Oscars 2014

10 Things Not to Do at the Oscars

From songs about boobs to Bey and Jennifer's sing-off, lessons this year's 86th annual Academy Awards should learn from

DISNEY MUSICAL NUMBERS

Disney characters are among the most beloved, but when you pair Snow White with a 25-year-old Rob Lowe to sing "Proud Mary" at the Oscars, you enter the Twilight Zone. That 1989 opening number left the audience bewildered and prompted a public apology to the Walt Disney Company. Looking back, Lowe told PEOPLE he knew things were bad when he saw director Barry Levinson in the audience: "Literally, his mouth was forming the words, 'What the hell is he doing?'"



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