Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway will return to present the Best Picture Oscar again this year after announcing the wrong victor last year in an envelope mixup they swear will not be repeated. The pair were given the wrong category envelope and accidentally named "La La Land" the Oscar victor for Best Picture.
Beatty wasn't sure what to make of the confusing printout and handed it to Dunaway, who assumed that La La Land must have won, and announced it as 2017's best picture. Realising the mistake too late, La La Land producer Jordan Horowitz then had to awkwardly hand over the award on stage - in front of the shocked crowd.
TMZ reports that the Academy believes that the best way to right the wrong of last year's globally televised disaster is to bring back two of the people involved to try it again. He asks Warren Beatty, "What do I do?" and Beatty responds, "I don't care what you do just get out of my house".
TMZ states the lines are not officially set in stone, but we're keeping our fingers crossed for a better outcome for the presenters on their second go. "We are now investigating how this could have happened, and deeply regret that this occurred".
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The 90th anniversary Academy Awards show comes a year after the biggest mistake in Oscar history, and Jimmy Kimmel returns as host.
Lest we forget: after walking up to the podium and opening the envelope at a glacial pace at the end of the four-hour awards show, Beatty appeared confused after opening the envelope. "I showed it to Faye and she said La La Land".