There were some real low moments in the Oscars but there were some magical moments as well.
There was a stunning performance by Lady Gaga in tribute to the 50th anniversary of the movie, "The Sound of Music". And best of all, at the end of it, Julie Andrews herself came to the stage! My goodness, I love Julie Andrews. No one can sing those songs like Julie Andrews and Lady Gaga must know that too, as I felt that her style of singing was almost a direct imitation of Julie Andrews. And I find nothing wrong with that whatsoever! Thank you, Lady Gaga! Wonderful to have someone to sing these songs that I adore with such an obvious respect.
One thing though, and maybe I missed it...but was there any mention of the songwriters? It seems strange to me that Julie Andrews was there to present an award for songwriting, and there was the beautiful tribute from Lady Gaga and not one word about the songwriting duo of Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein! Is there some legal reason for this? I am only asking since I have such great respect for songwriters.