14 Moments You Missed If You Completely Forgot The 2020 BAFTAs Were On Yesterday

    1917 won, like, 1,917 awards.

    1. All of your fave celebrities showed up lookin' fine as heck on the red carpet:

    2. Including Kate Middleton, who re-wore a dress she wore back in 2012 in order to promote sustainability:

    3. Rebel Wilson made a very silly — and accurate — joke about the monstrosity that was Cats while presenting Best Director:

    Rebel Wilson presents the Director Award, but not before she says a few words herself 😉✨ #EEBAFTAs #BAFTAs

    4. Laura Dern continued her Best Supporting Actress winner streak for her role in Marriage Story:

    5. Brad Pitt had his co-star Margot Robbie deliver his acceptance speech after winning Best Supporting Actor for his role in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, since he was unable to attend. The speech included THIS hilarious joke about the royal family...while Prince William* was sitting in the audience:

    6. There was a mini Bridget Jones's Diary reunion when Renée Zellweger and Hugh Grant passed each other after Zellweger accepted her award for Leading Actress for her role in Judy and Grant was headed to the stage to present an award:

    Hugh Grant making Bridget Jones's Diary references when he presented after Renée Zellweger won is the happy thought I'll take with me today #BAFTAs

    7. Blue Story's Michael Ward took home the EE Rising Star Award:

    8. Jojo Rabbit took home the award for Best Adapted Screenplay, and Taika Waititi gave a very silly acceptance speech:

    9. Parasite took home two awards, including Best Film Not in English and Best Original Screenplay:

    10. Several people used their time on stage to call out the lack of diversity in the nominees, including Graham Norton, who made this A+ joke:

    11. And Joaquin Phoenix, who won Best Actor for his role in Joker, used his time on stage not only to call out the lack of diversity in the nominees, but his OWN privilege:

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    12. Joker also took home the first ever BAFTA award for Best Casting:

    For the first time ever, we present the Casting award! And the winner is… Joker 🎥👏 #EEBAFTAs #BAFTAs

    13. Sir Ian McKellen presented Andy Serkis with the Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema award, and it was the Lord of the Rings reunion I never knew I needed:

    14. And finally, 1917 was the biggest winner of the night, taking home the awards for Best Film, Outstanding British Film, Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Special Visual Effects, Best Production Design, and Best Sound.

    Be sure to check out the full list of the night's nominees and winners here!