Lopez took over their script to present the Oscar for a production design.

Jennifer Lopez and Chris Evans set up a backdrop during the 91th Annual Academic Awards at the Dolby Theater on February 24, 2019 in Hollywood, California.
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J.Lo had to make sure she was ready with a camera.
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There were hugs in the Dolby Theater environment

The co-stars of “Game of Thrones” and a couple on screen Jason Momoa and Emilia Clarke reunited at the back of the stage.

Helen Mirren took Momoa's self-esteem in front of the Oscar statues awarded.

Later, Mirren hung a picture of Serena Williams and some sparkling wine at the back of the house watching Bette Midler making a song from "Mary Poppins Returns."

Frances McDormand (who won last year's best actor) took Olivia Colman after winning Oscar.

Colman took the best actor statue home for "The Favorite."
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Best picture presenter Julia Roberts was delighted when she saw Linda Cardellini back.

Following the best picture, Green Book presents presenter Julia Roberts with Linda Cardellini.
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Stars were stuck over each other, and swapped selfishly or got signatures

James McAvoy took a picture in the bathroom showing his colleagues a white shirt covered in red sharp documents.

After the ceremony McAvoy told Vanity Fair he was back-style with a crowd of stars and saw the red jumper, and he asked if they would be signing his shirt. He said Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Frances McDormand, and Michael B. Jordon were among the famous signatories.

Olivia Colman had a wonderful moment with Lady Gaga after winning the best actor.

Lady Gaga was the last person Colman acknowledged in his gratitude speech.
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Michelle Yeoh shared this photo with her and sent the director "Crazy Rich Asians" John Chu together behind the stars "The Favorite" Olivia Colman and Emma Stone.

Everyone was going wild with the performance of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper

Gaga and Cooper made "Shallow" from "A Born Born Star," and brought them down the house.

They were leaking with excitement after the performance.
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Read more:Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga performed emotional and compact performance at the Oscars, and people have feelings

Gaga wore some sparkling wine back after they were made of "shallow."
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When Gaga and Cooper returned on stage so that they could take their seats, an audience of their Oscar gave them a second victory.

Subsequently, Mark Ronson, Lady Gaga, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt won the best original song for "shallow."

Gaga was emotional as the Oscar had her first. This was the first prize to be won by the Academy.
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Then came time to celebrate after the party

Before he was able to celebrate his win for the best actor, Rami Malek took a spill and fell from the main Oscar stage.

Media was spoken to Malek, but it did not appear to have been injured when he walked to the press room.
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Then Malek celebrated a new level when he sprayed champagne around a room full of people at the Governor's Ball.

Julia Roberts ended the ceremony when the best picture was presented "Green Book." Afterwards, she and Paul Rudd caught up and took selfie.

Read more:Paul Rudd made an impact on the Oscar, and the fans exceeded his age;

Jennifer Hudson and Barbara Streisand have formed the party Vanity Fair.

Taylor Swift did not attend the Oscar ceremony, but was on hand for the parties after Joe Carwyn ("The Favorite").

Spike Lee, the best adapted screen winner ("BlacKKKlansman," "The Right Thing") is seen speaking to director "Black Panther" Ryan Coogler at one soiree.

And Glenn Close, Oscar nominee, managed to make seven hours a night.

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