Sacha Baron Cohen was dis-invited to the Oscars then invited again. And, as expected, he did something a little outrageous.
While dressed as his Dictator character, Baron Cohen spilled "ashes" belonging to "Kim Jong-Il" onto E! host Ryan Seacrest's tuxedo.
Flanked by two flower girls, Baron Cohen jokingly claimed to be carrying the ashes of the late North Korean leader, whose face was displayed on the container.
In an interview with Seacrest, he claimed it was Kim's dream "to be sprinkled over the red carpet and over Halle Berry's chest." Then, as Seacrest was bending down, Baron Cohen spilled the ashes over Seacrest's tuxedo.
Observers said Seacrest looked shaken as he attempted to dust himself off; security muscled Baron Cohen away.
Later, Seacrests lady love, Julianne Hough, tweeted: "Awe! @RyanSeacrest It's ok, we'll just make pancakes with the leftovers! #goodcomposure"
-- "The Artist" wins for Best Motion Picture.
-- Meryl Streep wins Best Actress for "Iron Lady", her third Oscar (and 17th nomination).
-- Jean Dujardin wins Best Actor for "The Artist".
-- Octavia Spencer wins Best Supporting Actress for "The Help", and gets a standing ovation.
-- Christopher Plummer wins Best Supporting Actor for "Beginners". At age 82, he's the oldest actor to win an Oscar.
-- Michel Hazanavicius wins for Best Director for "The Artist".
-- Martin Scorsese's "Hugo" won the first two prizes of the night, claiming the Oscars for cinematography and art direction.
-- "The Artist" wins for Costume Design; "Iron Lady" wins for Makeup.
-- "Hugo" wins Oscar No. 3 for Achievement in Sound Editing; Oscar No. 4 for Achievement in Sound Mixing; Oscar No. 5 for Best Visual Effects.
-- "Undefeated" wins for Best Documentary Feature.
-- "Rango" wins for Best Animated Feature Film.
-- "The Artist" wins for Best Original Score.
It looked like Jennifer Lopez had a wardrobe malfunction while presenting the Oscars for costume design and makeup with Cameron Diaz.
Wearing a low cut, white gown, it seemed as if her breast was trying to escape
Moments later, the Twitter handle @Jlosnipple was created.
Stylist Says.... There Was No 'Slip'
J.Lo's stylist, Mariel Haenn, tells PEOPLE that Lopez's custom Zuhair Murad gown featured special built-in cups that prevented any "slips" when she took the stage.
She says, "The dress fit perfectly to every inch.
"While the dress did give the illusion of sheer-ness, joke's on everyone who wishes they saw something!"