Several people recall a past (pre-2016) Oscar ceremony where Leonardo DiCaprio won the Best Actor award. As they recall it, his acceptance speech was similar to his latest one, as well.
(And no, they’re not confusing it with the BAFTA ceremony in February. Some of them mentioned the BAFTAs, specifically, as a ceremony they’d ruled out as a mix-up.)
I didn’t watch either 2016 ceremony, so I don’t have this memory and I’m not sure how widespread it is as a Mandela Effect.
(Since posting this article, I’ve reports with clear memories of DiCaprio winning the Best Actor award for Titanic, including 1998 talk shows replaying his acceptance speech.)
I’m wondering if a reality exists where time is tracking ahead of us by a specific amount. If someone were to check the time gaps between alternate memories, and when those events happened in this reality, it might be an interesting research topic.
It’s not something I have time for (or enough interest in), but I’d be interested in any “coincidental,” time-related results across several alternate memories.