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Oscars to have no host this year

Kevin Hart Oscars to have no host this year—report
Adrian Cunningham | 11 January, 2019, 18:11

Instead, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which issues the awards, will go with different celebrities introducing each segment. Hart dropped out within hours of being selected, when he refused to apologise for his past homophobic remarks that emerged on Twitter just after his selection.

After almost 3 decades, the Oscars producers have decided that the show must go on, even without a host.

The prestigious Academy Awards show highlighting Hollywood's most notable films and talents is radically changing its format after 30 years.

After the Oscar controversy, Ellen DeGeneres reached out to him in an attempt to bring him back as host.

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With Kevin Hart stepping down from hosting duties of The Oscars ceremony in February, the event is now host-less.

A day later, Hart announced he was formally turning down the hosting gig. Snow White's entrance was followed by a grueling 12-minute musical number with dancing tables and chairs, Rob Lowe singing "Proud Mary", and lots of other things that made the audience visibly want to die.

It's said that the show's producers are now working overtime to try and sign up as many big-name Marvel stars as possible and that several cast members were asked not to present at the Golden Globes in order to make their appearances at the Oscars that little bit more special.

The Hollywood Reporter has the update on the Academy's plan to proceed without a host for the 2019 Oscars ceremony that will be broadcast on Sunday, February 24.