Last night, the 92nd annual Academy Awards revealed the winning films of 2019. This was the second year in a row that the Oscars went on without a host and allowed for more star power presenters. The show began with a performance by Janelle Monae, who appeared in "Harriet," alongside Best Actress nominee Cynthia Erivo. Monae's performance featured dancers wearing costumes from some of 2019's top films, including "Midsommar," "Us," and "Dolemite is My Name." Other performances of the night were made by Idina Menzel (accompanied by the international voice actors portraying Elsa in "Frozen II"), Chrissy Metz, Eminem, Randy Newman, Billie Eilish, Cynthia Erivo and Elton John.

There were many surprises during last night's Oscars, particularly "Parasite" sweeping the night with four awards, including the coveted Best Picture. "Parasite" became the first non-English film to win this award and the only Korean film to win Best International Feature Film.

Many A-list actors won their first Oscars last night, including Brad Pitt, Joaquin Phoenix and Laura Dern. Despite not winning, it's important to recognize Scarlett Johansson was nominated in both Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress—and it was her first time being nominated!

Despite being nominated in 10 categories, "The Irishman," didn't win a single award last night, despite being directed Martin Scorsese and starring Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci.

Without further adieu, take a look at a selected list of winners below and their corresponding tattoos.

Joker

Best Original Score

Best Actor: Joaquin Phoenix

Judy

Best Actress: Renée Zellweger

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Best Supporting Actor: Brad Pitt

Best Production Design

Toy Story 4

Best Animated Feature Film

Little Women

Best Costume Design

Ford V Ferrari

Best Film Editing

Best Sound Editing

Rocketman

Best Original Song: Elton John

1917

Best Cinematography

Best Sound Mixing

Best Visual Effects

Parasite

Best Picture

Best Directing

Best International Feature Film

Best Original Screenplay

Marriage Story

Best Supporting Actress: Laura Dern