List: Some of the most cringe-worthy moments in Oscar history

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Posted at 3:16 PM, Feb 21, 2019
and last updated 2019-02-21 18:16:11-05

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (KGTV) -- The Oscars are a night of glitz and glam where people all over the country watch their favorite movie stars walk the red carpet, but between all the glamour there have also been some cringe-worthy moments.

From Snow White singing with Rob Lowe to the cast of La La Land accepting an award that, oops, wasn't theirs.

Check out the list below for some of the Oscar moments we all wish we could unsee, but just can't:

Rob Lowe sings with Snow White - 1989

This one is painful. During the show's opening number, Rob Lowe sang with Snow White in a cheesy sing-along style performance. The 11-minute performance (yep, 11 whole minutes,) was slammed by celebrities like Julie Andrews as an "embarrassment." Disney even sued the Academy for using its character, according to USA Today.

Watch the moment below:

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La La Land mix-up - 2017

Most of us can remember this hard-to-forget moment in recent Oscar history. The initial announcement was made that La La Land won the award for best picture. Or did it? Several minutes into an acceptance speech, the winner had to be corrected to Moonlight. Oops.

Watch the moment below:

John Travolta slurs Frozen star's name - 2014

If you need a little humor to lighten the cringe, check out this moment from the Oscars in 2014. Announcing Idina Menzel's performance of "Let It Go" was John Travolta. Maybe the actor should have practiced pronouncing Menzel's name a few times first before heading onto the stage.

Watch the moment below: