Did award shows finally get the message?

March 15, 2024

By Christian Toto

It’s Donald Trump’s fault.

The former president, campaigning to return to the White House for four more years, uncorked a Trumpian slam against Jimmy Kimmel Sunday night.

Trump mocked Kimmel’s Oscar-night performance just in time for the late-night Leftist to read the diatribe on-air to millions of viewers.

Up until then, the 96th Academy Awards telecast was 98 percent free of both politics and woke virtue signaling.

And it’s not an accident.

We’ve previously witnessed the Emmys, Golden Globes and the Grammys telecasts mostly push politics off-camera.

Even the 2023 Oscars ceremony focused, for the most part, on the nominees and featured films first.

What gives?

Hollywood has known for some time that audiences don’t want lectures with their award shows. You just have to sample social media accounts to grasp the anger aimed at the modern awards gala.

Continue reading here at Hollywood in Toto.


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