• The Oscars 2024 were this weekend
  • There were many memorable moments not caught on TV
  • HERE are some of them

From Emma Stone's champagne mishaps to Greta Gerwig's fan encounters, we've got the inside scoop on what the cameras didn't show you. Get ready for a close-up of the stars' off-screen antics during Hollywood's most glamorous night!

The Oscars might be all glitz and glam on your TV screen, but what happens when the cameras stop rolling? Oh, you're in for a treat! We've got the juicy details that the Academy doesn't want you to know!

Late to the Party!

The stars might shine bright, but punctuality? Not so much! Marty Scorsese, Margot Robbie, and Ryan Gosling were fashionably late, while Carey Mulligan nearly missed the opening act! Good thing hubby Marcus Mumford was her knight in shining armor, right?

Commercial breaks are the new high school reunions! Emma Stone and Jennifer Lawrence were the life of the party, leaving their spouses to simply watch in awe. And when Da'Vine Joy Randolph snagged the supporting actress award, the celeb crowd went wild!

Imagine winning an Oscar and missing it because you're sipping bubbly in the lobby! Emma Stone knows the feeling all too well. But hey, at least she had Florence Pugh and her "sprinkled dress" to keep her company – and a nearly nude John Cena on the monitor for a good laugh!

Even Oscar nominees have fangirl moments! Greta Gerwig was cornered by costume designer Eduardo Castro, who couldn't stop raving about Ann Roth's 'Barbie' cameo. And Greta's response? A martini would fix everything!

Before Ryan Gosling turned the Oscars into a pop concert, the Kens were in full prep mode. And when the show hit the stage, Greta Gerwig was front and center with her very own "Ken"! Talk about a fan-tastic moment!

After the lights dimmed, the 'Oppenhomies', including Robert Downey Jr. and Emily Blunt, had their victory moment. And when the show wrapped, the night was just beginning. From Cord Jefferson's Oscar hop to Greta Gerwig's "I'm Just Ken" high, the after-parties were where the real magic happened!

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So there you have it, folks! The Oscars are more than just speeches and statues – they're about the unscripted, unforgettable moments that make Hollywood, well, Hollywood!