Watch the Oscars' Musical Tribute, and Catherine Zeta-Jones's Lip-Sync Scandal

Musicals were the them of Oscar night, and the movie musical tribute about halfway through the seemingly endless show featured Jennifer Hudson, Anne Hathaway, and only part of Catherine Zeta-Jones.

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Musicals were the them of Oscar night, and the movie musical tribute about halfway through the seemingly endless show featured Jennifer Hudson belting "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going...," Anne Hathaway singing "One Day More" passionately, and Catherine Zeta-Jones... lip sycning? In a post-Beyoncé-at-the-inauguration world, some raised questions as to whether Zeta-Jones, who did her "All That Jazz" number from Chicago, dancing and all, was not really singing her effort:

Everyone jumped on immediately:

Of course she was followed—after Jennifer Hudson—by the Les Misérables cast, which featured Russell Crowe, for better or for worst, who was undoubtedly going to face ridicule:

Not too long after that tribute, Adele to the stage to sing "Skyfall," who even caught the attention of newly anointed winner for Best Supporting Actor, Anne Hathaway:

And prompted jokes about everyone else:

You can watch the musical tribute via Perez Hilton:

And more of the musical numbers from Now This News:

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