Generally, the Oscars are made up of wholesome moments - actors tearfully thanking their parents and partners, dorks and nerds who toiled for years in obscurity receiving their moment of glory, and generally just lots of emotions on stage.
However, last night saw what will undoubtedly be the highlights of this year's ceremony and one of the most wholesome moments in recent Oscars history. The directors of the Best Live-Action Short winners, 'An Irish Goodbye', Tom Berkeley and Ross White, used what was left of their Oscars speech to lead the entire audience of A-listers in singing Happy Birthday to the short's star, James Martin, who turned 31 on the night.
The short, which is set in Northern Ireland, sees James Martin play Turlough, who is estranged from his brother Lorcan and has Down's Syndrome. The two are reunited when Turlough and Lorcan's mother, Grainne, passes away from an illness and go through a bucket list left behind by their mother. The black comedy already won Best British Short at the BAFTAs earlier this year.
The video on the night picks up the likes of Colin Farrell, Kerry Condon, Janelle Monáe, and more singing along with the people on stage, with Farrell throwing a big thumbs up to James on stage while he's at it.
Take a look. Just delightful stuff altogether. You can also check out 'An Irish Goodbye' on the RTÉ Player right now and see what all the fuss is about too, and read our round-up of the Oscars right afterwards.