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Goldberg said: "If you want to go host-less, that's your prerogative".
He said: "I'm not hosting the Oscars this year". I think it needs to be somebody who loves the films. There also have been times when multiple celebrities shared the hosting duties. "But the hard part is when you put down the defenses and you say, 'Wait a minute, I'm not listening'".
We are in the depths of awards season, with the big daddy of all the ceremonies set to take place on Sunday 24 February. For the last time, I am done addressing this. In his tweet where he officially declined the role, the comedian said he chose to pass on the opportunity because he does not want "to be a distraction on a night that should be celebrated by so many incredible talented artists".
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After the Oscar controversy, Ellen DeGeneres reached out to him in an attempt to bring him back as host.
She said: "The next day". People like Seth MacFarlane got lambasted, (Jimmy) Kimmel took his lumps. "It just seems like you can not come out ahead, and why would a major movie star put themselves in that position?"
Currently, the plan is to have as many A-listers possible to present awards.
"Probably four-fifths of your crowd are waiting to hear whether or not they won and then four-fifths just found out they lost". To combat that lackluster news, the Academy is scrambling to try to add to flare to the awards ceremony.