Leonardo DiCaprio finally wins an Oscar
From Titanic to Inception, to Wolf of Wall Street, one can say Leonardo DiCaprio’s oscar was long overdue. DiCaprio was nominated 6 times at the Academy Awards before he recently finally bagged the best Actor award for his latest film The Revenant. Many who have watched the movie agreed that Leonardo did an excellent job and they are more than happy his hardwork has finally been recognised at the Oscars.
Fans Host outdoor parties for Leonardo
Many of DiCaprio’s fans have waited for a long time for this and thousands threw parties and had celebrations after he was given the award. There was even a facebook page for a party dedicated to his win where 13 thousand people confirmed attendance, fans got face masks of the actor and paraded on the streets of California to celebrate and his win was one of the topic that caused the Oscars to trend on social media.
Leonardo Thanks his Mum
Leonardo DiCaprio was happy to receive the award but credited his success to his mother, Irmelin Indenbirken. He spoke about her support over the years and how she encouraged him to pursue his dreams despite the challenges of living in a poor neighbourhood, he said “I would not be standing up here if it wasn’t for this person. I didn’t grow up in a life of privilege”. He said “This woman drove me three hours a day to a different school to show me a different opportunity. I love you very much”. He thanked her for going with him for auditions when he was a child and helping him become the man he is today. He spent most of the night with her and treated his family to a nice celebratory meal at the after party dinner of the Oscars.
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Leonardo DiCaprio’s speech was touching because it shows that children never forget the love and care mothers give them. This comes to show that whatever the circumstances, when you do all in your power to give your child the best out of life it never goes unrewarded. There will always be a success story from a child with a loving mother figure and a strong family support system.