“While The Oscars didn’t have any musical performances by any of the nominated songs, music still played an important roll as the night unfolded — from the walk on songs to the fades in and out from commercials to the touching moments of montages, music drove the anticipation and drama of the evening. And it was all thanks to Pharrell Williams and Hans Zimmer, who co-wrote all the music for the ceremony as musical consultants for The Oscars.

We were lucky enough to catch Pharrell on the red carpet where he joked that he’d been hired by The Oscars to, “Hand out water and pass out the peanuts and popcorn.” Decked out in dashing Lanvin, Pharrell excitedly described the huge process of creating the score for The Oscars; “To be able to do the music it’s 120 different pieces, we had a huge team and piles and piles of sheet music, it reminded me of high school,” and added, “I’m very appreciative of this opportunity, it’s an experience you cant pay for.” Thanks to BlueSky2308.


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