February 25 2013

. February 25, 2013.
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The Academy Awards were amazing, but the best part were all of the awkward moments that the celebs had! Here's a breakdown of the five most cringe-worthy moments of the night.

1. Seth MacFarlane's entire monologue. He's really bashing Chris Brown and Rhianna at the Academy Awards? This isn't the MTV awards. Keep it classy, Seth!

2. The Hollywood trend of long, white wizard-haired producers, directors, and writers.

3. Jennifer Lawrence's trip up the stairs.

4. Jamie Foxx tries to pick up Kelly Rowland during the pre-show red carpet interview.

5. Anne Hathaway's nips.

For more awkward Oscar moments – check out www.oscars.com

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