The corona epidemic has affected all kinds of programs. It also had a profound impact on the world's largest award show Oscar, but once again the Oscar ceremony is going to be well. For the past 3 years, oscar awards have been seen hosted by celebrities, but this time a host has been appointed to host the event. No host has been part of the event since 2018 but after a long time, a host is going to join it. Broadcaster ABC on Tuesday released a report. While many awards shows are postponing their programs due to the rise in coronavirus cases, Walt Disney Company ABC has said that it is planning to hold the Oscars, the highest film award, in Los Angeles on March 27.
There was no host for three years: ABC Entertainment President Craig Erwich said at a television critics association event that he is going to be a host at this year's Oscar Awards ceremony. They have not provided any details. He joked, 'Maybe it's me.' The Oscar Awards have been hosted by celebrity presenters for the past three years but no one has hosted the award ceremony in 2019, 2020 and 2021. Its ratings have also come down drastically over the years, with only 10.4 million people in the United States in 2021. On the other hand, other award shows may not have been seen by the people.
A British actor Tom Holland fan has suggested that he should host this year's Oscar with his co-star Zendaya as his movie Spiderman: No Way Home has achieved a huge success. Holland told The Hollywood Reporter in December last year, 'He likes to host this award.' He further said, 'If they ask me, I will, and it's going to be very entertaining.'
The Dolby Theatre will feature an Oscar ceremony: Formerly Jimmy Kimmel, comedians Chris Rock and Ellen DeJeras hosted the ceremony at night. In a statement, ABC continued, saying that the 2022 Oscars are set to appear again at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Last year, the award was held at the historic Union Station train station in Los Angeles city with a small gathering of nominated people and guests to defend themselves from COVID. Oscar nominations this time will be announced on February 8.