The Vanity Fair Oscar Party was the place to be after the ceremony.
It went down in Bev Hills at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. Lots of stars stopped by, including Chris Rock, Louis C.K., Dave Chappelle, Sarah Silverman, Vince Vaughn, Jeremy Renner, Adrien Brody, and Alejandro Iñárritu.
When you sit through 3 hours of that ... you deserve to party.
The "first" argument might seem kinda petty -- especially since Smith didn't state he was first as fact -- but Black tells TMZ, "I think knowing our collective LGBTQ history is important. That's all. We stand on the shoulders of countless brave men and women. We should honor that."
As for the shot about Daley ... Black wouldn't elaborate. We've reached out to Smith, but no word back.
Fun fact:Elton John also won an Oscar, long before Black, in 1994.
Smith has now apologized.
Apologies for the mix up @DLanceBlack I'll be sure to check out your films now x Belated Congrats on the Oscar x
Charlie Sheen wanted everyone to know he's HIV free -- at least that's what his wardrobe seemed to be screaming at Elton John's AIDS Foundation party.
Charlie's t-shirt at Elton's annual Oscar event read, "Stay positively negative." Sheen has maintained there's no trace of HIV in his blood ... ever since announcing last November he'd contracted the virus.
The event raised more than $6 million for AIDS research, and if some thought Sheen's clothing selection was in questionable taste -- Elton and his husband David Furnish didn't seem to mind.
Jamie Foxx thinks people have gotten way too serious about the Oscar protests ... and thinks everyone's just got to laugh more.
Jamie took some heat for joking about #WhatsTheBigDeal and #ActBetter recently at the American black film festival awards. The Oscar winner is firing up his new comedy act, and thinks people have got to start exercising their funny bones more.