THE 93rd Academy Awards ceremony may have been a little different this year, but it was still filled with a stellar line up of stars.
Speaking of stars, it seems the zodiac predicted who would be taking home the coveted golden gong. Let's find out how astrology was in on the act.
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Nothing was going to stop Hollywood's biggest night from going ahead, I mean, can you imagine those beautiful ball gowns being confined to the constraints of their kitchen? Zoom, we love you, but no.
After pushing back the Oscars back two months, the hottest night in the celebrity calendar took place yesterday, this time coming from multiple locations across L.A to respect social distancing and travel regulations.
There may have been masks, dahling, obviously colour coordinated, and there may not have been the usual razzle dazzle, but we reckon this year crowned some of the best winners, including Best Director for a female in only the second time in history.
Let's take a look at how the stars predicted who was always going to read out their acceptance speech and not have to feign their "Oh, I'm so happy for you face". So awkward.
Sir Anthony Hopkins: Capricorn
Uranus is in the go-getter sign of Taurus and Capricorn's 5th House of Pleasure all year.
Well, what better way to celebrate than bagging a Best Actor Oscar for Sir Anthony's role in Father, in which the Welsh legend plays a man struggling with memory loss?
The award comes 29 years after Hopkins won Best Actor in 1992 for The Silence Of The Lambs making the actor now the oldest ever recipient of the award.
According to Allure, Capricorns often see success later in life, as they climb slowly and steadily toward your goals.
When their House of Pleasure meets their House of Wealth as happens this year, the stars are telling them that they will be rewarded by doing what makes them happy.
We really can't imagine the Welsh wonder doing anything else.
Frances McDormand: Cancer
Cancerian Frances McDormand won the Best Actress Oscar for Nomadland, in which she plays one of a group of retirees trying to keep the wolf from the door, alongside a cast largely made up of non-professional actors.
List of 12 star signs
The traditional dates used by Mystic Meg for each sign are below.
- Capricorn: December 22 – January 20
- Aquarius: January 21 – February 18
- Pisces: February 19 – March 20
- Aries: March 21 – April 20
- Taurus: April 21 – May 21
- Gemini: May 22 – June 21
- Cancer: June 22 – July 22
- Leo: July 23 – August 23
- Virgo: August 24 – September 22
- Libra: September 23 – October 23
- Scorpio: October 24 – November 22
- Sagittarius: November 23 – December 21
According to the stars, this year is going to big for relationships for Cancer, including the ones they have with themselves.
They'relearning to be more independent and putting their energy into themselves and keeping their eyes forward instead.
Mystic Meg said a strong co-operation moon on January 13 starts 2021 well, and Mercury boosts big goals in April. It was literally written in the stars for Frances.
Chloe Zhao: Aries
Aries Chloe Zhao took home the Best Director trophy, becoming only the second woman to claim the title.
Her film, Nomadland, in which Frances McDormand stars, also bagged the top prize of the night, Best Picture.
According to Mystic Meg, Mars revs up Aries' bargaining power by April, which is spookily accurate for Zhao, who has really made her mark on the notoriously difficult to crack Hollywood nut.
Daniel Kaluuya: Pisces
Best known for his standout performance in Get Out, London-born Daniel's career is about to go stratospheric after just winning the Best Supporting Actor award for his portrayal of Black Panthers chairman Fred Hampton.
According to Allure, Pisces' mission this year is to keep their eyes forward so that they're ready for whatever comes next.
One of most important astrological events of 2021 for Pisces is said to be the Uranus and Saturn square.
While we'll feel the effects all year long, when Saturn and Uranus face off like this, which only happens about every 22 years, progressive politics can clash with those which are more conservative, according to Allure.
Kaluuya's film Judas and the Black Messiah is based on the true story of FBI informant William O’Neal and his role in the 1969 killing of Fred Hampton, chairman of the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party.
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