Not only are top actors being given awards during the Sunday night’s Oscars, but they’re also the ones doing a lot of the presenting. “Baby Driver” stars Ansel Elgort and Eiza González hit the stage during the ceremony to present for both best sound mixing and best sound editing, both of which their film was nominated in.

When it came time to announce the first award, for sound editing, “Dunkirk” was named the winner. Despite the stars having to give away the trophy to a movie that wasn’t their own, they still had one more chance to get a sound award. But they announced the second category, and yet again “Dunkirk” was victorious, despite music and sound being a large aspect of “Baby Driver,” stylistically.

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Actors Eiza González and Ansel Elgort present at the 90th annual Academy Awards on March 4, 2018 in Hollywood, California. Kevin Winter/Getty Images

To recap, not once, but twice, Elgort and González had to stifle their emotions over their film’s two losses while giving away the trophy to another film’s sound teams. Twitter was not happy about this at all.

“‘Baby Driver’ just got robbed at #TheOscars for sound mixing and editing and I’m upset FOR THEM,” user lanaknis wrote.

While viewer David Jordao tweeted, “I’m actually surprised ‘Baby Driver’ didn't win any of the awards for Sound... #Oscars.”

As for user anyataylorsjoy, she felt that “‘Baby Driver’ deserves these awards and that‘s the tea but ‘Dunkirk’ is getting the prestige treatment.”

Gabvasa wants “justice for ‘Baby Driver’” and Jessica Ross found it “pretty cruel to have two actors from ‘Baby Driver’ NOT award their movie for either of the Sound Categories” and was disappointed by the outcome.

“Baby Driver” still has one more opportunity to win as Oscar in the category of best film editing.

The 2018 Oscars airs Sunday at 8 p.m. EST on ABC. Learn how to live stream the show HERE.