Last year the Oscars hit a record-low number of viewers at 23.64 million viewers, and this year that number dropped by 58% with only 9.85 million viewers. They did, however, reach an all-time high level of “wokeness” which at the very least made them feel good about themselves.
Despite uprooting and displacing a large amount of LA’s homeless to “clean up” the surrounding area, the celebrities in attendance preached humanity, humility, and equality throughout the 3-hour-long program. For the 93rd annual time, celebrities paraded themselves around in outfits worth thousands of dollars then forced viewers to listen to their cries about equity and ‘the struggles’ they’ve endured.
The host of the night, Regina King, opened the Oscars by celebrating Derek Chavin’s conviction for the murder of George Floyd. Director Travon Free wore a suit jacket with the names of Black people killed by the police on the inside lining, and Mia Neal spoke about breaking the ‘glass ceiling’ for