There were so many musical performances during Sunday's Oscars, we forgot for a moment that we weren't watching the Grammys.
Pharrell Williams - in his now trademark hat - got things off to a gleeful start with his performance of "Happy" from "Despicable Me 2." Williams didn't win the best original song Oscar, but he did win for being the only artist who got the nominees on their feet.
Sandra Bullock doesn't need to win the best actress Oscar to call her work on "Gravity" a success.
First, several critics have already praised her portrayal of an astronaut who terrifyingly gets stuck in space after an accident.
Two, the movie has been very well-received at the box office - and Bullock will reportedly get a cut of that pay.
When Jared Leto hits the big time, he doesn't forget about his family.
The actor and 30 Seconds to Mars rocker has had an incredible awards season thanks to his work in "Dallas Buyers Club," and he's bringing his mom along to what may be the highlight, Sunday's Academy Awards.
Three cheers for the Oscars aiming high with their musical talent.
The show has recruited Broadway darling Idina Menzel to perform "Let It Go" from her animated blockbuster "Frozen" at the March 2 ceremony.
Kendrick Lamar was nominated for seven awards at this year's Grammy Awards and somehow walked away with none.
Yet the "good kid, m.A.A.d. city" rapper is taking the snub in stride - even though one of his peers, Macklemore, had a harder time doing so.
It's not a Grammy, but we can give Taylor Swift an award after last night.
The "Red" singer was voted best-dressed by CNN's readers from a list that included some of the most coveted dresses of the night, including Bonnie McKee's and Katy Perry's.
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