2019 Oscar Is Confirmed To Have No Host After 30 Years

Oscar Award
Oscar Award

2019 Oscar Ceremony is sure to have no host!

The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has confirmed that there will be no host for the 2019 Oscars, E! reports.

The 91st Annual Academy Awards won’t have any host after 30 years. Instead the Oscars will recruit stars for various stars in place of “one marquee name to kick things off in a monologue filled with Trump zingers.”

Kevin Hart
Kevin Hart

Previously, the Oscar Academy had announced American actor, Kevin Hart as a host. However, he didn’t step in to it.

Similarly, he said to Variety at the time, “Would I ever do it? No, it’s done. It’s done. The moment came and it was a blessing and I was excited at the opportunity and I still am. In my mind I got the job, it was a dream job, and things came up that simply prohibited it from happening. But I don’t believe in going backwards.”

Hart also told DeGeneres in The Ellen DeGeneres Show, “I have made several mistakes, and I embrace them all. I’m a better man today because of it. In this case, I just said I’m going to walk away because I felt like it was a conversation that was just going to continue and continue and continue. I would much rather say I’m sorry again and walk away…I don’t want to have to have this conversation anymore, because I know who I am. I’m not that guy.”

Hart received backlash for deleting his past homophobic tweets. It happened after the academy announced him as a host of 2019 Oscars in December.

He also once announced to host it via Instagram post, “For years I have been asked if I would ever Host the Oscars and my answer was always the same…I said that it would be the opportunity of a lifetime for me as a comedian and that it will happen when it’s suppose to.”