5 Stars Share Their Thoughts From the Oscars 2014

The 2014 Oscars took place last night, and as usual, the night will not be forgotten. With many big wins, surprises and jokes, the night a dream come true for the winners. Speaking while on the red carpet or at the Oscars ceremony, these 5 stars shared their thoughts on the night about the big Hollywood event. Some cracked jokes, others said they’re glad to wrap up the whole thing after being nominated and some were completely surprised by how the night unfolded and they got to take home an award.

Lupita Nyong’o

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When asked about what she will remember most from the night, Lupita says she is currently just taking it all in: ”I don’t know yet. I’m still living it. I hope I remember it all.”

Cate Blanchett
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Cate said the pressure of being nominated was quite intense so she is happy the whole experience is now wrapped up: ”It’s an intense, unbearable pressure, which I’m so glad is over. Every year, I watch this thing remotely and there are five, six, ten, twenty performances by women that I am godsmacked by.”

Jason Sudeikis
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Jason was presenting an award and joked that he was afraid about mispronouncing the name he had to call out: ”There’s letters in here that aren’t even in the alphabet. ”There’s an ampersand in the middle of this. So I’m just as nervous as anybody nominated.”

Jennifer Lawrence
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Jennifer fell over again at this year’s Oscars and is now worried people think she’s pulling a stunt: ”I’m afraid that like – I got so scared and I hope nobody took a picture, because I’m afraid it’s going start looking like a gimmick.”

Ellen DeGeneres
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Host for the night Ellen pulled off some great gags and one liners, including: “It’s going to be an exciting night. Anything can happen, so many different possibilities. Possibility number one, 12 Years a Slave wins best picture. Possibility number two, you’re all racists.”

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