Goldie Hawn shares her two cents on Oscars: ‘used to be classy’

Goldie Hawn shares her two cents on Oscars: ‘used to be classy’

Goldie Hawn shared her thoughts on the Oscars in a recent magazine interview

when talking to Diversity “It used to be elegant,” Hawn said of the cover story.

The Hollywood icon continued: “I’m not old, but sometimes the jokes are off-color. And I lack respect.”

“They are politicized,” the actress explained.

Hawn explained: “I want to scare people. I want to see people believe again. I want to see people laugh more, not at someone else’s expense.”

The actress pointed out that Will Smith’s infamous slap at last year’s ceremony was “indicative of our culture right now”.

“I mean, you look at him and say, ‘What happened?’ it can be said. Someone lost control. They’ve lost their self-control,” Hawn said.

Hawn noted: “Their big brains didn’t think, they did something terrible, and they didn’t regret it.”

“For me, it’s often a microcosm of our world. [Oscars host] Chris [Rock] was excellent – fully restrained and controlled his emotions, was able to stand with dignity. This is an example of how we want our world to be. But unfortunately, it’s not right now,” he added.

In 1970, she won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Hawn. Cactus flower.

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