15 Times Hollywood Celebrities Attacked Trump At The Oscars.

15 Times Hollywood Celebrities Attacked Trump At The Oscars. March 31, 2023Leave a comment

The Academy Awards are right around the corner, which means that all of the A-listers will dress to impress while finding who the best of the best in the industry are. It also means that it’s time for comedians to hit the stage to make fun of everything that’s happened in the past year. Last year, they made it a point to bash President Trump every chance they had, and boy, did they have a lot of chances.

Jimmy Kimmel was the host of last year’s Academy Awards and he most certainly didn’t have an issue with making Trump out to be the butt of his jokes. When he spoke about the viewers of the show, he made a point to say that the awards ceremony was being watched “by more than 225 countries that now hate us,” thanks to Trump.

When you go to the Academy Awards, you expect to be told the truth about everything, and Kimmel made sure that everyone was on board with that. “If there’s anyone here from CNN, or the LA Times or New York Times — if you work for anything with the word ‘Times” in it, even Medieval Times — I’d like to ask you to leave the building right now. We have no tolerance for fake news. Fake tans, we love.”

Kimmel made sure to throw some gratitude in Trump’s direction, though. He thanked Trump for bringing Hollywood together by saying: “Remember last year when it seemed like the Oscars were racist? That’s gone, thanks to him.” We sense a hint of sarcasm with Kimmel on this one.

During the awards, the beautiful French actress, Isabelle Huppert, was nominated for the award of best actress. When Kimmel welcomed the French actress to the ceremony, he said: “I’m glad Homeland Security let you in tonight. I really am.”

After Meryl Streep gave an anti-Trump speech at the Golden Globes, he responded by saying that Meryl Streep was “one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood.” When Jimmy Kimmel brought up the subject at the ceremony, he led the entire room in a standing ovation for the Hollywood actress.

Kimmel isn’t biased when it comes to the Trumps. He has no problem making fun of any of them. When he saw Meryl Streep he made sure to make a comment about the way she was dressed. “Nice dress, by the way. Is that an Ivanka?”

When Kimmel addressed the audience, he wanted to make sure that they knew what they were getting into. “Some of you will get to come up on this stage tonight and give a speech that the President of the United States will tweet about in all caps during his 5 a.m. bowel movement tomorrow. And I think that’s pretty darn excellent, if you ask me.”

The president of the Academy Awards is Cheryl Boone Isaacs. When Kimmel introduced her to the stage, he figured it was a great time to throw another insult in Trump’s direction. “And now, for something that is very rare nowadays: a president who believes in both arts and sciences.”

Jimmy Kimmel didn’t just talk about Trump “behind his back” throughout the entire show, he also straight up called him out with Tweets asking “U up?” and with hashtags like #MerylSaysHi. Egging the president on doesn’t seem like a good idea, Mr. Kimmel.

Trump had once mistakingly said that Sweden was a victim of terror attacks, and there was no way that Kimmel was going to let that one slide.“We’re so sorry about what happened in Sweden last week,” Kimmel jokingly said at the awards ceremony. It’s probably time to let that go now, Jimmy.

Jimmy Kimmel wasn’t the only one who took the opportunity to make remarks about Trump. But unlike Kimmel, Gael Garcia Bernal didn’t use the chance to poke fun of Trump. He used the stage and the spotlight to get his point across to the crowd. “As a Mexican, as a Latin American, as a migrant worker, as a human being, I am against any form of wall that wants to separate us,” he preached.

There’s really no denying that Dr. Ben Carson has received a lot of negative attention from the public, and the Academy Awards wasn’t really any different. When Kimmel was hosting the awards show, he made a bit of a joke by saying that Dr. Strange was also nominated as secretary of Housing and Urban Development. Well, that should make things a bit interesting!

Cheryl Boone Isaacs wanted to make sure that she told the audience what she thought of Trump’s border wall. She was quoted saying, “Tonight is proof that art has no borders, art has no single language, and art does not belong to a single faith.”

Trump’s travel ban left a lot of people with a bad taste in their mouths, and Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi was one of those people. Because of the travel ban, he didn’t make an appearance at the awards ceremony, but he did give an explanation for his actions. “My absence is out of respect for the people of my country and those of the other six nations who have been disrespected by the inhumane law that bans entry of immigrants to the U.S.,” he said.

There were many people who believed that they were going to be negatively affected by Trump’s presidency, but film director Barry Jenkins wanted everyone to know that they had his support. “All you people out there who feel like there’s no mirror for you, that your life is not reflected, the Academy has your back; the ACLU has your back; we have your back; and for the next four years, we will not leave you alone. We will not forget you,” he said.

The infamous awards ceremony is right around the corner again, but will the host use it as an opportunity to bash Trump all over again? Or will they be able to compose themselves enough to make it about the awards? We’ll soon find out!

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