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Leonardo DiCaprio loses Best Actor at Oscars 2014

Mar 3 2014, 9:03am CST | by , in News | Home Entertainment

Leonardo DiCaprio loses Best Actor at Oscars 2014
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The actor who has been nominated four times before for an Oscar had to return home empty handed

The defeat at the Oscars was a hard fall for Leonardo DiCaprio but he tried his best to keep his calm throughout the event. The 39 year old actor has been nominated four times for an Oscar and this year’s nomination was for his performance Jordan Belfort in Martin Scorsese’s in The Wolf of Wall Street. Unfortunately for DiCaprio, someone else beat him in this category and he had to return home empty handed.

Leonardo DiCaprio certainly wasn’t ready to let it go down and he even managed to play it cool when McConaughey was given the award for the best actor for his role in Dallas Buyers Club. He has surprised everyone with his generous big kiss to the rival actor while he was going up the stage to collect his Oscar.

 

A few shots of the Titanic star were taken through the night and this certainly had to make its way to Twitter where fans of Leonardo DiCaprio reacted with an outrage as they felt bad for their favorite star. But at the same time there were also some who wanted to have the maximum fun out of this and from there on we had a long lists of memes poking fun at DiCaprio.

source: metro

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