The story that everybody's talking about this morning, Hollywood's biggest night overshadowed by an onstage slap.
The incident as far as we know not scripted.
In case you missed it, here's what happened between Chris Rock and Will Smith.
I'm out here. Uh-oh. Richard. Oh, wow.
That's Will Smith slapping Chris Rock before he presented an award last night at the Oscars.
This after Rock made a joke about Jada Pinkett Smith being bald.
At first, many people in the audience and at home weren't sure if this was all part of the show.
The joke Chris Rock made was about Jada's alopecia, which is the reason she shaves her head.
Rock said he was looking forward to seeing her in G.I. Jane 2.
When the show went to break, Bradley Cooper, Denzel Washington and Tyler Perry pulled Will aside to calm him down.
Minutes later, Smith was back on stage again, but this time for winning the Oscar for best actor for his portrayal of Richard Williams in "King Richard".
And he took that moment to apologize to several people for the earlier slap, including the Academy and his fellow nominee, but not Chris Rock.
Now I know to do what we do, you gotta be able to take abuse, you gotta be able to have people talk crazy about you in this business, you've got to be able to have people disrespecting you.
And you've got to smile and you've got to pretend like that's OK.
Some people have asked could Will Smith get in trouble for this. Well, legally, most likely not.
有人问威尔·史密斯会不会因此惹上麻烦 。从法律上讲，很可能不会 。
The Los Angeles Police Department said it's aware of the incident, but says Rock has not filed a police report, they would need that if they want to pursue any charges.
As far as the Academy, they commented on Smith's assault, saying "the Academy does not condone violence of any form", adding the awards are meant to recognize peers and movie lovers.
The Academy does have strict guidelines against violence, which means Smith could end up losing his Oscar for this, but that's a big could at this point.