The Slap & 9 More Oscar Controversies Reddit Still Talks About

The Slap & 9 More Oscar Controversies Reddit Still Talks About
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As the world's biggest film celebration, traditionally broadcast live, the Academy Awards are prone to controversy and embarrassing films. You can't control artistic people, and year after year, the Oscars prove this maxim.

While the show's producers probably lose their minds the moment something weird happens on stage, fans actually love it, as unpredictable moments spice up the usually boring list of acceptance speeches.

Here are the 10 biggest Oscars controversies, according to Reddit:

No matter how carefully the Oscar producers try to keep everything under control, controversy still happens, because you can't predict how John Travolta will butcher the winner's name or how Will Smith will take an innocent joke.

And unfortunately for the Oscar execs, and fortunately for us, the folks over at Reddit keep an extensive record of all the weird and controversial things that happen during the Oscar ceremonies, and have picked ten of the most baffling and cringe-worthy ones.

We're sure you'll cringe at least a few times while reading this list, and while Marlon Brando's refusal to accept an Oscar is not widely considered a great gesture, other incidents on this list are still just as painful to watch as they were back in the day.

The Oscars 2024 will be held tonight, March 10, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. The event is to start at 7 p.m. EST. Let's hope this time, nothing controversial happens. But then again, it's the Oscars…