The 2017 Oscars were incredible this year. So many great, well-deserved awards were given and everyone looked absolutely gorgeous.

Below is a quick recap of the Oscars for everyone who did not watch.

'La La Land' won 'Best Director'

"La La Land" director, Damien Chazelle, won the Oscar for Best Director. This is his first Academy Award for best director, and he is the youngest person ever to claim this prize. He is just 32 years old. "La La Land" also cleaned up with a few other Oscars that went out to a few of their crew members such as Emma Stone, who won best actress in a leading role.

The crazy mix-up for the final award

And for those of you who have not heard the big news yet, the last Oscar award had quite a bit of confusion to say the least. There was a crazy mix-up for the final Oscar given out for Best Picture.

How did it happen and who was the real winner?

A very dramatic ending to the Oscar ceremony

"Moonlight" ended up winning Best Picture although "La La Land" was announced first with a very bad mix-up. Millions watching, and those actually present at the ceremony were stunned by this horrible mistake.

Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway were presenting the final award. They opened up the envelope and Faye shouted "La La Land." As the whole crew screamed and shouted coming up with excitement to the stage, just minutes later, an accountant from PriceWaterhouseCoopers jumped up and said, "He (Beatty) took the wrong envelope." Then as everyone later found out, the real winner was "Moonlight," as it was announced that there was a mix-up and "Moonlight" was the actual winner of Best Picture.

Here is a quick video synopsis of the award ceremony mix-up where you can watch the craziness on stage, along with the shock and awe on the faces of those present.

Best dressed

The top five favorite dresses from the Oscars were Emma Stone, Jessica Biel, Hailee Steinfeld, Taraji P. Henson, and Chrissy Teigen. Each celebrity stunned in a gorgeous designer gown matched with fabulous jewels and breathtaking stilettos.