All the winners from the 2016 Academy Awards!

We go inside LA's Dolby Theatre as all the winners from the 88th Academy Awards are announced!
Leonardo DiCaprio

We go inside LA’s Dolby Theatre as all the winners from the 88th Academy Awards are announced!

Tonight is well and truly Leonardo DiCaprio’s night! 22 years after his first ever Oscar nomination, Leo has FINALLY won an Academy Award for Best Actor in The Revenant.

Room star Brie Larson scored the Best Actress Oscar while Alicia Vikander won one of the first gongs of the night for Best Supporting Actress in The Danish Girl.

“Wow,” Alicia gushed as she stood on stage clutching the shiny gold statue. “Thank you so much the Academy for this incredible recognition.”

In the Best Supporting Actor category, Mark Rylance won big thanks to his role in Bridge of Spies.

Meanwhile Mad Max: Fury Road, which is directed by Aussie George Miller, has completely cleaned up bagging Oscars for Best Costume Design, Best Production Design, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, Best Film Editing, Best Sound Editing and Best Sound Mixing.

The much loved flick Inside Out won the Best Animated Feature Film while Spotlight won Best Picture.

Click through the gallery to check out all the wins and wow moments!

FINALLY! This is Leonardo DiCaprio’s first Oscar in six nominations. “Climate change is real, it is happening right now. It is the most urgent threat facing our entire species. We need to work collectively together and stop procrastinating. Let us not take this planet for granted, I do not take tonight for granted,” the passionate environmentalist said during his acceptance speech for Best Actor in The Revenant.

The 41-year-old, who attended the event with his mother, was beaming with pride. Watch his incredible acceptance speech in the next slide!

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Leo’s first ever nomination was way back in 1994 for Best Supporting Actor in What’s Eating Gilbert Grape. “Mr Scorsese [thank you] for teaching me so much about the cinematic art form. To my parents, none of this would be possible without you. To my friends, I love you dearly you know who you are,” Leo added in his moving speech.

Leo’s BFF Kate Winselt watched on with tears in her eyes as her dear friend soaked up his life-changing moment.

Kate can’t hide her happiness for Leo! Watch her tears of happiness in the next slide…

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Room actress Brie Larson wins Best Actress in a Leading Role! Her co-star Jacob (inset) was beyond proud.

“Oh wow! To my parents, my agent, my manager thank you to everyone! Thank you to the movie goers for going to the theatre and seeing our films.” Watch her speech in the next slide…

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Sam Smith and Jimmy Napes win big for the Best Original Song thanks to their smash hit Writing’s On The Wall from Spectre.

“I actually can’t breath right now! I read an article a few months ago by Sir Ian McKellen that said that no openly gay man had ever won an Oscar, if this is the case, even if it isn’t the case, I want to dedicate this to LGBT community all around the world. I stand here tonight as a proud gay man and I hope we can all stand together as equals one day,” Sam said.

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Sam Smith dedicates win to LBGTIQ community

“I share this with our fabulous crew and cast. Thank you so much for your support and belief in me and Eddie [Redmayne], thank you for being the best acting partner. I couldn’t have done it without you, you raised my game,” Alicia Vikander said as she won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her role in The Danish Girl.

The 27-year-old, who is dating Best Actor nominee Michael Fassbender, has won praise for her powerful role in the film (inset).

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Alicia Vikander wins Best Supporting Actress for the Danish Girl Oscars 2016

Alicia was in a tough category alongside Rachel McAdams, Rooney Mara, Kate Winslett and Jennifer Jason Leigh.

Mark Rylance scored the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in Bridge of Spies.

So powerful! Lady Gaga had the audience in tears as she sung Til It Happens To You.

Gaga was joined on stage with survivors of sexual assault.

Cate Blanchett looked radiant as she presented an award.

You can always count on Chrissy Teigen to bring the amazing facials.

Tina Fey and Steve Carrell brought the funny as they presented a gong.

Margot Robbie and Jared Leto looked cosy.

The newly single Jen Garner was radiant alongside Benicio del Toro.

Mad Max has already taken out two huge awards: (R) Colin Gibson and Lisa Thompson accept their award for Best Production Design while Costume designer Jenny Beavan takes home the Best Costume Design award.

Cate Blanchett was on stage to congratulate them!

Leo was joined by his beloved mother, Irmelin Indenbirken, inside the event.

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Sam Smith belts out the nominated Bond song, Writings on the Wall.

Chris Rock is hosting for the second time. The comedian opened the show with a hilarious yet poignant monologue about racism in Hollywood.

Oh boy! Ryan Gosling AND Russell Crowe…

Liev Schreiber and Priyanka Chopra present the award for Best Achievement in Film Editing to Mad Max’s film editor, Margaret Sixel.

She didn’t win the Best Supporting Actress award but Rachel McAdams was still smiling!

Jacob Tremblay was stoked with the Star Wars scene on stage.

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Jacob Tremblay is so excited to see the Star Wars droids

Chris Rock took a moment to ask the wealthy audience members to buy his daughter’s Girl Guide cookies! The results were hilarious.

Mindy Kaling was stoked with her cookies! While Michael Keaton was keen to buy some too.

Jason Segal and Olivia Munn worked the crowd.

The Weeknd delivered a killer performance of Earned It, which is nominated for Best Song.

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Reese seems pretty chuffed with how stunning Kate looks in those glasses.

Too cute! Sofia Vergara shared this sweet behind-the-scenes snap with Jacob Tremblay.

Dave Grohl provided the beautiful soundtrack to the In Memoriam presentation, which honours stars we have lost in the past year.

Adorable! Jacob Tremblay and Abraham Attah had to stand on crates to give them a little boost as they took to the stage.

Of course doting host Chris was there to help!

Sofia Vergara was joined by South Korean actor Byung-hun Lee to present the Best Foreign Language Film, which went to Son of Saul.

The room lights up as JJ Abrahms presents Best Director.

Alejandro G. Inarritu won Best Director for The Revenant.

John Legend and Common made for a dapper duo.

Sacha Baron Cohen was in character as he presented alongside Olivia Wilde.

Best Actress and Actor Alicia and Mark proudly show off their beautiful statues.

Spotlight, which stars Rachel McAdams and Liev Schreiber, landed the Best Picture accolade.

And that’s a wrap! See you next year.

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