Hugh Grant Showed Up at the Oscars and Disappointed Everyone Hugh Grant is known for his roles in romantic comedies and dramas. He’s also known for his charm and charisma, which is why many people were excited to see him at the Oscars. However, his recent appearance on ABC’s Oscars pre-show left fans disappointed and frustrated.
Ashley Graham, a co-host on the pre-show, tried to interview Grant, but he was clearly disinterested and some might even say downright rude. The Interview The interview started with Ashley Graham asking Grant how he was feeling about the Oscars.
Grant’s response was short and dismissive, “I’m not doing interviews.” Graham tried to keep the conversation going by asking him about his thoughts on the nominees, but Grant only responded with one-word answers, such as “yes” or “no.”
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Lol Hugh Grant just gave the craziest red carpet interview I’ve ever seen…
Ashley Graham: Who are you most excited to see tonight?!
Hugh: To see?
AG: To see win
Hugh: No one in particular
AG: Okay. Who are you wearing?
Hugh: My costume
— Laura Bassett (@LEBassett) March 12, 2023
Ashley Graham deserves an honorary Oscar for putting up with Hugh Grant. Don’t walk the carpet unless you’re going to talk about THE CURRENT OSCARS.
— Jamie B. Golden (@jamiebgolden) March 12, 2023
Why was Hugh Grant so rude?? Shout out to Ashley for holding up the conversation. / get me through it #Oscars
— Alexa (@Alexa21396778) March 12, 2023
Wow @ashleygraham just got paid on that interview with Hugh Grant. She was gracious and persistent through his obvious desire not to be there. Why agree to an interview if you are not interested in participating?? 🙄 #Oscars
— Trevor Scott (@TrevorScottATX) March 12, 2023
Is Hugh Grant just an arrogant dick all the time? He was so rude to Ashley Graham on the red carpet, complete with an eye roll. Maybe he should stay home if he’s too good for his industry #AcademyAwards
— ruth ☮️ (@myrtlez) March 12, 2023
Wow. Hugh Grant was a piece of shit. Do not do the interview if you clearly do not want to be interviewed. #Oscars2023
— Kirsten Wilson (@Kirsten53708048) March 12, 2023
Is Hugh Grant trying to give the worst possible interview?
— James Teller (@Lexapro_Luthor) March 12, 2023
Ok, Hugh Grant was nice to Ashley Grant, he gives her nothing, I don’t like it, he’s shady and makes her work too hard
The Aftermath Grant’s behavior has caused a stir on social media, with many people calling him out for being rude and unprofessional. Some have even suggested that he shouldn’t have walked the red carpet if he wasn’t prepared to give interviews. It’s not the first time that Grant has been criticized for his behavior at a public event. In 2018, he was criticized for his behavior at a BAFTA event, where he was seen shaking his head and muttering during a speech.
What Can We Learn from This? Hugh Grant’s behavior at the Oscars serves as a reminder that being a celebrity comes with certain expectations, including the expectation to engage with the media. While it’s understandable that some celebrities may not want to do interviews, it’s important to remember that it’s part of their job.
— bevysmith (@bevysmith) March 12, 2023
Hugh Grant is definitely the type of person to be rude to servers after waiting 30 seconds for a menu. @ashleygraham you were amazing.
— LadyUnknown22 (@stadnc) March 12, 2023
For celebrities, it’s important to remember that the media can be a powerful tool for promoting their work and connecting with their fans. It’s important to approach interviews with a positive attitude and a willingness to engage with the interviewer and their audience.
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For the media, it’s important to remember that celebrities are human too, and that they may have bad days or be dealing with personal issues. It’s important to approach interviews with empathy and understanding, and to give celebrities the space they need if they’re not feeling up to doing interviews.
While it’s understandable that some celebrities may not want to do interviews, it’s important to remember that it’s part of their job. It’s also important for the media to approach interviews with empathy and understanding, and to give celebrities the space they need if they’re not feeling up to doing interviews.