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The 5 Most Profound Quotes from Sunday Night’s Oscars®

While many of us tune into the Academy Awards® to check out the vast array of fashions that the stars chose for the big night, some of us actually tune in to see what movies win and to hear the speeches. The words that these stars share once they have that Oscar® in their hands and take the mic can be silly, standard-issue, off-the-cuff, rehearsed, and on occasion, profoundly moving. The 2014 Oscars® gave us several moments that were truly inspirational, and one moment that would make many a little girl’s dreams come true.

Check out the five most powerful and profound quotes from Sunday night’s Oscars® right here:

  • Lupita’s Dreams 1 of 5
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     Beautiful words from a beautiful woman.

     

    Photo Source: ABC via For Harriet

  • Jared Leto’s Love 2 of 5
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    Jared Leto had the best speech of the night. After he beautifully thanked his mother, he spoke of world events and those living and dying of AIDS and uttered the wonderful quote above. 

     

    Photo Source: ABC via StevenEltelt/Twitter

  • Matthew McConaughey’s Hero 3 of 5
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     Matthew McConaughey spoke of himself — in 10 years — being his hero. A great concept!

     

    Photo Source: Screen Shot via Christian Post

  • Cate Call Out! 4 of 5
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    Cate Blanchett spoke of women-centric films with a great call out as to the reason they should and ARE made.

     

    Photo Source: PacificCoastNews.com

  • For All the Little Girls out There… 5 of 5
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    And the words that EVERY little girl wants to hear? Frozen 2!

     

    Photo Source: PacificCoastNews.com

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