Lorraine’s Ross King has revealed exactly what happened at the Dolby Theater when Will Smith slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars, as he claimed audiences felt unsafe and the laughs were voiced
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The boos from the audience at the Oscars were voiced with laughter when Will Smith slapped Chris Rock over the weekend.
It became a hot topic of conversation from the ceremony, after Will took to the stage and confronted comedian Chris following his GI Jane 2 joke about Will’s wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, who was sexually assaulted. baldness.
Lorraine’s Ross King spoke to a member of the Academy who was actually in the room when the incident happened, and they released a series of statements, including voiced laughter and instead was a lot of moaning and booing.
He also claimed the audience felt ‘unsafe’ after what happened on stage.
“I actually just came in from dinner with one of the Academy members in the room and it was interesting to hear their stories about what happened in the room,” Ross said as he discussed the matter. Realistic reactions in the room.
“Obviously we were at the Oscars – everything was going pretty well. Chris Rock made a joke, it was a lame joke. He didn’t know Jada Pinkett Smith was sick. hair loss and he made this lame joke.”
He then revealed that the laughs people hear on TV are actually voiced.
“Now when he does that joke, even though on TV when we hear it we hear laughter – I’ve been told there wasn’t a lot of laughter in the room and it stuck in the laugh line – there was a lot of whining,” he said, “we saw the picture where Will was first smiling, then Jada rolled his eyes and then the crowd reaction – they said – almost felt that it get him to move on to something.”
Speaking of the audience feeling unsafe, he added: “The whole room heard the slap, it was very loud.
“And people said they really felt unsafe and then when Will started shouting obscenities – already muted on the streams – the atmosphere in the room was absolutely chill.”
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Ross also stated that when Will’s nomination was read out and he walked on stage to accept the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in King Richard, there was a great deal of booing from the gathered audience. .
Will later apologized for what happened, saying: “I want to publicly apologize to you, Chris. I was wrong and I was wrong. I’m embarrassed and my actions were not the man that I was. I want to be.
“There is no room for violence in a world of love and compassion.”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/inside-oscars-room-smith-slapped-26580679 Inside the Oscars room when Will Smith slapped Chris Rock - the audience was not safe and was voiced with laughter