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The Brits who won Oscars at the 2019 Academy Awards

The Brits who won Oscars at the 2019 Academy Awards”

Asked what Queen Anne would say after her win, Colman replied, "Eat some cake".

"It's genuinely quite stressful".

British actress Olivia Colman stunned Hollywood on February 24 when she won the Best Actress Oscar for her role in 'The Favourite, ' beating acting heavyweight Glenn Close and fan fave Lady Gaga in the process.

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"I have to thank lots of people and if I forget anybody I'll find you later and give you a massive snog [this is a kiss, for our overseas readers]".

"I have worked hard for a long time and it's not about winning, it's about not giving up", said a tearful Gaga. Under the direction of Yorgos Lanthimos, Coleman gave a career-best as a ruler in decline under the control of her dear friend and secret lover Lady Sarah (Weisz), who is suddenly swayed by a new and conniving member to court (Stone).

Her role lasted for the first seven seasons when she chose to depart the show. After gaining some composure, she noted, "My kids are at home and watching - well if you're not then, well, kind of well done. As long as they're as lovely, funny, hardworking & absurdly gifted as well as a mate for 26 years - you'll feel just fine".

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Regina King, who won the award for best supporting actress for her dynamic, captivating performance in "If Beale Street Could Talk", also delivered a heartwarming speech at the top of the show.

After a speech like that, how could the internet not be totally in love with Olivia Colman? This is not going to happen again.

Colman met her eventual husband, Ed Sinclair, when the two were cast in a student theatre production of Alan Ayckbourn's Table Manners. And Colman proved last night that her style was nothing short of royalty, hitting the carpet in forest green Prada. Colman is a British actress and is a big name across the pond. "Spike Lee, thank you for my start". "She's really friendly and when we mention that we're at uni, she keeps on shouting "stuuudeennntttts" in a sort-of Paul Calf voice". 25 years you have been my best supporter and he is going to cry.

17 killed in fire at Delhi's Karol Bagh hotel
The death toll later rose to 17, including a mother and child who tried to escape the flames by jumping from an upstairs window. There were 53 people in the 45-room budget hotel, which had a canopy on the terrace, housing what appeared to be a restaurant.

Addressing her co-star Bradley Cooper, she said: "Bradley, there is not a single person who could have sang this song with me but you".



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