Steve Harvey, Miss Universe Twitter Accounts Tease Oscars for Best Picture Mix-Up
February 27, 2017 - miss universe
Who we gonna call? Steve Harvey and a Miss Universe Twitter accounts teased Warren Beatty for his Best Picture mix-up during a 2017 Oscars on Sunday, Feb 26, alluding to their possess failure from 2015. Watch a shave above to relive a ungainly Oscar moment!
“Have your people call a people — we know what to do. #Oscars #MissUniverse,” a official Miss Universe comment tweeted shortly after a intolerable impulse on Sunday.
“Call me Warren Beatty,” Harvey, 60, tweeted a following morning. “I can assistance we get by this! #Oscars.”
On Sunday, Beatty, 79, caused Twitter — and a assembly during a Dolby Theatre — to warp down after he erroneously announced La La Land as a leader of Best Picture. In fact, it was underdog play Moonlight that took home a tip honor.
Similarly, in Dec 2015, Harvey incidentally crowned Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutiérrez as a leader of a beauty manifestation before realizing his mistake and giving a tiara and flowers to a tangible winner, Miss Philippines Pia Wurtzbach. The speak uncover horde after explained that he had churned adult a names of a leader and a initial runner-up when he suggested a winner, heading to a torturously ungainly charge of dethroning Miss Colombia.
“It was a many gut-wrenching travel I’ve ever had in my life,” Harvey told Jimmy Fallon during an talk one year later, of carrying to go behind out on theatre to acknowledge his annoying mistake. “I was brought adult that way, man, to kind of only face whatever there is, so we went out and dealt with it.”
Though a transparent reason of what happened during Sunday night’s Oscars has nonetheless to surface, auditing organisation PricewaterhouseCoopers, that handles a Oscar balloting, released an reparation after a staggering mix-up, indicating out that it wasn’t Beatty (or Faye Dunaway, his copresenter) who were during fault.
“We unequivocally apologize to Moonlight, La La Land, Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway, and Oscar viewers for a blunder that was done during a endowment proclamation for Best Picture,” a association pronounced in a statement. “The presenters had incorrectly been given a wrong difficulty pouch and when discovered, was immediately corrected. We are now questioning how this could have happened, and deeply bewail that this occurred.”
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