The 2014 Oscars are over and done with and war is brewing in Ukraine and that’s pretty intense and scary. But hey man, it’s okay to still bask a little in your after Oscars glow. Especially this year with Lupita Nyong’o being perfect and Ellen being perfect and Alfonso Cauron winning a much deserved Oscar.

Without further ado, more Lupita.

1. Lupita Nyong’o Wins Best Supporting Actress

Kenyan Lupita Nyong’o takes the win and makes sure we’ll be quoting her speech for years to come when she says “When I look down at this golden statue, may it remind me and every little child that wherever you are from your dreams are valid.”

2. John Travolta introduces Adela Dazeem

I guess Travolta was hoping that if we were staring at that thing on his head we wouldn’t notice his complete mangling of Tony Award winning Idina Menzel’s name.

3. Idina Menzel sings “Let It Go” and we all sing along at home because it’s pretty damn catchy

I mean, who DOESN’T sing along? And yeah, she does get a little screechy at the end, but the sass of that closing line is so strong that all screeches preceding it should be forgiven.

4. Jennifer Lawrence crashes at yet another Oscars

Someone should start wearing short dresses.

And flats.

Besides me.

5. Cate Blanchett ridicules every. Single. Hollywood. Exec.

They’re saying this is the year the women of Hollywood stopped giving a fuck and playing the “game.” If it means more speeches like this then YES.

Though, hey, Cate, maybe stop with your wishy washy sort of vocal support of Woody Allen? I mean, I get he’s a genius, but also he’s a total perv. There are definitely other geniuses out there, like Alfonso Cuaron. Note how he has an Oscar, is known for his amazing direction of women, AND isn’t the sleaze of sleazes.

6. Ellen.

I don’t know about you, but between selfies, a giant pizza party, and her mocking Jennifer Lawrence’s inability to stand Ellen was one of the consistently best parts of the evening.

7. Lupita Nyong’o/Pharrel Dance party

BRB jamming.

What was your favorite part of the evening? And do you think that Blanchett’s speech really is part of a movement by women in Hollywood to beat back the entrenched sexism in the industry?