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Will Smith, the laugh of his wife Jada after the slap and the consequences according to the Academy

The details on the consequences for Will Smith. Following the slap in the face of Chris Rock during the night of the Oscars last Sunday (following an unfortunate joke about alopecia from his wife Jada), details of the evening continue to emerge.

The Academy has released an official statement: the actor was asked to leave the room after the gesture, but he would have refused to do so. Meanwhile, a source from the magazine People states that later the actor, fresh from the Academy Award for A winning familyhas been informed that there will be consequences.

A disciplinary investigation for violation of the code of conduct has been launched (the council meeting will take place on April 18) even if Will Smith now does nothing but apologize: he started on stage during the award acceptance speech, he continued on social networks (this time including the comedian among the people he asks forgiveness) and then concluded during the call, or at least so says the CNN. At the same time, the Academy also apologizes and praises Rock for his “resilience”.

Meanwhile, Smith’s manager refuses statements, while his wife Jada shares a post on Instagram in which she talks about “healing season”. Meanwhile, a new video emerges, viral on TikTok, which shows the slap scene from a different angle, behind the Smiths. The video clearly shows Jada laughing as her husband takes the stage.

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Meanwhile, Hollywood breaks. Comedian James Corden released a parody in record time of the animated film Encanto (fresh off the Academy Award and available on Disney +). He renamed the song Bruno is not mentioned in Jada is not namedreliving the Oscar evening with subtle irony without slipping into judgments or vulgarity.

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There are also those – like Daniel Radcliffe, now the protagonist of the record-breaking film The Lost City – declares he is fed up with the debate as photos and videos from the Oscars show solidarity with Will Smith, with various hugs, from Denzel Washington to Bradley Cooper. During the after party of Vanity Fair the actor dances, sings and takes selfies with colleagues, momentarily archiving what will be remembered as the highest and lowest moment of his career.

Source: Vanity Fair

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