The biggest peak of conversation on the platform came at the time when “Green Book” was announced as an Oscar winner for best film.
The biggest stars in the world of cinema, they gathered in the most recent awards of the Oscars and Twitter was the place where this conversation was conducted. Lady Gaga (@LadyGaga), singer of the song “Shallow” of the film “A Star is Born”, was the most mentioned celebrity on Twitter worldwide during the night of awards of the 91st edition of the Academy Awards, held last night in the city of Los Angeles.
For his part, actor Bradley Cooper was the second most commented name on the platform, followed by Rami Malek (@ItsRamiMalek), the winner of the category as best actor. The Mexican director Alfonso Cuarón (@Alfonsocuaron) took three statuettes with “Rome”, so he held the fourth position in this list, while Spike Lee, director of “BlackKklansman”, ranked fifth among the most mentioned figures on Twitter.
The biggest peak of Twitter conversations occurred at the time that “Green Book” (@Greenbookmovie) was announced as the winner of the Oscar for best film. The second happened when “Shallow”, the subject of the film “A Star is Born” (@Starisbornmovie), won the statuette in the category of best Original theme. The performance of Bradley Cooper with Lady Gaga of the song, ranked third in the volume of conversation on Twitter and, when Olivia Colman took the award as Best Actress by @the favourite, completed the best of last night.
Among the films most commented by Twitter users, highlighted “Bohemian Rhapsody” (@BoRhapMovie). In the second place we have the film “Roma” (@ROMACuaron) followed by “Green Book” (@Greenbookmovie), “Black Panther” (@Theblackpanther) and “A Star is Born” (@Starisbornmovie).
Of the celebrities who went through the red carpet, Lady Gaga (@LadyGaga) hogged the conversation on Twitter, followed by Billy Porter (@theebillyporter), the Mexican Yalitza Aparicio (@YalitzaAparicio), Rami Malek (@ItsRamiMalek) and Adam Lambert (@Adamlambert).
To participate in the talks of the Oscars, film lovers from around the world published tweets with the hashtags #Oscars, #Oscars2019 and #AcademyAwards, which were accompanied by a Twemoji created especially for the award, with the image of the famous Trophy.