Oscar season may be a fading memory at this point, but that doesn't stop us from loving this clip!
A video showing YouTube user The Doomsday Diaries paying tribute all of the Academy's 75 Best Supporting Actress winners in the span of five minutes has gone viral in the gay blogosphere.
"Some of you may know that Best Supporting Actress is my favorite category," he quips. "If I could, I would make love to every single one of those women!"
And all of them are there -- from Gale Sondergaard, who won in 1936 for "Anthony Adverse," right up through Melissa Leo, who nabbed the award in 2011 for "The Fighter" (the clip was made before Octavia Spencer won this year for her turn in "The Help"). The segments which pay tribute to the musical winners (including Rita Moreno in "West Side Story" and Catherine Zeta-Jones in "Chicago") are by far the most humorous, although Doomsday says his impression of Mo'Nique's "Precious" breakdown is his favorite.
Take a look at other LGBT-relevant videos which have gone viral below:
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