Nine Year Old Quvenzhane Wallis ‘Celebrates Oscar Night By Dancing To Rihanna And Beyonce At After Party’

Quvenzhane Wallis might not have picked up the Oscar for Best Actress, but that didn’t stop the nine year-old celebrating the historic achievement of being the youngest ever Academy Award nominee reportedly hitting the dancefloor with her ‘Beasts of the Southern Wild’ co-stars at the awards afterparty.

According to eye-witnesses the adorable star, who wore a layered blue dress and puppy purse for the occasion requested Beyonce and Rihanna to be played at the Fox’s Oscar party while the cast hit the dancefloor, E! News reports.

Clearly in the mood to celebrate Hollywood’s most glittering night, the cast hit the dancefloor as soon as they arrived qwith little Wallis dancing in the centre. The tot admitted during a recent interview with Chelsea Handler that she was a huge fan of dancing.

“I do dance at my house,” she said, “I have a routine with one of my publicists and we go home and like we put on the music and do the routine.”

So cute. It sounds like controversy surrounding a derogatory comment made by The Onion on Twitter, where they called the actress a “c***” didn’t affect her fun. They later apologised for the comment.

The publication’s CEO Steve Hannah posted a lengthy apology on The Onion’s facebook and Twitter pages, which read: “On behalf of The Onion, I offer my personal apology to Quvenzhané Wallis and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for the tweet that was circulated last night during the Oscars. It was crude and offensive—not to mention inconsistent with The Onion’s commitment to parody and satire, however biting.

“No person should be subjected to such a senseless, humorless comment masquerading as satire. The tweet was taken down within an hour of publication.”

The statement went on the assure readers that stricter protocols were now being implemented for the paper’s social networking accounts: “We have instituted new and tighter Twitter procedures to ensure that this kind of mistake does not occur again.

“In addition, we are taking immediate steps to discipline those individuals responsible. Miss Wallis, you are young and talented and deserve better. All of us at The Onion are deeply sorry.”