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Revealing Oscars 2014 Infographic

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Save for Benedict Cumberbatch photo-bombing U2, major surprises were scant and few at the 2014 Academy Awards, a year when rank outsiders were just that as more favoured candidates went on to collect the gongs.

But, you may well enquire, just what about the smaller revelations; those trivial bits of Oscar night condensed into cold, hard statistics like ‘most popular fashion designer', ‘biggest applause’, ‘shortest speech’ and ‘what brand blatantly hijacked Twitter’.

Handily, the good folk at Substance have created this handsome infographic, below, comprising the aforementioned points and more, sating your Oscar appetite until the hype builds for the next bash in 2015.

So about three months, then.

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