‘My man’ Jason Momoa won the Oscars red carpet tonight (February 25) as he sported a matching scrunchie on his wrist.
The actor wore a dust pink suit designed by the late Karl Lagerfeld, which was fabulous enough to be honest.
But not stopping there, the Aquaman star wore a Fendi scrunchie of a matching colour on his wrist.
It was quite the look, and one that complemented Momoa’s very own leading lady, Lisa Bonet’s, blush gown, also designed by Lagerfeld.
People normally fawn over Momoa anyways, but the scrunchie really did do something to his fans tonight.
Nicola Byrne wrote on Twitter:
I’ll just be here, waiting for Jason Momoa to put that scrunchie in his hair.
I'll just be here, waiting for Jason Momoa to put that scrunchie in his hair pic.twitter.com/wH3sriU1kV
— Nicola Byrne (@nicolabyrn3) February 25, 2019
Priscilla Page put it out as a public service announcement writing:
PSA: Jason Momoa matched his pink suit to Lisa Bonet’s dress, and also his pink scrunchie.
I wasn’t going to tweet about the Oscars but I can’t not post about Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa’s legendary pink scrunchie.
PSA: Jason Momoa matched his pink suit to Lisa Bonet's dress, and also his pink scrunchie pic.twitter.com/bLX0qJ2rRv
— priscilla page (@BBW_BFF) February 25, 2019
Liz Pittman felt she could relate to Momoa tweeting:
Jason Momoa wearing a scrunchie on his wrist JUST LIKE ME.
Jason Momoa wearing a scrunchie on his wrist JUST LIKE ME. #Oscars
— Liz Pittman (@LizPittman_) February 25, 2019
Victoria Aveyard summed up the appeal with a GIF of girls screaming:
Me at Jason Momoa’s pink scrunchie.
me @ Jason Momoa's pink scrunchie pic.twitter.com/URf2rrKTWB
— Victoria Aveyard (@VictoriaAveyard) February 25, 2019
While no DC movie was nominated for an Oscar this year, Marvel Studios had a triumphant night with Black Panther.
When the film was crowned victor of Best Costume Design, it became the first Marvel Studios movie to win an Academy Award.
It then went on to win Best Production Design and Best Original Score, meaning it took home three golden statues.
It was also nominated for Best Picture, becoming the first comicbook movie to receive a nod in the biggest category of the night.
While it lost out to Green Book, the nomination was still quite the achievement.
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Emily Murray is a journalist at UNILAD. She graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA in English Literature and History before studying for a Masters in Journalism at the University of Salford. Emily has previously worked for the BBC, ITV and Trinity Mirror. When Emily isn’t writing about topics including mental health and entertainment, you can find her at the cinema which is her second home.