Oscars 2012: The Winners (Slideshow)
Taking home a Best Supporting Actress win for "The Help," Octavia Spencer delivered an emotional speech and declared, "I'm freaking out."
At 82, Christopher Plummer became the oldest actor to win an Oscar, in the Best Supporting Actor category for his work in "Beginners."
Woody Allen wasn't on hand to accept his Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for "Midnight in Paris" from Angelina Jolie. Dude totally missed out.
Bret McKenzie accepts for Best Original Song for "Man or Muppet" from "The Muppets." Noted McKenzie, "I was genuinely starstruck when I got to meet Kermit the Frog."
Michel Hazanavicius took home an Oscar for Best Director for "The Artist," and made the startling revelation that Uggie the dog really isn't that great of an actor.
Jean Dujardin accepted his Best Actor award for "The Artist" with emotions as thick as his accent.
Winning her first Oscar in 19 years for her portrayal of Margaret Thatcher in "The Iron Lady," Meryl Streep told the audience, "I know I'm never gonna be up here again."
Producer Thomas Langmann accepts the Best Picture trophy for "The Artist." His stunned look belied all the awards the movie won leading up to the Oscars.
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