Will Smith’s slap was present at the Oscars. Jimmy Kimmel directs a verbal “slap” to Will Smith at the “Oscars” (video)

Jimmy also criticized Tom Cruise and James Cameron

Jimmy Kimmel, who hosted the Oscars for the third time, Monday, March 13, 2023, celebrated the audience’s return to cinemas after the Covid-19 pandemic, and dodged jokes such as the one that prompted actor Will Smith to slap the Oscars presenter of the year. the past.

Kimmel opened the 95th Academy Awards ceremony with a monologue, during which he jokingly urged the stars present at the Dolby Theater to be polite, referring to Smith’s slap on Chris Rock in 2022.

“We know this is a special night for you,” Kimmel told the Hollywood audience. “We want you to have fun and feel safe, and most importantly, I want you to feel safe.”

Kimmel’s advice in case Will Smith gets slapped again

Kimmel also derided the “tough policies” taken to prevent a repeat of last year’s incident.

@gma #Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel addresses “the slap” in his opening monologue. #Oscars95 #JimmyKimmel #TheSlap ♬ original sound – Good Morning America

“If anyone in this theater commits an act of violence at any time during this ceremony, they will be awarded the Best Actor Oscar, and they will be allowed to make a 19-minute speech,” Kimmel said, laughing, referring to Smith winning Best Actor last year after slapping Rock.

Kimmel added, “If anything unexpected or violent happens during the party, just sit there, do what you did last year, nothing…you might even hug the attacker.”

It is noteworthy that Smith is banned from attending the Oscars for 10 years as a punishment for his behavior.

Jimmy voiced his disapproval of Tom Cruise and James Cameron for their absence from the awards ceremony, in his own unique way.

Is it conceivable that Tom Cruise stealthily infiltrated the #Oscars disguised as Judd Hirsch? Jimmy Kimmel is not ruling out this possibility.

The most prominent results of the Oscars for the year 2023

On Sunday, the Oscars were announced during a ceremony in the American city of Los Angeles, which was broadcast live by the (ABC) television channel. 

The suspenseful movie “Everything Everywhere at Once” won 4 Academy Awards during the most important movie night in Hollywood, while actor Brendan Fraser won the Best Actor award for “The Whale”. “Guillermo del Toros Pinocchio” won the award for best animated film, and the award for best documentary went to “Navalny”, while the war movie “All Quiet on the Western Front”, meaning “All Quiet on the Western Front”, won the Oscar for best foreign film.

Actor Brendan Fraser also won his first Oscar in his history for the movie (The Whale), in which he played the role of a 270-kilogram gay man trying to reconnect with his daughter.

While Malaysian actress Michelle Yeoh won the Best Actress Oscar for her role in the movie “Everything .. Everywhere All at Whats”, meaning “Everything .. Everywhere at the same time”.

In the film, Yeoh plays a Chinese-American laundry owner who is in a family crisis. With this, Yeoh becomes the first Asian woman to win in this category.


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