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    When in Doubt, Blame Russia

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    The 89th Academy Awards ceremony would have gone down in history as just another Oscars gala if it wasn't for an embarrassing blunder with the Best Picture nomination: the wrong film was announced the winner.

    When in Doubt, Blame Russia

    Spectators immediately took to Twitter to comment on the blunder, with some of them jokingly shifting the blame on the omnipresent Russian hackers.


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