For the first time in recorded history, the Academy Award’s Best Documentary Short category is getting all the attention, namely because Mrs. Garrison got up and stole some gay guy’s thunder in a move that’s being hailed as the “Kanye Moment at the Oscars.” According to MSNBC
Director-producer Roger Ross Williams took to the stage for his acceptance speech for the film “Music by Prudence,” but before long, [co-producer] Elinor Burkett stepped in to do a Kanye West-esque takeover of the mic and speech.
There’s a back story here and it involves a huge fight between the two, a lawsuit, and an even an accusation from Burkett that Williams’ mother “took her cane and blocked” her from getting up to receive the Oscar (which Williams denies).
Salon.com talked to both Burkett and Williams after the ceremony, and you can read both sides of their stories here. But that’s boring and nobody cares. Instead, enjoy my stunning visual recreation of the night’s events below, where Reggie Bush plays the black dude and Kim Kardashian in a bikini plays Mrs. Garrison, and the Costa Rican shoreline serves as the backdrop instead of the Kodak Theater stage and they make out instead of awkwardly stepping all over each other in front of an audience of millions. I find most of life is more relatable when you set it up like a second-rate porno.