This year's Oscars are still officially free from the owners for the second time in their 90-year history, but rumors that the four-time host Woop Goldberg may become an unexpected winner on a Sunday show. 19659002] Goldberg was absent from his regular appearances on The View's day show, broadcast in the United States on ABC, on the same network broadcasting Academy Awards.
Goldberg was the first woman to act as the solo master of the Oscars in 1994, and continued her role in 1996, 1999 and 2002. years four excursions were well received by critics and viewers, including the most important on-the-go Moulin Rouge ride and swing dressed as Queen Elizabeth Kate Blanchett was a toast from the city.
Earlier this week, the Vanity Fair, which has close association with the Academy Awards, placed it before the Academy's first appeals to Goldberg, and she has already made Oscar's story the first African-American woman to have won two nominations. After losing in 1986, for The Color Purple, Goldberg won the best actress in 1991 for Ghost.
Kevin Hart was appointed to hold the 2019 ceremony in December, but resigned three days after the disorder of homophobic comments. did in the past. Before and after his ride, Goldberg expressed his interest in taking on a concert, which few would have wanted to consider.
Speaking about The View, as it turned out, the Academy considered the opportunity to rely on the role list of leading, rather than one graduate, Goldberg. said: "If you want to go impartially, this is your prerogative. I think this is an implicit idea. People need someone to take them through things. I think this should be someone who loves movies. "
She continued to let go of her chances to be that way. "I understand that I can not be the first choice of anyone," she said. She recently said she hopes the Queen will open the show – which they confirmed.
However, others were less skeptical about the disease. which was used as the reason for the absence of Goldberg at The View, evidencing her frequent coughing and the fact that her co-worker, Abby Huntsman, is pregnant.
Goldberg was among those who defended Liam Nison's actor, after confessing to the interview that he was wandering through the streets 40 weeks ago looking for a "black bastard" to kill after the black man raped girlfriend.
"People sometimes go with fury, that's what happens," Goldberg said. . – He is a fanatic? I know him for quite some time, I think I would admit … I was around a lot of real fanatics. I can say that this person is not.
She added: "You can not be surprised that someone whose loved one is attacked is angry and wants to go out and attack. He went on to say that he realized that he was too dark for him to go and get help "