Groundbreaking moments yes! And some intergenerational misses.

Thank goodness! The committee at the Oscars had a great opportunity to survive another year of Oscars, a new stage for all-inclusive representation and forum of the artist being hailed appropriately on the grand stage. In front of billions of people from around the world thanks to technology.

REGINA KING Oscar Winner Best Supporting Actress

Regina King poses backstage with the Oscar® for performance by an actress in a supporting role during the live ABC Telecast of The 91st Oscars® at the Dolby® Theatre in Hollywood, CA on Sunday, February 24, 2019. Photography by Matt Sayles / ©A.M.P.A.S.

The Oscars last night gave out a lot of first! Regina King picked up her very first Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for, If Beale Street Could Talk. Another first, was Ruth E. Carter wining the first Black Woman to win for Best Costume Design for Black Panther.

Ruth E. Carter poses backstage with the Oscar® for achievement in costume design. Photography by Matt Sayles / ©A.M.P.A.S.

“Marvel may have created the first black superhero, but through costume design, we turned him into an AFRICAN KING.” Ruth E. Carter

Another first, went to Hannah Beachler who made history as the first African American women to win an Oscar for Best Production Design for Black Panther.

Kevin Wilmott, David Rabinowitz, Spike Lee, and Charles Wachtel pose backstage with the Oscar® for adapted screenplay during. Photography by credit: Matt Petit / ©A.M.P.A.S.

A high and low for, Spike Lee, who won for Best Adapted Screenplay for BlacKkKlanseman, but has yet to win for Best Director or Best Picture.

Olivia Colman poses backstage with Frances McDormand with the Oscar® for performance by an actress in a leading role. Photography by Matt Sayles / ©A.M.P.A.S.

A huge Oscar miss, Actress Glenn Close in the “the WIFE” on her 7th Oscar nomination loss, which pulled on all of our heartstrings, We love you. The win for lead Actress went to Olivia Colman in “The Favourite”.

Rami Malek poses backstage with the Oscar® for performance by an actor in a leading role. Photography by Matt Petit / ©A.M.P.A.S.

Other highlights of the evening including the many wins for Bohemian Rhapsody and ROMA. Bohemian Rhapsody gave us Lead Actor Winner, Rami Malek and “Roma” gave us Alfonso Cuarón Oscar winner for Best Director.

Mahershala Ali backstage with the Oscar® for performance by an actor in a supporting role. Photography by Matt Sayles / ©A.M.P.A.S.

Another first Oscar win went to Mahershala Ali, the first African American to Win Best Supporting Actor for his performance in Green Book. Green Book also took home an Oscar for the Best Motion Picture for the night, beating out 7 other nominations.

After winning the Oscar® for music written for motion pictures (original song), Andrew Wyatt, Mark Ronson, Lady Gaga, and Anthony Rossomando pose backstage. Photography by Richard Harbaugh / ©A.M.P.A.S.

Lady Gaga took home her first Oscar win for Best Original Song, “Shallow” from “A Star is Born ” Music and Lyric by Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt.

Best Animated short went Domee Shi and Becky Neiman-Cobb for BAO, the Oscar missed talented Animators Andrew Chesworth and Bobby Pontillas for One Small Step, the youngest animators nominated since the launch of their very own animation studio Taikos. But, we are hopeful that this will spearhead more resounding creativity from such a talented group most notable for the last decade of animations movies including RIO, Frozen, Wreck it Ralph, Moana and more.

Top left center: Bobby Pontillas & Andrew Chesworth Oscar Nomination for Best Animated Short: One Small Step by Taikos Studios.

Overall, our favorite part of the night was the no annoying Oscar host and respective jokes. Can we do this every year? We are very OK with sacrificial Artificial Intelligence doing the announcements, they do not own a Twitter account.

Now for the moment, we have all been waiting for our Best Dressed!