The 2020 Oscars "In Memoriam" segment left out a few late celebrities. Among the most talked-about snubs was Luke Perry.

The Oscars awards ceremony typically honors the celebrities who’ve passed away within the last year with a tribute. Sunday night Billie Eilish and Finneas took the stage to perform a cover of The Beatles' "Yesterday" as images of Kobe Bryant, Barbara Hammer, Rip Torn and Kirk Douglas appeared on a large screen behind her. However, viewers couldn’t help but notice that Perry never appeared in the segment.

Perry, 52, died in March 2019 after suffering a massive stroke. His absence from the Memoriam was particularly noticeable since he appeared in the film “Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood,” which was nominated for Best Picture.

Many others shared stitched photos of Perry and Cameron Boyce, who was also left out of the tribute. The two actors’ names were even trending on Twitter following the awards ceremony.

“I didn’t stay up to complain live, but #oscars really dropped the ball on these two,” a Facebook user wrote about the omissions. “I watched this morning and immediately realized at least these missing parties. I understand you snub some nominees but couldn’t you spare a few seconds more to not snub the dead of their recognition.”

Amongst others notably left out of the tribute were Tim Conway, Denise Nickerson, and Michael J. Pollard.

The Academy has yet to release a statement regarding its tribute’s name ommissions.

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The recent passing of actor Luke Perry due to stroke has raised plenty of questions on how somebody so young, at only 52 years old, can suffer from the disease. Pictured: Luke Perry from 'Riverdale' speaks onstage Getty Images/Frederick M. Brown