P. Diddy says his success at the Oscars on Sunday is a “dream come true”.

The music star was the executive producer on Undefeated, which was named best documentary at the prestigious ceremony. Diddy was clearly overwhelmed by the win and took to his Twitter account to post several messages.

“Dreams do come true!!!!! #undefeated !!!! Let's go!!!” he wrote.

"Undefeated… God is the greatest!!!! Thank you! #undefeated!!!!" he tweeted earlier in the evening. "I am buggin (sic)."

Undefeated is an inspiring story about a struggling high school American football team from a poor Memphis neighbourhood.
The project was directed by T.J. Martin, who is the first African American director to win at the Oscars – much to Diddy’s delight.

“And special Congrats to @TKMckayMartin-Hes the 1st African American director to win an Academy Award!!! #UNDEFEATED !!!! RT!!! (sic)” he added.

Meanwhile, Justin Bieber has also been posting messages about the Oscars on his Twitter page.

The singer featured in host Billy Crystal’s opening montage for this year’s event.

As Billy paid tribute to the best picture nominees, Bieber appeared in a shot where he revealed he was there to help secure the “18-24 demographic” and asked Billy, “How long do you want me to sit here for?”

Justin Bieber wasted no time in paying tribute to Billy last night.
"a BIG SHOUTOUT to Billy Crystal. Thanks for letting be a part of the show and you killed it tonight. #muchlove (sic)," he wrote.

For all the winners and the latest on the Oscars please visit our sister site Film-News.co.uk here.