Some presenters — and even winners — can't resist making a joke out of the infamous mistake.
Nobody can seem to forget the moment at the 89th Academy Awards earlier this year when La La Land was mistakenly named best picture.
For anyone who may have missed it, a short recap: The entire cast of the musical movie approached the stage after presenter Faye Dunaway read the film's name standing alongside a perplexed Warren Beatty. Their acceptance speeches were interrupted when it was revealed Moonlight was the actual winner, with Beatty and Dunaway having been given the envelope for the wrong category. (Watch the clip above.)
Months later, presenters and winners are various other award shows are still making a joke of the matter.
Below, a roundup of those who have referenced the incident thus far.
The cast of Nickelodeon's show won the award for favorite kids show at the network's slimefest in March. Jace Norman, the show’s star, gave a speech but stopped when reading the card. “You guys, this must be a mistake, this says ‘favorite kids show: Moonlight,’” Norman joked as the rest of the cast stared at the camera wide-eyed. “I didn’t even know they were nominated.”
The magician with his fellow presenter, Nancy O'Dell, announced the winner for song of the year at April's ACM Awards. Copperfield read the card as, "Emma Stone, La La Land" and said, “I’m not kidding. Look at this.” A camera zoomed in on the card that indeed displayed the winner as "Emma Stone, La La Land." The presenters went on to pretend to perform a magic act to change the name on the card. The award actually went to Thomas Rhett for his hit song "Die a Happy Man.”
At the MTV Movie & TV Awards in May, Snatched co-stars Amy Schumer and Golden Hawn presented the award for movie of the year. Schumer yelled "La La Light!" into the microphone after reading the card. “No, that’s Moonland,” said Hawn. In reality, the award went to Beauty and the Beast, with the film's stars Emma Watson and Josh Gad accepting.
The ‘Fight Song’ singer took the stage with Chris Daughtry to present the Billboard Chart Achievement Award at May's Billboard Music Awards. Platten jokingly announced La La Land when Twenty One Pilots was in actuality the winner.
The actor presented the BAFTA TV award for best female comedy performance at May's ceremony. In announcing the winner, Gooding said: "And the award goes to ... Moonlight!" He continued to poke fun at the epic Oscar flub. “They are like, ‘That’s the last time that negro will ever come and present an award.’” The award went to Phoebe Waller-Bridge for Fleabag.