Late-Night Hosts Joke About a Oscars Mixup

“That is so worried to watch,” Stephen Colbert joked. “It’s like examination Titanic, solely Titanic indeed won best picture.”

Late-night hosts took a discerning mangle from their Trump element to poke fun during Sunday’s Oscars snafu on Monday night. 

After Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway announced a wrong best design winner, reading out La La Land before rightly giving a endowment to Moonlight, a comedians jumped on a subject. 

Stephen Colbert pronounced he felt bad for both movies. “Welcome to The Late Show, I’m La La Land,” he joked, starting off a show. “Sorry, we review that wrong.”

“That is so worried to watch,” he joked. “It’s like watching Titanic, solely Titanic indeed won best picture.” 

“There’s always a catch,” joked Colbert. “Here’s your Oscar, though some white folks get to hold it first. To make matters worse, while they were adult on theatre Ryan Gosling had to explain jazz to them.”

Jimmy Kimmel, horde of a Oscars, explained what happened during Monday’s part of Jimmy Kimmel Live!

“What Warren did is he was confused so he handed it to Faye and let her review a winner,” pronounced Kimmel. “In other words, Clyde threwough Bonnie underneath a bus. It was a sharp move.”

“People around me said, ‘oh did we lift a antic of some kind,'” Kimmel added. “If we had pulled a antic we wouldn’t only have a wrong winner’s name on a envelope. when they non-stop it there would be like a Bed Bath and Beyond banking during a finish of it.”

Conan O’Brien shielded Beatty, observant that a pouch he was given “was flattering confusing.”

The horde showed a “clip” of what happened, with a close-up of a envelope, that read, “Moonlight is not the film that didn’t win best picture.” 


On The Daily Show, Trevor Noah assimilated “everyone everywhere still perplexing to figure out what in a vital f— happened during a Oscars.”

Roy Wood Jr. assimilated him during a desk, explaining “peak blackness,” that is a “rare psychic anomaly,” he said, function newly as several black actors were nominated for Oscars, Beyonce announced she was profound and “Frederick Douglass came behind to life.” 

“All of this dark culminated during a Oscars,” he resolved of a Moonlight win. 

Over on The Late Late Show, James Corden mimicked La La Land’s rehearsal scene, mimicking Emma Stone’s “Audition” strain with one of his own. Instead of dedicating a balance to “the ones who dream,” Corden sang about “the ones who lose.” 

“Here’s to a ones who lose. God, we need so most booze. Here’s to a ones who hope, who switched that envelope? They told them, Moonlight come give your debate on your film about handjobs on a beach. This outcome doesn’t seem right. Oscars used to be so white!”