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Brad Pitt’s interrupted speech, more you didn’t see on TV

HOLLYWOOD – The biggest night in film is viewed by many around the globe, but the numerous eyes watching might be interested to know what happens on Oscars night that the cameras aren’t privy to. 

Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre offers its attendees the chance to socialize, congratulate each other and reunite with former colleagues. Guests can also snack on treats and sip on adult beverages in the facility’s lobbies. 

While you already know about the show’s biggest moments – like “Parasite” racking up the awardsJoaquin Phoenix’s impassioned speech and Eminem’s surprising performance – here are the moments that didn’t make it to air:

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The audience needed to warm up for the opening number

The audience loved it when Janelle Monáe presented her hat to Tom Hanks as she sang "It's a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood." But they weren't really up for singing along.

The room grew quiet about three minutes before the show began, anticipating the hostless show’s opening number. The audience cheered when Janelle Monáe put on a red cardigan, reminiscent of Fred Rogers, portrayed by Tom Hanks in “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.” And, they applauded when she gave Hanks her hat, but there was a noticeable lack of participation when Monáe asked the crowd to join her in singing. 

Brad Pitt’s acceptance speech gets interrupted 

Brad Pitt now has an acting Oscar.

When the “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” actor was thanking writer/director Quentin Tarantino while accepting the supporting actor statuette, a phone began ringing in Mezzanine 2 of the theater.

There was another commotion in this section of the theater when “Parasite” was named best picture. Staff came to check on a woman in the audience who was eventually rolled out in a wheelchair.

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Supporting actors support each other

Supporting actor and actress winners Brad Pitt and Laura Dern mingled during a commercial break.

Laura Dern gave Pitt a big hug and placed her hand on his shoulder. Like her fellow actor, Dern nabbed a supporting trophy, for her work in “Marriage Story.”

She continued issuing warm greetings to three others seated on the front row before going back to her seat.

Couples share sweet moments

Rooney Mara and Joaquin Phoenix arrive hand in hand.

When you’re famous, the Oscars can serve as a date night, and there was plenty of romance happening at Dolby.

Phoenix and his “filthy dragon,” girlfriend Rooney Mara, exited the show during a commercial break hand-in-hand. In the lobby, Scarlett Johansson,  a double nominee for “Marriage Story and Jojo Rabbit,” held hands with fiancé Colin Jost, who had just performed a show in New York the night before, gave the actress his tuxedo jacket. 

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As did former co-stars

The show gave us a "Veep" reunion when Tony Hale and Julia Louis-Dreyfus presented the best-actress trophy.

Before presenting with her “Downhill” castmate Will Ferrell, Julia Louis-Dreyfus spent time with her “Veep” co-star Tony Hale. The two sat on a long bench, where they even commemorated the evening with a selfie. 

Party snacks keep stars from getting hangry

During breaks in the three-hour-long show, attendees availed themselves of the snacks on offer – including an assortment of cookies, popcorn, trail mix, chips and other goodies.

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