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Oscars Twitter Round-Up: Celebrities Sound Off on Jennifer Lawrence’s Fall, Michelle Obama’s Cameo, More

Oscars Twitter Round-Up: Celebrities Sound Off on Jennifer Lawrence’s Fall, Michelle Obama’s Cameo, More

February 25th, 2013
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    Click through for the best celebrity tweets of the night! 

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    Tyra Banks celebrated Jennifer Lawrence's fall on the way up to the podium. 

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    Chris Rock made a hilarious joke about Michelle Obama's appearance. 

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    Joan Rivers said what we were all thinking about presenter John Travolta

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    Carson Kressley didn't think Ben Affleck's reference to "falling and getting back up" was about Jennifer Lawrence, which much of the Twitterverse did. 

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    Chrissy Teigen found Lawrence's fall to be charming, not embarrassing. 

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    Donald Trump, naturally, decided to weigh in on Michelle Obama's bangs. 

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    Joel McHale wanted the world to know that the FLOTUS cameo wasn't an endorsement. 

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    Michelle Obama loved announcing the Best Picture Oscar—but many are still baffled as to why she was there (she looked great regardless!). 

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    Harry Styles showed his support for Jennifer Lawrence before her big win.

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    Alicia Keys enjoyed the Bond celebration—but isn't about to be joining the ranks of the infamous Bond girls anytime soon. 

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    While many were underwhelmed with the Bond presentation, Nina Garcia celebrated the legendary Shirley Bassey, who performed the "Goldfinger" theme song. 

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    Celebrity stylist Brad Goreski commended Samuel L. Jackson's velvet ensemble—truly one of the most original male looks of the night. 

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    "Real Housewife of New York" star Carole Radziwill preferred the commercials to the actual show. 

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    Piers Morgan liked the "Jaws" theme song, while many thought it was a bit mean and aggressive. 

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    Derek Blasberg commented on Catherine Zeta-Jones' rendition of her famous song "All That Jazz" in "Chicago," and said what we were all thinking. 

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    Kelly Cutrone liked seeing Jane Fonda and boyfriend Richard Perry together in the audience. In their 70s, they were one of the chicest couples in the room. 

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    Jimmy Fallon (like many others) shared his thoughts about the hairstyle of the night.

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    The always opinionated Kate Walsh was sick of celebrities rambling during their presenter speeches. 

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    Kim Cattrall's cat didn't watch the Oscars ceremony. 

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    Coco Rocha watched the Academy Awards with the "The Face" team, and genuinely liked it. She seems to be one of the only ones. 

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    Noted fashion photographer Nigel Barker showed his allegiance to British cinema by commending the James Bond 50th anniversary theme.

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    Rob Lowe called out the Academy for overlooking the tiger in "Life of Pi." 

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    Ben Affleck's acceptance speech for Best Picture was pretty much appreciated across the board—including Katie Couric

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    Ramona Singer gave her two cents about the media's reaction of Jennifer Lawrence's fall.

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    Russell Brand likened Jennifer Lawrence's win and fall to bathroom humor, naturally.

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    Mario Lopez snapped a red carpet picture with Catherine Zeta-Jones.

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    Bethenny Frankel enjoyed Seth MacFarlane's apparent love for singing onstage.

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The Oscars are the most talked about awards ceremony of the year, and with good reason: It’s always a spectacle. This year, we saw a tribute to the 50th anniversary of James Bond, a slew of musical performances, and even a total wipeout from Best Actress winner Jennifer Lawrence. Naturally, celebrities vocalized their mixed opinions via Twitter, and we’ve rounded them up for your reading pleasure.

Click through the gallery above for the best celebrity reactions to the 85th Academy Awards! 

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