Oscar statues are seen backstage during the 91st Annual Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California, Feb. 24, 2019. Matt Petit - Handout/A.M.P.A.S. via Getty Images

Several stars used the 91st Academy Awards stage Sunday to take a dig at President Donald Trump.

Comedian Maya Rudolph was the first person to take a dig at the president.

"Just a quick update, in case you're confused. There is no host tonight, there won't be a popular movie category, and Mexico is not paying for the wall,” she said, generating loud applause from the audience.

This was followed by a jibe by Spanish actor Javier Bardem who took the stage to announce the nominees for this year's Best Foreign Film.

“There are no borders or walls that can restrain ingenuity and talent,” he said in Spanish, adding, “In any region of any country of any continent, there are always great stories that move us and tonight we celebrate the excellence and importance of the cultures and languages of different countries.”

Actor Keegan-Michael Key too mocked Trump. He descended from the ceiling to the stage holding a black umbrella and then steadied himself and regained balance after landing. Key then laid the umbrella open on the ground just as Trump did in October 2018 while on his way to board Air Force One.

Twitter users took notice of the shade.

“Keegan Michael Key shades Trump by ditching an umbrella that he can’t figure out how to close!!! Hahaha!” wrote one user.

"The brilliant Keegan-Michael Key trolls Trump's umbrella faux pas during the #Oscars," wrote another user.

Director Spike Lee was the next person to take a shot at Trump while receiving the award for best adapted screenplay.

"Let's make the right choice, let's be on the right side of history. The 2020 election is right around the corner,” Lee said.

The POTUS, who has always been vocal about the Academy Awards, is yet to comment on this year’s event.