It was an Academy Awards like no other. The iconic Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles was swapped for multiple locations around the world, the iconic red carpet only had a handful of guests and photographers, and strict protocols meant guests had to wear masks whenever they weren't on camera.
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a massive impact on the film industry and this includes in the way that the Oscars would be celebrated.
Despite all of that, some things remain the same.
There's always someone who makes a speech that goes from sincere to hilarious and, kind of cringe.
Step forward Best Supporting Actor winner Daniel Kaluuya.
And, we learnt that even at the biggest moment of your career, there's always time to lust after Brad Pitt.
Yuh-Jung Youn who became the first Korean actor to win an Oscar when she took the prize for Best Supporting Actress, took a minute to appreciate the presence of the eternal heart-throb.
It was a groundbreaking nights in lots of ways, Chloé Zhao became the first woman of colour to win for Best Director and the second woman ever. Anthony Hopkins became the oldest winner of an Best Actor award.
Gordon Hayden had all the news and backstage goss, and he joined Dermot and Dave to fill them in.
You can catch the chat in full by clicking play below: