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BAFTA Rebel Wilson host insults Vladimir Putin amid Russia’s entry into war in Ukraine

BAFTA host Rebel Wilson made her feelings about the Russian President very clear when presenting a performance on Sunday. The world has watched in horror since Vladimir Putin began ordering a series of horrifying attacks on Russia’s neighboring country last month.

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BAFTAs: Rebel Wilson gives Putin middle finger

Rebel Wilson has sent a very clear message to Vladimir Putin, as she hosts the 2022 BAFTAs this evening.

At the star-studded awards ceremony in London, the Australian actress was filled with jokes and made fun of herself in her hilarious opening monologue.

After joking about the real reason behind her 5.5 stone weight loss and confessing to having a crush on Batman star Robert Pattinson, the Bridesmaids star turned to more serious matters of the evening.

Rebel took a very visual approach with her message to Russian leader Vladimir Putin at the vibrant showbiz meet at The Royal Albert Hall.







Rebel Wilson will host at this year’s BAFTA Awards
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The actress had a strong message for Russian leader Putin
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When she introduced the number of Emilia Jones’ musicals, she explained to attendees there would be two sign language interpreters on stage.

“And this is a gesture for Putin,” she added, flipping her middle finger as she spoke.

The BAFTA 2022 Awards are sadly underway as heartbreaking and senseless attacks continue to unfold in Ukraine, after Russia began its invasion of their neighboring country on 24 February 2022.

The actions of Russian forces have seen more than 1.5 million Ukrainians flee their homeland, since President Vladimir Putin began ordering a series of horrifying attacks.







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“More than half of all refugees leaving Ukraine are in Poland. So if there are 5 million, imagine that we will have 2.5 million,” the Polish president predicted when talking about the crisis. humanitarian on BBC’s Sunday Morning programme.

The thoughtful opening statement came after celebrity guests at the 2022 BAFTA awards ceremony were asked to keep in mind Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine when choosing their outfits for the evening.

Bosses are keen to reflect the national mood amid the gloom – not wanting any controversial fashion choices as they pay tribute to those who are fighting against acts of war illegality of President Putin.







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Millie Bobby Brown shows off her fashion sense with a unique black dress
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Lady Gaga – who was nominated for Best Actress for her role in House of Gucci – apparently followed the alleged advice, opting to wear an elegant black ensemble to attend the gathering event. stars.

The singer-actress looked stunning in a full-length black gown – complete with a plunging neckline and an eye-catching little feather handbag as one of her accessories.

Millie Bobby Brown is another actress who chose to wear black for the ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall in London.







Benedict Cumberbatch, pictured with Sophie Hunter, displays the Ukrainian flag on his jacket
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Stricyly Come Dancing finalist AJ Odudu also opted for a black dress for the event.
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The Stranger Things actress, 18, sported a unique black floor-length gown – with laces – and teamed it with elbow-length black satin gloves to complete her chic look. Sunday afternoon.

Other stars wearing the all-black ensemble include Daisy Ridley, Jessie Buckley, Naomi Campbell and Adwoa Aboah.

Actor Benedict Cumberbatch also seemed to pay homage to the Ukrainian people, wearing a pin made of the colors of the Ukrainian flag.

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