The 2021 Oscars have come and gone and you can read the full list of winners here now.

As with previous occasions, there were certain meme-able moments at the Oscars this year.

They included a mom's baffled reaction to her son's acceptance speech.

Daniel Kaluuya, after winning the Golden Globe, BAFTA and SAG award for Best Supporting Actor in 'Judas and the Black Messiah', also won the Oscar in the category last night.

It would seem that Daniel was a little nervous and spoke off the cuff during his acceptance speech.

After thanking God, his family and paying tribute to Fred Hampton, who he played in the movie, he said: "We're breathing, we're walking, it's incredible. My mum and my dad, they had sex! It's amazing, you know what I'm saying? I'm here. I'm so happy to be alive, so I'm gonna celebrate that tonight."

His sister put her head in her hands and his mum appeared to mouth "What is he talking about?" after he dropped the bombshell.

And of course we have to talk about Glenn Close doing "Da Butt". Because even if it was scripted, it was iconic.

Nominated for Best Supporting Actress for 'Hillbilly Elegy', Close was asked by Lil Rey Howery in one of the ceremony's segment to identify an Oscar-nominated song from the past.

The actress recognised Experience Unlimited's "Da Butt" right away and then, well, she did Da Butt.

And of course we must discuss Youn Yuh-jung playing it cool but also slightly crushing on Brad Pitt (we've all been there...) as he presented her the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for 'Minari'.

Pitt is actually an exec producer on 'Minari', but this was the first time the two actors had met.

During her acceptance speech, Youn politely corrected Pitt's pronunciation of her name.

She also gave a shout-out to fellow nominee and "Da Butt" shaker Glenn Close. Youn's win marks the first time a Korean actress has won an Oscar.

We also need to talk about how adorable Emerald Fennell is.

The writer-director of 'Promising Young Woman' won the Best Original Screenplay Oscar, debuting her baby bump at the ceremony.

The star of her movie, Carey Mulligan, got very emotional during Fennell's speech. There was a shout-out to 'Saved by the Bell's Zack Morris during it which we simply adored.

Fennell is the first woman to win a screenplay Oscar in 13 years, since Diablo Cody won in the same category for 'Juno'.

Finally, many commented on the rather surreal ending to this year's Oscars.

Typically, the Best Picture Oscar is presented last. But this year, it was the Best Lead Actor award instead.

Many expected Chadwick Boseman to win the prize posthumously for 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom'.

Instead, Anthony Hopkins won for 'The Father', making him the oldest actor to ever win in the category.

Adding to the surrealness of the moment was that Hopkins was a no-show. And the awards ceremony was quickly concluded after Joaquin Phoenix announced Hopkins had won. It was a major anti-climax overall.

Here's the moment and some of the Twitter reactions.