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Oscar 2022: After Will Smith’s shot, a new controversy over a tasteless joke?

Of course, the talk of the 2022 Oscars is not over. After Will Smith’s shot for Chris Rock, it’s Amy Schumer who balances out censorship of her valves by organizers.

After the case of Will Smith caused a scandal and his blow to the face of Chris Rock at the Oscars, the cause of controversy is the turn of comedian Amy Sumer.

It was part of a trio of animators during the last event, alongside Wanda Sikes and Regina Hall.

During a stand-up show in Las Vegas this week, the actress talked about organizing a ceremony. He revealed that some of his jokes were censored by the academy for fear of bad noise.

The artist specifically specifies that the Oscars did not confirm the accidental shooting of a valve by Alec Baldwin at Rust’s shooting range, which cost the life of photography director Halina Hutchins.

“Do not look is the title of the movie this year, I prefer not to look at Alec Baldwin’s weapon”He planned to chant in front of millions of spectators at the Oscars.

“I was not allowed to say that, but it is good to go on stage and strike someone”He added, obviously irritated by this censorship.

Amy Sumer also wanted to make a joke about James Franco and his allegations of sexual harassment, but he was also asked to avoid similar topics.

Why did the comedian decide to expose this, to make a bad noise after avoiding the Oscars? He tried to explain the reasons for this during the show.

“It was just a big disappointment. I can only say that it was very sad and I think it says a lot about toxic masculinity.

It was really annoying, but I think the best way to comfort us would be to tell Oscar jokes that I did not have the right to say on TV. “He apologized for the incident between Will Smith and Chris Rock.

Anyway, this joke was not liked by internet users who criticized the actor’s words on social networks.

Source: allocine

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