Did you pick the winner?

The 87th Academy Awards took place in Hollywood yesterday, but who took home a coveted Oscar and how many of you guessed correctly?

Best Picture

A quirky film, Birdman surprisingly won the Best Picture Oscar. Only 9.52 per cent of you thought this would win.

The Theory of Everything – 33.33 per cent

The Grand Budapest Hotel – 19.05 per cent

Selma – 11.9 per cent

Best Actor

A dead heat between Eddie Redmayne and Benedict Cumberbatch in our poll, it was Redmayne who took home the gold statue on the night.

Eddie Redmayne, The Theory of Everything – 36.59 per cent

Benedict Cumberbatch, The Imitation Game – 36.59 per cent

Best Actress

It will come as no great surprise to the whopping 71.43 per cent who thought she would win the award – congrats to Julianne Moore.

Julianne Moore, Still Alice – 71.43 per cent

Felicity Jones, The Theory of Everything – 11.9 per cent

Best Supporting Actor

Well done to the 16.7 per cent of you who thought JK Simmons would take home the award for his supporting role in Whiplash, although Robert Duvall was clearly your favourite.

Robert Duvall, The Judge – 33.33 per cent

Edward Norton, Birdman – 19.05 per cent

Best Supporting Actress

Patricia Arquette may have got only 11.9 per cent of your vote, buts she still bagged herself an Oscar. So who did you think would win?

Keira Knightly, The Imitation Game – 38.1 per cent

Meryl Street, Into the Woods – 30.95 per cent

Best Original Score

Loved by all our members, it was slim pickings on the major awards for The Grand Budapest Hotel, however, it did win the Best Original Score award.

The Grand Budapest Hotel – 32.43 per cent

The Theory of Everything – 24.32 per cent

Best Song

John Legend and Common (yes, that’s his name) won the Oscar for Glory, from the movie Selma and 32.43 pre cent agree is as a worthy winner.

Glory, Selma – 32.43 per cent

I’m not gonna miss you, I’ll be me – 29.73 per cent

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