11 Golden GIFs Capture Oscar Night's Memorable Moves

If you didn't have the stamina or attention span to keep up with more than three hours of Oscars television coverage (twice that, if you include the red carpet) these 11 GIFs are a game changer. From photobombs, to wipeouts and undeniably "happy" dance moves, it's possible to get the gist of the best of the Oscar broadcast in these quick clips. Now, from the top:

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The fun started before the show did, with "Dallas Buyers Club" star (and apparent goofball) Jared Leto photobombing co-star Matthew McConaughey and his wife, Camila Alves, on the red carpet during the lead actor's TODAY interview.

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America's sweetheart Jennifer Lawrence took another tumble this year, but this time right on the red carpet. She immediately laughed it off, and then did so again when Ellen DeGeneres poked fun at her during the show.

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Once the show started, Jim Carrey got into character — as Bruce Dern.

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Pharrell Williams had the audience boogeying to his performance of "Happy" from "Despicable Me 2," which was nominated for best original song. "12 Years a Slave" star Lupita Nyong'o found the tune so infectious that she got up to do a little dance.

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"American Hustle" star Amy Adams did a sexy shimmy ...

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... as did Meryl Streep, who shook her stuff from her seat.

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt offered up an adorable moment when he bowed deeply to his co-presenter, Emma Watson.

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In perhaps the most shared moment of the night, the host gathered some of the biggest names in the audience for an epic, record-breaking selfie snapped by Bradley Cooper. (That dude on the right you don't recognize? It's Nyongo's' brother Peter.)

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After they showed off their pearly whites, DeGeneres treated the hungry stars to some pizzas, which were delivered by an actual pizza delivery guy. Brad Pitt also revealed some potential for a career in the food-service industry.

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DeGeneres took "The Wizard of Oz" tribute a little farther than performer Pink, who sang "Over the Rainbow." The comedian worked a little magic with perhaps her most amazing outfit of the night — Glinda the Good Witch.

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And finally, "All right, all right, all right! *wink*"

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