Queen. Lady Gaga bring music and big wins to the Oscars

The Academy Awards honors the finest in films, but there were times during Sunday night's Oscars telecast that it felt like music's biggest night.

In celebration of the blockbuster film Bohemian RhapsodyQueen kicked off the night -- live from the Dolby Theater in Hollywood -- with the one-two punch of "We Will Rock You" and "We Are the Champions," with guitarist Brian May sharing the spotlight with Adam Lambert, the band's latest replacement vocalist for the late Freddie Mercury.

Bo Rhap went on to win several technical awards (Best Film Editing, Best Sound Editing and Best Sound Mixing) while Rami Malek, who played Mercury in the film, won for best actor, but the film lost best picture to Green Book.

Meanwhile, Lady Gaga also did well for her himself, putting in a stunning performance of "Shallow" with co-star A Star Is Born co-star Bradley Cooper and taking the Oscar ofBest Song for the tune (along with Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt), but she lost in the best actress category.

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