Oscar Recap: Queen & Adam Lambert's Opener, Wayne's World Reunion & More

In case you didn't catch the Oscars here are a few things you may have missed. 'Bohemian Rhapsody' picked up the most awards with 4 Oscars. Meanwhile, Queen fans were excited to see the band's biopic get its due at the 91st Academy Awards on Sunday night. But no one was more excited than Brian May. The guitar icon posted a photo of himself wearing a Bohemian Rhapsody t-shirt while exercising, along with the caption, "Whatever happens tonight, it's been a fabulous journey – an extended mission – to a world we never knew before. You could almost say a NEW HORIZON ! Let's Rock ! Bri." Perhaps the shirt brought the Brit rockers good luck. After opening the ceremony with "We Will Rock You," and "We Are the Champions," the film went on to win three Oscars, plus the Best Actor award for Rami Malek, who portrayed frontman Freddie Mercury on screen.

Twitter went nuts for the reunion between the stars of Wayne's World at the Academy Awards on Sunday night. Reprising the roles of Wayne and Garth, Mike Myers and Dana Carvey introduced Bohemian Rhapsody, showing the famous scene of the duo and friends rocking out to the song by the same name. The stars also thanked Queen for helping make the 1992 flick so memorable. The social media site exploded during the Oscars with fans pleading to make the two films a trilogy and announcing "We're not worthy" to see the pair back together. 

Congratulations going out to Oakland native Mahershala Ali who won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in the movie "Green Book."

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