10 Celebrities Who Should Host The Academy Awards (But Won’t Be Asked)

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Mirroring the 2019 Emmy’s, the Academy Awards will not be having a host for the ceremony but instead will feature several entertainment industry elites patting themselves on the back for their woke endeavors in cinema. If the “Best Picture” list is any indication, they will be scrapping the bottom of the barrel instead of looking for actual talent. I mean, the few ceremonies that Jimmy Kimmel hosted were so disastrous, that is when they started doing the “no-host” style. How does the alleged late-night comedian feel about that? Anyway… this year they did a different host an hour and it was just as disastrous as Kimmel.

I decided to help the Oscars out. I have a list of celebrities who are TV personalities, movie stars, stand-up comedians, and podcast hosts who are talented enough to host the Oscars, but it is doubtful they will be invited because of how woke how Hollywood has become. These celebrities don’t tow the party line, don’t care about politics, or their comedy-style would cause Harvey Weinstein worshipper Meryl Streep to faint.

In no particular order, here are 10 Celebrities Who Should Host This Year’s Academy Awards (But Won’t Be Asked):

Dave Chappelle– If you really want to bring down the house, have every woke SJW’s head explode by welcoming Chappelle and his fiery humor to the stage.

Chrissy Mayr– She is a talented comedienne, podcast host, and rabble rouser who does hilarious impersonations and delivers some witty observations.

Ricky Gervais– The British comedian brought down the house at the 2020 Golden Globes. The laughs never stopped as he targeted all of the elephants in the room.

Lou Perez– The author of That Joke Isn’t Funny delivers one-liners that will make you want to grab your side. Don’t drink anything before he says the punchline. It will come out of your nose.

Chris Pratt– From sitcom character to Marvel superhero to action star, Pratt can bring on the charm and humor in any situation and he could definitely liven up the whole ceremony.

Kristy Swanson– If there is one thing Hollywood cannot stand, it is when an actress dares to defy the talking points and Swanson does that… brilliantly. That is why she would do a good job.

Patricia Heaton– From Everybody Loves Raymond to The Middle, she is a master comedic actress with a skill for hilarity.

Tim Allen– The Academy Awards needs “more power” and who better than the guy who starred in several films, a few sitcoms, and brings barrels of laughs on the stand-up circuit?

Josh Denny– Someone who does not give a care? That would Denny, who brings in the funny and knows how to take on the hecklers.

Adam Carolla– The podcast king could bring in the laughs, much needed considering the Oscar’s last few years.

The show is planned for Sunday, March 27, 2022. 

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