Will Smith Oscars 2022- Zoë Kravitz responds to actor’s slap drama with Chris Rock as fans rip her for comments

After receiving 50 million views in just one day, the video of Will Smith slapping Chris Rock broke a YouTube record.

Clip of 90 seconds of the slap uploaded to YouTube by The Guardian has gone viral and is breaking records.

This video is currently on YouTube’s top trending list for more than 24 hours. It already has hundreds of thousands of comment.

On Tuesday, Zoë Kravitz alluded to her reaction to the slap, writing in an Instagram postHere’s her Oscars dress: “here’s a picture of my dress at the show where we are apparently assaulting people on stage now.”

Jada Pinkett has now spoken out about the viral event.

She was the Matrix star Instagram feed to share a quote on a plain pink background, reading: “This is a season for healing and I’m here for it.”

Will Smith publicly apologized to Chris Rock for his conduct at the Academy Awards. “unacceptable and inexcusable.”

“Violence in all of its forms is poisonous and destructive.

“Jokes at my expense are a part of the job, but a joke about Jada’s medical condition was too much for me to bear and I reacted emotionally.”

Smith’s Oscar win for his first film was shrouded by controversy. Smith had to tearfully apologize on stage after an incident with comedian Rock during which Smith hit him during the live ceremony.

Smith, 53-years-old, was born in Philadelphia.

He seemed to hit Rock before returning his seat and shouting to the audience to Rock on Stage.

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  • Who votes for Oscar winners?

    The American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences casts Oscar votes.

    The Academy is composed of 8,000 people who are described as “accomplished men and women working in cinema”.

    This group is made up of producers, actors, directors, writers, and other high-ranking members in the film industry.

    The identities of the members are kept secret.

  • CODA: Winner of the Best Picture Award

    CODA tells the story of Ruby, who’s the only hearing person in her family.

    She is a CODA, or child of deaf adults, who wants to follow her passion — singing. However, her family still needs to be convinced.

    The movie stars Emilia Jones (Marlee Matlin), Eugenio Diebez, Troy Kotsur and Daniel Durant.

    CODA is an Apple TV+ movie and is available for viewing with a subscription.

  • Actress in a Leading Role

    Jessica Chastain was nominated for Best Lead Actress because of her portrayal of Tammy Faye Bakker on The Eyes of Tammy Faye.

    Chastain thanked and recognized her fellow nominees in her acceptance speech.

  • Best Original Song

    Zoe Kravitz and Jake Gyllenhaal announced that the Oscar for Best Original Song went to Billie Eilish and Finneas for No Time To Die.

    This was the third Oscar-winning original James Bond song.

  • Best adapted screenplay

    Siân Heder’s script for CODA won the Oscar for the Best Adapted Screenplay.

    Heder took the script from a French film of 2014 and adapted it.

    This was her first Oscar.

  • Best screenplay

    Kenneth Branagh won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for his semi-autobiographical film Belfast.

  • The Best Costume Design

    For her costumes in Cruella, Jenny Beavan was awarded the Oscar.

    This was Beavan’s 3rd Academy Award.

    “This is honoring my inner Cruella,”She explained her outfit by saying so.

  • Best International Feature Film

    Drive My Car, Japan won the Academy Award for Best International Feature Film.

  • Best supporting actor

    Youn Yuh-jung has announced that Troy Kotsur will be the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his role in CODA.

    This was Troy’s first Oscar nomination.

    He is the second ever deaf actor to win, and the first in this category.

  • Best supporting actress

    H.E.R. H.E.R. and Daniel Kaluuya presented Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.

    The Oscar was awarded to Ariana Debose is the West Side Story’s editor.

    This was her first Oscar nomination.

  • Best Makeup and Hairstyling

    Linda Dowds and Stephanie Ingram won the Oscar for Best Makeup & Hairstyling. Justin Raleigh was also nominated. The Eyes Of Tammy Faye.

    Cruella and Coming 2 America, Dune, House of Gucci, and Cruella were the most popular work of artists.

  • Best Original Score

    Hans Zimmer won the Oscar for Best Original Score. Dune.

  • Best Live Action Short Film

    Aneil Karia, Riz Ahmed and Riz Ahmed have been given the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film. The Long Goodbye.

    The short film beat out The Dress, On My Mind, Please Hold, and Ala Kachuu — Take and Run.

  • The Best Animated Short Film

    Alberto Mielgo & Leo Sanchez won the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film. The Windshield Wiper.

    Award winners included Robin Robin and Bestia, Boxballet and Affairs of Art.

  • The Best Documentary Short Subject

    Ben Proudfoot has been awarded the Oscar for Best Documentary Short Subject The Queen of Basketball.

    The subject was a winner with Audible, Lead Me home, Three Songs for Benazir and When We Were Bullies.

  • Best Sound winner

    The Oscar for Best Sound went to Dune.

    The Academy Award has been awarded to Mac Ruth and Ron Bartlett.

    The Power of the Dog and West Side Story, Belfast, No Time to Die, No Time to Die, West Side Story, and No Time to Die were all up for the award.

  • Will Packer: Who are you?

    Oscars producer Will Packer made history by leading the Academy’s first-ever all-Black producing team for the Oscars.

    According to his research, Packer is the only Black producer who has had eight of his films open at the top spot at the box-office. IMDb page.

  • Continue reading: Who performed at Academy Awards?

    Despite We Don’t Talk About Bruno not being nominated in the corresponding categories, the cast took the stage to perform the extremely popular music number at the Oscars.

    Cast members Adassa, Stephanie Beatriz, Mauro Castillo, Carolina Gaitan, and Diane Guerrero were joined by Becky G and Luis Fonsi to bring the catchy Disney hit to the Oscar viewing audience.

  • Who were the Academy Awards winners?

    Among the stars who performed were Beyoncé, Billie Eilish, Finneas, Reba McEntire, and Sebastián Yatra.

    Van Morrison, the singer of the Belfast hit Down to Joy was also invited to perform at this event.

    But sadly, he reportedly turned down the performance due to his tour schedule, according to Variety.

  • Crazy love

    Following the incident onstage, Will Smith apologized to the Academy as well as his fellow nominees in his acceptance speech for Best Actor.

    “Love will make you do crazy things,”He stated.

  • Will Smith broke a YouTube Record

    After only one day of 50 million views, Will Smith’s video of Chris Rock slapping Chris Rock broke a YouTube Record.

    Clip for 90 seconds of the slap uploaded to YouTube by The Guardian has gone viral and is breaking records.

    This video is currently on YouTube’s top trending list for more than 24 hours. It already has hundreds of thousands of comment.

  • Jada pinkett Smith breaks silence

    She was the Matrix star Instagram feed on Tuesday to share a quote that alluded to the process of becoming whole again.

    Text on a plain background in pink, read: “This is a season for healing and I’m here for it.”

    To prevent any further controversy, the mother of two limited the number of fan comments on her post.

  • Celebrities with alopecia part 2

    • Superman actor Christopher Reeve –  had alopecia areata at age 16
    • Neve Campbell, Scream actress, said that alopecia in her 20s is down to stress
    • American-Cuban singer, song writer and actress, Christina Milian – suffered postpartum hair loss after second child
    • Glee cast member and singer Lea Michele – postpartum hair loss following the birth of her son
    • Kristin, Sex And The City icon Kristin – hair thinning
    • Loose Women star and actress Nadia Sawalha – balding patches after perimenopause
    • Loss due to regular hair dye – Harry Potter child actor Tom Felton
    • Model, actress and business woman Naomi Campbell – suffered hair loss due to use of extensions
    • Selma Blair, Legally Blonde actress with cruel intentions, shaved off her hair to avoid MS treatment
  • Celebrities with alopecia. Part one

    • Reality star Vicky Pattison – has blood injected into scalp after thinning due to extensions
    • Actress and businesswoman Jada Pinkett Smith – steroid treatment for alopecia
    • Gail Porter, actress, model and presenter – Gail Porter developed alopecia (alopecia) in 2005
    • Little Mix’s ex-bandmate Jesy Nelson – noticed alopecia areata at the age of 13
    • Tyra Banks, America’s Next Top Model host – Stress causes hair loss
    • Doctor Who and Little Britain star Matt Lucas – lost hair at the age of six
    • Viola Davis, Academy Award-winning actress – hair loss is attributed to stress
    • Dutch Footballer Arjen Robben – lost his hair at a young age
    • Coronation Street star Sean Ward – revealed he suffered from alopecia as a side-effect of his addictions
  • Celebrities and alopecia

    Numerous celebrities have made public statements about alopecia over the years. However, it is usually more noticeable in women.

    This is not news because half of men will become bald by 50.

    However, because the focus is on female hair, it’s more likely that women will be commented upon when they lose their hair.

    Alopecia can occur when actors bleach or dye hair for extended periods of time.

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