Heres the Oscar Moment that Almost Broke Twitter with 440,000 Tweets Per Minute

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Leonardo DiCaprio only knocked the socks of America with the most tweeted moment in Academy Awards history.

Once upon a 2014, the most tweeted Academy Award moment went to Ellen DeGeneres for this star-packed photo featuring Julia Roberts, Bradley Cooper, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, and more.

DeGeneres made a whopping 255,000 tweets per minute with the viral selfie.

But NOW, the most tweeted Oscar moment has been claimed by Leonardo DiCaprio who stole the show in the best route ever last night with a 60 -second speech chock-full of humanity.

Though everyone was already on the edge of their seats waiting for DiCaprio topick up his first Oscar for The Revenant ( an honor that seemed long overdue ), it’s the power-packedwords he sharedthat really won America over.

Watch the 1-minutespeech that had Kate Winsletin tears, the audience inawe, and social media in a record-breaking craze. It’s that good 😛 TAGEND

Oscars: Leonardo DiCaprio Wins Best Actor for’ The Revenant’It’s official! Leo is taking home his first Oscar. Upon accepting, The Revenant Movie star said, “Let us not take this planet for granted. I do not take this night for granted.” #Oscars

Posted by The Hollywood Reporter on Sunday, February 28, 2016

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