The 95th Oscars ceremony took place on March 12, leaving epic moments, although fortunately not expressed by violence like the Will Smith and Chris Rock incident; although apparently the attitude was labeled by Internet users as ‘passive aggressive’, as was the case with Angela Bassett’s reaction to losing the Oscar.
Angela Bassett was nominated in the category for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in ‘Wakanda Eternal’, while the winner, Jaime Lee Curtis for the film ‘Everywhere’; also, Hong Chau for ‘Whale’, Kerry Condon for Banshees Inisherin, and Stephanie Hsu for ‘Everything Together Everywhere’, also competed for the set.
While Angela Bassett was among the favorites to win the recent Golden Globes, so did Jaime Lee Curtis in her lifetime, as did Kerry Condon in a supporting role in ‘Everywhere.’ It should be noted that he also disagrees with the Academy’s choice of winner in the category.
Through social networks, see the moment when the winner of the category was announced viral, where you can see the apparent upset reaction of the nominees Angela Bassett and Kerry Condon, while Jaime can be seen ecstatic with happiness to finally win. the first Oscar
Although, on social networks, many Internet users all went against Angela Bassett for her loss, others supported her and stated that there could be an unknown source for the cause of the speech, while others claimed that Oscar was caught by Jaime. Lee Curtis received a consolation prize for a 46-year career in which he had never been nominated for an Oscar, let alone won one until this year.
“The face of someone who didn’t win because haha, Kerry Condon or Stephanie Hsu weren’t the best candidates”, but they had to give the consolation prize to Jamie Lee Curtis, “I understand that in the admiration of fans her performance stood out, but it was really ordinary. I think Curtis was a fair winner, “Interesting… I don’t think it’s a case… That said, Jamie Lee Curtis doesn’t deserve an Oscar,” “I love Angela and her performance, but she’s not the best out there. Neither is Curtis, Hong Chau or Stephanie they were the best”, are some of the reactions.
So far, neither Angela Bassett nor Jaime Lee Curtis have commented on the viral moment that took place at the 2023 edition of the Oscars: ‘Everywhere’ won seven categories: ‘Best Screenplay, Best Editing, Best Actress in a Cast, Best Supporting Actor, Best. Actress and Best Picture.