The 2014 Academy Awards honored the year in cinema, and even though it's not exactly as music-centerd as the Grammys, the night was still packed with an awful lot of all-star performances that stole a little bit of attention from the crop of A-listers at the Dolby Theater.
All the Oscar-nominated songs were performed that night, with a few more surprise performances.
We already got you the "Let It Go" performance by Idina Menzel. And now, we're rounding up the rest.
1. Pink - "Somewhere Over The Rainbow"
Donning a ruby red slipper, she sang the famous theme song from the movie The Wizard of Oz to pay tribute to its 75th anniversary.
2. U2 - "Ordinary Love"
The standing ovation from the audience says a lot. The band unplugged for "Ordinary Love" -- their Nelson Mandela tribute, from the biopic Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.
3. Karen O - "Moon Song"
With the accompaniment of Ezra Koenig from Vampire weekend, Karen O's "Moon Song" performance from the movie Her was gorgeous, sweet and simply done.
4. Pharrell Williams - "Happy"
Williams kicked of the Oscar performances with a dynamic take on "Happy" from the animated film Despicable Me 2, but what even made his performance better was the shimmying Meryl Streep and Lupita Nyong'o.
What can you say about the performances? Feel free to leave your comments below!