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good morning. i'm diane macedo. >> i'm kendis gibson. here are some of the top headlines this oscar monday. on "world news now," not even the best screen writers in hollywood could have scripted the end of the show. "la la land" first announced as the winner of the best picture, and then the producer corrected the record and announced that "moonlight" won the award. we're live in hollywood to find out what happened. >> host jimmy kimmel got in a few digs at president trump during the show. throughout the night winners mostly stayed away from politics. many of them made pleas for inclusion. our full oscar coverage is straight ahead. the father of william ryan owens who was killed during a raid in yemen is demanding an investigation. bill owens said he refused to meet with president trump when
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his son's body was flown back to dover air force base. and spokt expect more charges, at least 19 of them, against the suspect in the drunk driving hit and run at mardi gras. his blood alcohol level was nearly three times louisiana's legal limit. those are just some of the top stories on this monday, february 27th. from abc news, this is "world news now." if there's anything we learned from the oscars, it's that sometimes things don't go according to to plan and you go with it. >> so just give you a sense, normally that little part that says abc news would be lit up at this point. >> those screens over there would have logos nilt. >> these screens wouldn't have multiple colors like something took a hit in it.
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>> this little block over here wouldn't have multiple colors flashing at us as if we're at a rave. we took a power hit -- >> a few minutes ago the power went out. we're operating on the generator. >> and it's clearly the same production manager working at the oscars. we hired him within the last hour. >> enough about our own little problems here. let's get to that stunning end to the academy awards. one report from hollywood is calling this an unprecedented fiasco. >> the chaos erupted after warren beatty and faye dunaway announced "la la land" won best picture. it fell to the producer of "la la land" to correct it saying wa>> "la la landincluding emma actress. they collected many more throughout the night. marci gonzalez is in hollywood with all the details for us. >> reporter: good morning. we're watching some of the stars start to leave the governor's ball right now, and it seems like this mixup is all anyone can talk about. people are shaking their heads trying to figure out how this happened. >> "la la land." >> reporter: a jaw dropping
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ending f >> there's a mistake. "moonlight". you won best picture. >> reporter: a mixup over the . >> this is not a joke. "moonlight" has won best picture. "moonlight" best picture. >> reporter: drama after a star studded night that started with some zings. >> i want to say thank you to president trump. remember last year when it seemed like the oscars were racist? >> reporter: the host -- >> nice dress. is that an ivanka? >> reporter: the first to turn the message political. >> i'm against any form of wall that wants to separate us. >> reporter: but other than a surprise visit -- >> this is the home of the academy awards. >> reporter: from some unsuspecting tourists -- >> what's your favorite actor? >> that man right there. >> denzel? >> reporter: the 89th academy awards kept the focus on the stars.
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>> mahershala ali. >> reporter: he won best supporting actor. for his performance in "moonlight". and the award for best supporting actress going to per "moonlight". and the award for best supporting actress going to viola davis. "la la land" taking home six of the 14 oscars for which it was nominated. including best actress. >> i realize a moment like this is a huge confluence of luck and opportunity. >> reporter: casey affleck. >> reporter: best actor going to the tar star of "manchester by the sea". i'm dumbfounded i'm included. >> reporter: and finally the real winner, best picture. and even though it turns out "la la land" did not win the big award, it was still a huge night for the master mind of this film, damien chazelle. he's now the youngest person to
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win an oscar for best director. >> they have to be proud of themselves despite the mixup. the big question this morning, how did that wrong card end up in warren beatty's hand. do we have any idea what happened? >> there's still no official explanation. people are piecing together when they print out the winner, they put it on two different cards. one goes on each end of the stage. the card they brought up to announce for best actress, emma stone, after they read the name, they handed it to emma stone, and she said she had that card still in her hand when best picture was announced. well somehow that second card was handed to warren beatty instead of the best picture card. so people who do all the tabulation are in charge of keeping things straight definitely have a lot of explaining to do. >> yes, they do. >> yeah. marci, the big question
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everybody wants to know is who are you wearing? >> i don't even know. isn't that terrible? i'm so not a fashion -- i'm so not a fashion person. i don't know. >> i actually -- i don't think that's bad at all. i think it's great that you can look as beautiful as you do without even knowing. >> without knowing who it is. >> who are you wearing, kendis? >> this is salvation army. thrift store. finest. >> marci, always great to talk to you. thank you for staying up with us and we appreciate it. you look beautiful. >> absolutely. >> thank you. >> stay with us. we have much more from the big night coming up. >> right here from our studios otherwise known as a rave right now. but first this morning's other big stories.
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president trump is again taking heat from members of a gold star family member. the angry comments came as a defense department announced an investigation into last month's raid in yemen. >> hours before the president hosted the governor's ball last night at the white house, the administration responded to the father of the navy s.e.a.l. killed in the operation. >> reporter: the father of the only navy s.e.a.l. to die in the raid is calling on the president to investigate ryan owen's death. the government owes my son an investigation. william owens told the miami herald with a direct message to the president. don't hide behind my son's death to prevent an investigation. we watched the president and his daughter travel to dover air force base. >> we just returned from an amazing visit with a great, great family at dover. it was something very sad, very beautiful. ryan, a great man. >> reporter: but william owens told military officials he didn't want to meet mr. trump adding, i didn't want to make a scene about it. but my conscious couldn't let me talk to him. he also questioned the raid.
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why at this time did there have to be this stupid mission when it wasn't barely a week into his administration. >> it was highly successful. it achieved the purpose. >> reporter: saying valuable intelligence was found on computers and phones, but along with owen's life, an aircraft was lost. senator john mccain questioned the characterization. >> when you lose a $75 million airport, and more importantly, an american life is lost and wounded, i don't believe that you can call it a success. >> reporter: george stephanopoulos asked if there will be an investigation. >> the son is a true american hero. >> reporter: does the president want an investigation. >> i haven't spoken with him directly. i would manage he would be supportive of that. >> william owens said he didn't vote for president trump, and he was troubled by his treatment of the kahne.
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the gold star family. >> have you ever been to s. the gold star family. >> have you ever been to arlington cemetery? >> he was very emotional and probably looked like a nice guy to me. his wife, if you look at his wife, she was standing there. she had nothing to say. she probably -- maybe she wasn't allowed to have anything to say. you tell me. >> reporter: the pentagon says there will be a routine investigation of owen's death, but it hasn't yet started. coming up, the bizarre crash that ended with a car falling seven stories onto a shopping center. see how much worse it actually could have been. and later it's not only hollywood's biggest night of the year, but it's also our biggest night of the year. we'll have a complete wrap-up of this year's winners of the second annual world news now now-scars. >> first here's a look at
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bonnie tyler the sun went out for 82 cue bonnie tyler. the sun went out for 83 seconds for a number of people. the moon passed between the earth and the sun. the ring of fire solar eclipse was seen in south america and africa and also streamed live on the internet. it wasn't a total eclipse. a sliver of the sun was visible. >> the search continues for a shooter who killed an 8-year-old girl in a road rage case in texas. she died early saturday morning. her mother's car hit one of two vehicles speeding on a houston road. that's when a woman who was in one of the cars opened fire hitting the little girl. the mother was not injured. also from houston, check out this incredible video.
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the person who was driving this car actually survived. the car went through the wall of a parking garage and tumbled seven stories onto the roof of another building. firefighters said he let himself out of the car. no word yet on what led up to the accident, but he should probably try to play the lotto if he's old enough. >> samsung fans will have to wait. they're not going to unveil their new phone this weekend. it's focusing on the new tablet. while sending out invitations to the invailing of the new phone on march 29th. >> coming up -- >> forget the oscars. we're set to announce the winners of this year's second annual "world news now"-scars. >> chained to the rhythm by katy perry. look at all the pretty people heading to the parties in these hours. >> kate hudson looks great.
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♪ ♪ ♪ chained to the rhythm by katy perry. look at all the pretty people there heading to the ""vanity fair"" party in these hours. >> kate hudson looks great. >> very nice. >> and that person. >> that's sia. >> yes. >> by now you've probably heard about the academy awards. but guess what. that's old news. it's time for another award show. >> we were invited to many afterparties, obviously, but we had to turn them down because it is time for the world news
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now-scars. we're going to start with worst dancing for our first category. these are the now-scars. they're heavy. they're gold. they have yesterday's trash, and -- a price tag. $39.95. >> category number one for worst dancing. >> do we go to the clip first? >> i hurt for you hear. >> i think you might be the only nominee here. >> for the worst dancers. worst dancer. >> ready for this? and the winner is. >> i'm going to pull a faye dunaway. >> kendis gibson. >> it says here diane macedo. >> even if the card said that, we all know -- >> for the worst dancer? come on. did you see some of those moves? i literally cut a rug.
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>> change the rhythm. >> that's solid moves. >> you're not even in sync with carlton doing your own move with carlton. it's a thing of beauty. i have to say. >> it's a great thing. even now i'm getting into it. >> you're an exotic dancer. >> yes. exotic. >> moving on. moving on to a more positive award -- >> no, you have the wrong card. >> not the worst singing, but the best singing. best singing. ♪ change within me >> nominees are -- there are only two nominees, as you might imagine. >> for her many bumper sing alongs and karaoke segments, especially her halloween segment performance as euthanasia from "wicked." my coanchor, diane macedo.
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>> also nominated, best singing my equally as talent co-anchor, kendis gibson. this is him in "hamilton". we're not sure if he's trying to sing or act -- >> who's better? euthanasia? >> her name is elfiba. >> it says kendis. >> no. >> it says kendis. >> it says definitely fought kendis. >> whoa. >> these are some of my -- >> this is swb. >> i don't know the rest. >> baby, baby, baby, ooh, baby, baby, ooh. >> i thought we were going to actually play you singing a song. dogs were howling. that one went to definitely not kendis. >> for our last oscar now-scar, let's get to the winner. this is worst performance in a comedy. by a duo or group. the award goes to -- >> let it not be me. let it not be me. >> kendis with diane in a supporting role for sloth
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freshness for weeks! ♪ ♪ all right. the envelopes have been opened. some of them have been read correctly. some not so much. i think they're probably rolling back the red carpet at this point as the 89th annual academy awards fade to black. >> yes. that could only mean one thing. the parties. and our cameras caught a-listers heading to the "vanity fair"
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party. ♪ >> i went to the restroom and came back, and there was a different best picture, and i was really confused for a second. >> that thing is -- everybody is good. we know who won, so now it's time to just celebrate. it's over. >> it's over. i think it's good. it's drama. >> i'm excited to see "moonlight" get it. ♪ >> i feel for warren. i feel for "la la land", but both teams have -- of people,
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they both did such great work. >> i feel compassion for those guys, for handing the award over. it was just extremely bittersweet. >> and, of course, everyone looking beautiful on the red carpet. big winners of the night, emma stone, viola davis, mahershala ali. casey affleck. here's someone not everyone is talking about and they should be. kevin o'connell, this was his 21st nomination to an academy award, and he finally won. >> nice. >> he just broke the longest losing streak in acad pea award history. a big congratulations to kevin o'connell. >> we're going to keep up the rave. evin o'connell. >> we're going to keep up the rave.
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this morning on "world news now" -- >> there's a mistake. "moonlight," best picture. >> the surprise ending at the oscars, the wrong winner announced for best picture. we have the latest explanation on what went wrong. >> plus the big winners. >> we are the only profession that celebrates what it means to live a life. >> the big moment. >> when donald trump hasn't tweeted at us once. and i'm starting to get worried. >> and the red carpet fashion. we're being put to the test to see if we could cut it as fashion judges. we're live in hollywood now. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> we will be talking to people
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who are live in hollywood. >> fought we're live in hollywood. when i heard we were going to be live in hollywood, i got dressed up. >> i know. we were ready for the red carpet. >> and then they said no. >> they're not letting us anywhere near hollywood. >> what happened? that's what everyone wants to know. what happened? i don't think i've ever been so stunned watching any television program before. we sat there with our mouths opened. we want to show you this massive oscar moment that everyone is talking about this morning. faye dunaway and warren beatty first announced that "la la land" won best picture. >> and everybody celebrated and then things got awkward. >> jason hurwitz corrected the record saying "moonlight" was the actual best picture winner. >> marci gonzalez is live in hollywood with the details for us. >> reporter: people are still shaking their heads over that massive mistake.
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there is still no explanation for how in the world this happened. >> "la la land." >> a jaw dropping ending for hollywood's biggest night. >> there's a mistake. "moonlight," you guys won best picture. >> reporter: a mixup over the winner for best picture. >> this is not a joke. "moonlight" has won best picture. "moonlight" best picture. >> reporter: drama after a star studded night that started with some zings. >> reporter: i want to say thank you to president trump. remember last year when it seemed like the oscars were racist? >> host jimmy kimmel -- >> nice dress, by the way. is that an ivanka? >> reporter: the first to turn the message political. >> i'm against any form of wall that wants to separate us. >> reporter: but other than a surprise visit -- >> this is the home of the academy awards. >> reporter: -- from some unsuspecting tourists. >> who's your favorite actor?
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>> reporter: the man right there. >> denzel? >> reporter: the 89th annual academy awards kept the focus on the stars. >> mahershala ali. >> reporter: ali winning best supporting actor. and the award for best supporting actress going to viola davis for "fences." "la la land" taking home six of the record tying 14 oscars for which it was nominated. >> emma stone with, "la la land." >> reporter: including best actress. >> and i realize at a moment like this is a huge confluence of luck and opportunity. >> casey affleck. "manchester by the sea". >> reporter: best actor going to "manchester by the sea." >> i'm really proud to be a part of this community. i look out at all of you and i'm just dumbfounded that i'm included. >> reporter: and finally, the real winner of best picture. >> and the stars are now at the governor's ball. 1,500 people on the guest list for that.
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1,400 bottles of champagne on ice. you do the math. definitely quite a celebration this morning. >> reporter: sounds like they had enough champagne for you. >> i know. >> and, parsy, what's being said backstage about this whole mix-up? >> on stage warren beatty said he had the card for the winner and that it said emma stone "la la land." that's why he looked a little confused at first, but then emma stone backstage said she took the card with her name on it after she won, so it's not that it was accidentally left behind. now this just goes to price waterhouse cooper. they're the ones who tabulated the results. still watting for an explanation from them. >> they have a lot of explaining to do. and no doubt all the producers from "la la land," they're the ones drinking the bottles of champagne. >> i'll tell you who's drinking right now, steve harvey. >> marci, thank you.
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now let's go back deeper backstage for more details on the best picture mistake. >> abc's jason nathanson was backstage all night. jason, when did you know something was wrong? >> reporter: i stopped paying attention about a minute or so into the speech. i was trying to get my stuff ready. "la la land" won. that's the story. it won seven. i'm writing my pieces. and then all of a sudden everybody pauses and it's chaos, and he says, no, it's actually "moonlight." we all thought it was a joke. that's a joke jimmy kimmel would pull. that's crazy. it was about then we knew something was wrong, and we're getting some more explanations on what's actually happening. >> jason, give me a sense.
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backstage, were there audible gasps? what are you hearing among the people there in the production? what was it like? >> reporter: audible gasps. that's definitely a way to describe it. it was chaotic. never seen anything like that. we'll never see anything like it again. we were dumbfounded this would happen at the oscars, the premier event. this is the big night in hollywood. and that's what happened. what we're understanding is there's two cards for every winner. on either side of the stage, there's a card for best actress for emma stone, left and right. so she had hers. she was holding hers, but if you look at a frozen screen grab of the card he's holding, it says best actress. that's the category they were reading. that's what happened. and that's where the problem was. >> oh. so that's -- so they grabbed the spare card and saw a "la la land." faye was like get it over with, "la la land."
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>> exactly. >> now the big question will be how did that envelope end up in warren beatty's hand. i'm sure that's what everyone is trying to figure out. what did you make of the rest of the nights played out? "la la land" did not win best picture, but it did well across the board. >> it did, and it was the big winner on the night with six awards. the awards up to the end were predictable. when we saw "la la land" won, that's what we expected. but for "moonlight" to win, that was a surprise. although momentum has been growing for the film, but it was a big shock that not only what happened with the screw-up, but that "moonlight" beat "la la land" in the end. >> and the crews could be the have been more gracious in an awkward moment and seemed happy for the team behind "moonlight." >> that's what barry jenkins said. he said the "la la land" crew was gracious to him. >> that said, who do you think is drinking more alcohol tonight? the "la la land" people who lost or the "moonlight" people
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celebrating? >> i think it's both. they're all going to be partying together at the governor's ball. they're having good fun. eventually they'll be able to laugh, but for you. damien chazelle won best director, the youngest ever to win. he did not come back backstage and talk to us. probably because he knew what he'd be asked about. >> yeah. all right. basically, they were carding him. that's why he didn't come backstage. >> jason nathan for us live if hollywood. jason, thank you so much. >> good night. >> in addition to all the awards, there's plenty of fun last night. after justin timberlake performance his oscar nominated song "can't stop the feeling," kimmel joked that it was such a great performance that if nsync was watching, they would probably let him back in the band. >> that actually goes an angry stare from justin timberlake.
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earlier he photobombed emma stone during an interview. she never knew he was there until the moment was over. it was too late. >> it was great. one of the other moments people are talking about during the show was jimmy kimmel had a tour bus where they surprised them and they ended up in the audience there at the dolby theater. this is keith urban's perspective of that same moment. he was videotaping it or shooting it on his phone. so while the cameras for the oscars are taping moment, keith urban, sitting next to his wife, of course, nicole kidman, is shooting this and just cracking up. >> and jimmy kimmel is telling this guy gary, you don't have to shoot this on your phone. we're on television. meanwhile, half the celebrities had their phones out trying to
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document this moment including, of course, keith urban whose video whose perspective we're seeing right now. >> my favorite moment is so gary's fiancee is coming up. she's going to see this guy. i think he's one of the ryans. >> she says ryan gosling is her favorite actor, and then lo and behold. >> look at her reaction at meeting ryan gosling. >> the look in her face. i absolutely understand what with that would be like. it was how i felt when ryan stopped by and visited me today in the studio. >> is that what you were like? >> i went like this. and i so appreciate you, ryan. thank you so much. >> my ryan is better looking. >> no. you keep your ryan. this is my ryan. >> more from the ryans and from hollywood coming up. >> we have red carpet. our best joan rivers and we try to break down the bests. >> deadpool gave me heart. >> we'll also get the rest of the morning's news, the president hosting his first social event at the white house with a similar message. >> find us on facebook and twitter. wnnfans.com and @abcwnn.
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there were no reports of major injuries or fatalities president trump held his first major social event at the white house hosting an annual ball for the nation's governors. 46 governors were in the room as the president highlighted his efforts to tighten border security. he spoke about his plans to replace obama care. >> i think we have something that's going to really be excellent. but we're going to have it fixed and we're going to repeal and replace. i think you're going to see something very special. >> a health care overhaul is expected to be discussed further as the president stops by for a meeting with the governors later today. the white house is resisting an independent prosecutor to investigate russia meddling in the election. president trump tweeted russia talk is fake news put out by the democrats. but prominent republican
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congressman calling for a special appropriate says attorney general jeff sessions should recuse himself. as many as 19 charges are expected against a suspect in the weekend's hit and run at pardy gra. a 25-year-old neilson rizzuto made his first court appearance last night by video. he's accused of hitting a crowd of people watching a mardi gras parade. at least 28 people were injured. police say his blood alcohol content was nearly three times louisiana's limit of .08. and nascar season got underway yesterday in a bizarre manner. a series of wrecks meant 15 cars couldn't go the entire distance. in the end, it was kurt busch in the number 41 consider taking the checkered flag. and that was busch's first win at daytona. how exciting. >> that's great. coming up next, think we could hack it as fashion police? >> no. do we know the difference
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between pink or mauve? >> i think it's mauve. >> is it mauve? >> that answers the question. >> bejewelled or bedazzled? what? there's a difference? >> we put it to the test next on "world news now." keep you down. come play with us! i'm coming. upgrade to move free ultra's triple action joint support for improved mobility, and flexibility. it also provides 20% better comfort than glucosamine chondroitin, all from one tiny mighty pill.... get in there with move free ultra, and enjoy living well. ♪living well
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people are showing up at the "vanity fair" party in hollywood. >> looking fantastic. and besides the awards handed out last night. the most important thing was, of course, the fashion. everybody wants to know what did everybody wear, who? and as you know from past experiences of us reading fashion copy -- >> we know nothing. >> we're not good at that game. >> but we'll test it out. are we cut out to be judges of fashion? with the producer not giving us the answers, we are going to make our own attempt at describing -- >> this is dakota johnson. >> this is dakota johnson. >> what's the color? >> gold? >> i'm going with fuchsia. the real answer? >> champagne. that's what the experts say. >> i love champagne. >> i do like champagne too. you would think we would have loved this. >> the midsection is a big droopy bow around her waist.
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>> it's a mistake. >> it's a big, droopy bow. isn't that what it's called? >> it's pleated front with flat bow. >> is that a real fashion term? >> do i get points for bow? >> yeah. urd you had the bow part correct. >> next up janelle monet. >> she looked amazing. >> a dramatic dress. a spiky -- >> the necklace, what is that? >> a spiky choker. >> a dog collar? >> no. bejewelled choker. it was spiky, though. the torso is a belt. >> cinched belt. >> tool gown with strategically placed brooches. what's a brooch? >> broach. >> wait, those are broaches? that's not embroidered on to the dress? oh, wow. okay. onto pharrell. we're not doing very well. he's got some sort of a flowery thing.
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>> it's jewelry. >> and then some -- >> diamond broach and black pearl necklaces. >> i thought that was part of the shirt. >> that's not part of the shirt? i was going to wear the same thing, but that would have been embarrassing. >> taraji p. henson. >> that's a sweet heart cut off the shoulder. midnight blue. >> it's a landing strip. >> yes. midnight blue. >> very nice. >> yes. >> and am i right? sweetheart cut off the shoulder? yes. >> next. >> thank you, nelco. >> and ryan gosling was wearing this beautiful ruffly situation. he changed already. he changed before he came over, but at the award show he was wearing this ruffle thing with some edging in it. >> it looks like he's starring in a western.
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>> he looked beautiful. >> even for him it was disappointing. >> it's not ruffly thingy. is that what it's called? no, tease not the technical material. we tried. "the mix" is next.
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okay. "the mix" is going to have sort of a movie theme in essence. on a sad note you may have bill paxton passed away. he's well known for a number of movies. "aliens" and "titanic" but twister back in 1996. and so storm chasers who learned so much from him over the years and in -- and that movie inspired so many of them. they made this for him spelling his initials. they share third down on facebook. the unique way he and his colleagues remembered this celebrated actor. >> how much planning went into that?
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>> they didn't have much time. he passed away over the weekend. at the young age of 61. that movie made a difference for so many people. >> kudos to them for pulling that off. >> makayla wright shared a story after she decided to mess with her little brother. she put makeup on him, a wig, eyelash extensions, a dress. she even added a final touch with a plate of strawberries on top of him saying no one wants to go to bed hungry. i'm just curious at what she gave her brother beforehand to make him sleep through this, and can we have some? >> that is awesome. >> how funny is that? >> it looks beautiful. >> speaking of having too much
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time on your hands. one of our producers responsible for some of the craziest things we've done, well, he's also a dad, and he produces his own little sort of award show. take a look at it here. >> he makes these videos for his son. here's his latest creation. >> and the oscar goes to -- daddy. [ applause ] >> thank you. i'm sorry. i wasn't expecting to win. well, leo, we did it. we blocked the baby from winning an oscar. >> cash is outraged. >> before i go on -- >> his 1-year-old son cash, there. >> chris makes these videos for cash, and cash prefers to watch his dad's videos over tv. and we love third down much so one. chris sent it around the show off his handy work. we decided to put it on air
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this morning on "world news now," the colossal mix-up at the oscars. the biggest award of the night first goes to the wrong movie. so what happened here? we'll go live to hollywood for the latest. and investigating the russian connection. the growing calls for an official probe from both sides of the aisle into alleged russian interference into the presidential election. what one prominent republican lawmaker is now saying. and later we'll show you what happened when we sat down to watch the red carpet and got an exciting knock on the door. it is a surprise guest coming up on this oscar monday, february 27th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now."
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>> this pretty much sums it up. >> no words. we have no words. >> by the way, here's what -- i want to describe my perspective for a quick second. i had been waiting to go to the bathroom, watching the award show. they announce "la la land." i think it's over. i get up, go to the bathroom, i come back, and the cast of "moonlight" is on the stage. >> we're going to break that down. hollywood is known for great scripting, amazing cliff hangers, emotional endings. some explosive plots. >> the show was running well for most of last night until this unexpected plot when it come to best picture. >> we want to play it all. you said the honor fell to warren beatty and faye dunaway. so watch what happened. there was a pause taking place for a while. he's trying to find the correct envelope. and she's like come on with it.
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go on with it. because he knows he has the wrong envelope. >> she thinks he's trying to be funny? >> yeah. >> she's like come on. >> "la la land." >> she looks over and all she sees is "la la land." >> he's showing it to her like what do we do with this? >> then this is the producer. >> there's a mistake. >> before all of this, the interesting things, as they were talking you saw a tech with a headset. i was looking at it live on tv like why is this guy up there? did somebody crash the stage? what's happening. you see the tech walking around, and it turns out what was why. >> so much chaos, that it's hard to make out what happened until justin hurwitz comes out and tries to explain, and then warren beatty explains. >> i opened the envelope, and it said emma stone "la la land." that's why i took such a long look at faye and at you. i wasn't trying to be funny.
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>> well, you were funny. >> thank you very much. >> wow, this is -- >> you remember the elizabeth taylor moment at the golden globes where she walked on and was like -- but this wasn't a senior moment. >> this was just a mistake that happened. everyone is now resurrecting steve harvey's mishap. let's check in with lesley messer. what was the reaction where you were? >> reporter: just shock. you could not have scripted a more dramatic ending to an awards show. it was unbelievable. >> aside from the mistake, was part of the surprise that "moonlight" won at all or was it just the confusion? >> i think it was the confusion of it.
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and the director of the film and mahershala came back. they were saying how shocked they were. they said they loved "la la land." they accepted they won, and mahershala said he felt bad going up on stage. he said it was hard to feel joy at a moment like that. you felt bad all the way around for both of them. >> lesley, you're back there, backstage right there just steps away from where all of this is playing out. take us during the moment. what was it like? >> reporter: there was a lot of confusion as i'm sure you felt. you were wondering what is going on? is this a joke? this is a weird joke if it's a joke, and then there was a gasp that went through the room.
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no one could believe that this was happening. because this doesn't happen. this has never happened before. >> i mean, you can tell by the number of times jordan has to say this is not a joke and even holds up the card. how unexpected this all was. >> reporter: yeah, and actually, emma stone backstage after said part of the reason she was confused was because she actually had her best actress card. they gave it to her as a keepsake. so there was a lot of confusion as to what might have happened. were there duplicate cards. i think we'll be hearing about this for a long time. there's a lot more we don't know about how it went down. >> apparently there's duplicate cards. there's one on both sides of the stage. emma got hers for best actress. maybe warren and faye picked up her other duplicate card when they went on stage which is why he saw "la la land" and emma stone and created that moment and pause. >> at the end of the day, mistakes happen. it's just you hope something like this doesn't happen. and you feel bad for everyone involved. >> i think the positive thing to find in all of this as you were
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saying how you felt so bad and even the guys from "moonlight" couldn't believe it because they love "la la land." i think both of the parties involved could not have been more gracious to each other in all of this. you heard the "la la land" cast talk about how happy they were for "moonlight". emma stone said how much she loved the movie. and the guys of "moonlight" sung the praises of "la la land" as well. >> reporter: totally. this is why you can't go to the bathroom. >> this is why some of us should not have gone to the bathroom. >> lesley messer live backstage at an oscars for the ages, no doubt. >> will not forget that one. >> we'll have more oscar coverage throughout our show. we didn't get dressed up for nothing. so stick around with us. >> and lesley, thanks again. let's move to the morning's top stories. the white house insists it's premature to call for a special prosecutor to look into the alleged russian intervention into the presidential election.
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>> the president is blaming the public and the media for playing up this story and a prominent lawmaker is weighing in. >> reporter: president trump battling the reports that members of his campaign spoke with russians to help win the election. tweeting russia talk is fake news. put out by the dems and played up by the media in order to mask the big election defeat and the illegal leaks. this can comes amid growing calls for an official investigation. a prominent republican calling for a special prosecutor and that the attorney general should recuse himself. >> you're going to need to use the special prosecutor's statute and office to take not just to recuse. you can't just give it to your deputy. >> reporter: both the house and senate have already launched investigations. marco rubio underscoring the need for a nonpartisan probe. >> i think it's very important that the work of the senate intelligence committee be credible. >> reporter: corey lewandowski
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echoing the president's denial. >> never did i or anyone i know of have communication or contact with anyone from russia or the russian government. >> reporter: the president dined with his daughter and her husband. with the vocal proponent of brexit, this just hours after announcing he will not be dining with his sworn enemy, the media at this year's white house correspondence dinner. when asked for jeff sessions recusing himself from the investigation, the white house said we're not there yet. gloria riviera, abc news, washington. coming up, the new details into the frightening crash over the weekend into the heart of new orleans mardi gras. what we're finding out about the man accused of plowing into a crowd, injuring more than two dozen. and last half hour you saw how great we are at judging fashion. see what happens when we're joined by the most fashionable person we could find. >> who is it? >> you'll have to wait and see. first, here's a look at today's
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prosecutors say his blood alcohol content was nearly three times louisiana's legal limit when his truck plowed through a crowd. 28 people were hurt. one victim described the moments right before the crash. >> the truck lost control. came barrelling toward us. pretty fast. some of friends were run over. i got hit. i just got clipped. i'm all right. everyone has been released from the hospital. everyone seems to be doing all right. >> that's the good news. rizzuto is being held on $125,000 bond. if he makes that, the 25-year-old will be placed on house arrest and required to wear an ankle monitor. just before the oscars, hollywood was stunned to learn that bill paxton passed away at the age of 61. he was in dozens of movies and television series. including a tv series that premiered earlier this month. paxton was never nominated for
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an academy ward but several films during his career. picks paxton's family said only he died from complications due to a surgery. and the star of "the people's court, judge wapner, is dead at the age of 97. his 12 years on the tv bench inspired decades of other courtroom shows. judge wapner was an actual california judge before he presided over the people's court. we're waiting to hear from judges on a world record attempt in mexico city. nearly a thousand english bulldogs were gathered at mexico city's monument of the revolution. who knew there was a world record for english bulldogs in the one place, but apparently there is. >> another record attempt this weekend fell flat. flat. as a pancake. as part of the russian folk holiday in siberia chefs attempted to whip up the biggest
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crepe ever made in the country. it failed. because the pancake wasn't flipped properly. but everyone got a piece, and the celebrations continued anyway. they still have crepe to last for days. >> the old rolling method -- >> no. it was a technique. >> i see. >> yeah. >> next time. there's always next year. and still to come, hollywood's most fashionable night called for our most fashionable guest ever. >> wait until you see this person. next. come play with us! i'm coming. upgrade to move free ultra's triple action joint support for improved mobility, and flexibility. it also provides 20% better comfort than glucosamine chondroitin, all from one tiny mighty pill.... get in there with move free ultra, and enjoy living well. ♪living well
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[ knocking on the door ] >> come in. >> i'm here. i'm here. i'm ready for the oscars. >> you know this is a pajama party, right? >> yeah. i'm wearing my pajamas. >> are you ready? it's about the start. >> reporter: the biggest celebrities in hollywood are
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already making their way onto the most famous red carpet in the world. >> it would be perfect if gio benitez was there. >> reporter: oscar winner octavia spencer. >> octavia? oh, she looked stunning. >> she looked fantastic. >> she does. >> the lower part looks like a tornado. >> it kind of looks like a muppet. >> they should have saved the feathers for just the bottom of the dress. >> she's wearing vertical blinds. >> she really is. >> isabelle. >> that's so exotic. that is a beautiful gown. i had draperies in my living room that looked like that once. >> i think you need a show a little more skin somewhere. if you're going to have long
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sleeves, it needs maybe a v-neck. to have a high neck, long sleeves and a long skirt i think is too much. >> it's kind of like a beaded snuggy, really. >> justin timberlake and jessica biel. wonderful to have you both here. >> wow. she looks like an oscar. >> she dressed the part. >> she does. that's way too much gold. >> maybe she's trying to bring him good luck. >> i have her doll. >> you can never go wrong with gold. >> i feel like i want to ask him what table i'm sitting at. >> best justin timberlake song? >> "sexy back". >> that's great. i have to agree with that. ♪ how to act >> i like "can't stop the feeling". ♪ can't stop the feeling ♪ to just dance dance dance ♪ can't stop the feeling ♪ to just dance dance dance >> you don't know that one? >> not really. >> it's halle berry. >> she went to my hairdresser. >> thank you, robin. i'm here with janelle monet. >> what the hell is that? that looks like someone dipped
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her in glue and rolled her around in beads. >> emma stone. wait. stop. >> ryan gosling. >> we were wondering what the noise was. ryan, ryan. >> wait, ryan reynolds. >> no, gosling. >> what's with the ruffles? >> ryan gosling can do no wrong. >> except that. >> no. >> the ruffles. >> handsome. >> except ruffles. it's very over the top. >> and we're drinking to ryan gosling. >> it's a nod to the 70s. i like it. he looks like a hipster in brooklyn. >> that's an insult to that hipsters and brooklyn. >> i guess it is. in a hipster in brooklyn met grizzly adams. >> oh, it's a mull let dress. and it's a bathing suit top. >> that's bad. >> it looks, oh, i don't know. it looks like the underbelly of a fish.
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>> i'm here with viola davis and her husband. >> viola davis. cheers. >> cheers. >> thank you for stopping by. good to see you as always. back to you. >> who are you wearing? >> i don't know. >> who am i wearing? i don't know. i think it's jcpenny. >> she was drunk. >> speechless. >> by the way, what was in her cup? >> every ten seconds -- >> it wasn't diet coke. >> no, and every ten seconds we looked over and she had a new piece of food in her hand. and it waentd like popcorn. a corn dog, a turkey leg, a box of donuts. >> including the pizza from somewhere in long island. >> this is a pajama party. those were aunt barbara's pajamas. i talked about showing skin and weir full onesie, including a hood.
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bury the hatchet with someone i've had issues with. i would. matt damon. now, matt, i've known him for a long time. i've known matt so long when i first met matt, i was the fat one. okay? true. i also want to take a moment tonight to acknowledge our musical director, the great herald wheeler. herald is -- [ laughter ] >> anyway -- >> two-time academy award winner ben affleck and guest. >> and guest. wow. really? >> yeah. you know, it's like a plus one. >> i know what a guest is. >> the great alfred hitchcock
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was once asked the key elements of making a memorable movie. >> he said to make a great film, you need three things. the script, the script and the script. >> this year the screen plays proved him right -- creative screen telling and inspirational themes. >> the nominees include a story of two brothers -- oh, my god. hold on. am i being played off? seriously? i'm just presenting. you can't play me off. why are they playing me off? ♪ ♪ >> wrap it up. we want to go home. >> so incredibly brilliant. i laughed the entire time. >> they also played one of matt damon's worst movies ever. >> in all the clips, all the good ones -- >> great movies. >> they played "we bought a zoo". >> you were about to add an
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