Where were you the night of the 2017 Oscars when Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway took to the stage to hand out the award for Best Picture?
The Internet for one, was on Twitter, documenting a moment in memes that will live on forever.
"Wait, what happened?" Some of you are asking. Well, hold on, dear reader, because you're in for the Academy Award ride of your life.
After Emma Stone won Best Actress in a Leading Role for "La La Land," the legendary acting duo Beatty and Dunaway from the film "Bonnie and Clyde" hit the stage to present the biggest award of the night.
Things were going smoothly, until Warren opened the card.
"It says 'Emma Stone.'" "WHAT?" pic.twitter.com/dqGBzKiskL
— Deadspin (@Deadspin) February 27, 2017
Hmmm, long pause, much? Odd...
Nevertheless, the "La La Land" cast charged the stage to celebrate their gold statue.
And then this happened:
— Jarett Wieselman (@JarettSays) February 27, 2017
This was no Kanye moment.
This was a full on mistake.
AT THE OSCARS.
THE BIGGEST NIGHT IN ENTERTAINMENT.
"This is not a joke," in the words of "La La Land" producer Jordan Horowitz.
And that's when the Internet absolutely lost its shit.
not only did Moonlight win, but we got to watch La La Land actually have it taken out of their hands what a time to be alive
— hilary duff fan (@FranziaMom) February 27, 2017
THE UNIVERSE JUST KANYE-ED THE OSCARS
— Lauren Duca (@laurenduca) February 27, 2017
Oscars: La La Land wins.
Inner Oscars: No, Moonlight. pic.twitter.com/k5qvleKund
— Trevor Roberts (@TypicalTrevor) February 27, 2017
— Matthew A. Cherry (@MatthewACherry) February 27, 2017
— Joseph Scrimshaw (@JosephScrimshaw) February 27, 2017
Warren Beatty looking at the card trying to figure out how Emma Stone could win Best Picture pic.twitter.com/NkQrmYDHwg
— spencer claus (@spxncxrx) February 27, 2017
WE DID IT pic.twitter.com/VHbpohn1dX
— Bucky Isotope (@BuckyIsotope) February 27, 2017
— Nathan Ourn™🔱🇰🇭 (@Nxthann_) February 27, 2017
THIS IS THE BEST OSCARS EVER!!!!!!!!!!!
— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) February 27, 2017
— Moe Killington (@sporker_) February 27, 2017
— Miss Universe (@MissUniverse) February 27, 2017
I wrote the ending of the academy awards 2017. @jimmykimmel we really got them!
— M. Night Shyamalan (@MNightShyamalan) February 27, 2017
— antony steele (@antony_steele) February 27, 2017
— People Magazine (@people) February 27, 2017
Jimmy, trust us. We don't know what happened either, but dammmmnn. Enjoy this moment, Internet.