Top 5 Most Inspiring 2019 Oscars Quotes

The Oscars ceremony is always entertaining, and sometimes it can even be inspiring. The 2019 Oscars was full of unprecedented moments, from not having a host to having a record number of women (15) winning Oscars. Here are the top 5 inspiring Oscars 2019 quotes.

1. “I did my best, and my best is good enough.” – Hannah Beachler

Hannah Beachler took home the Oscar for production design for the Black Panther, along with Jay Hart. She is the first black person to win the award for production design. Hannah’s quote is a great reminder that as long as you try and do your best, you can be proud of yourself.

 2. “Having the dream is easy, making it come true is hard.” – Serena Williams

While Serena Williams wasn’t at the ceremony to receive any Academy Awards, she’s no stranger to being a champion. The prolific tennis star made the motivating statement when she introduced the best picture nominee A Star Is Born. At the ceremony, Nike debuted its new inspiring ad, “Dream Crazier”, featuring Serena.

 3. “It’s about how many times you stand up and are brave and keep on going.” – Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper blew audiences away with their live rendition of “Shallow”, which won for best original song. Lady Gaga’s fame may have begun with her singing, but her acting is also well-received. In 2016, she received a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress for her work in American Horror Story: Hotel. For the 2019 Oscars, she was also nominated for Best Actress.

 4. “To all the nerdy girls out there, who hide behind their sketchbooks, don’t be afraid to tell your stories to the world.” – Domee Shi

Domee Shi and Becky Neiman-Cobb’s short film, Bao, took home the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film. Shi made history as the first woman to direct an animation short at Pixar. The short film touched on Shi’s own life as a Chinese-Canadian living in Toronto. Her speech is the perfect call-to-action for any future filmmakers watching.

5. “I am an example of what happens when love and support is poured into someone.” – Regina King

Regina King won the award for Actress in a Supporting Role for her part in If Beale Street Could Talk. This was her first Oscar win… and first Oscar nomination! Her speech was the perfect homage to the love she received from her mother. It’s also inspiring for everyone listening to take the love that is given to them and to turn it into something beautiful.

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