So, finally, the wait is over and the celebs are in full-on prep mood for the Oscars 2021 which will be streaming live from various locations around the world.
In contrast to recent award ceremonies such as the Golden Globes, and Emmys, the Oscars have required nominees to attend one of the locations in person. This year’s Oscars 2021 ceremony is taking place two months later than usual after the awards season was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In the UK, the ceremony will be broadcast on Sky Cinema’s dedicated Oscars channel. The BBC News website and BBC Radio 5 Live will be providing coverage throughout the night.
Who will take home an Oscar? Tune in tonight! pic.twitter.com/PvPIn9tUM3
— The Academy (@TheAcademy) April 25, 2021
Though this year’s ceremony (and red carpet) will be different from previous years, the nominees, presenters, and other stars in attendance will still want to be camera-ready, which means a return to some of the skincare, nail art, and glam grooming that has become synonymous with awards season.
Did You Know There Is No Host This Year at Oscars 2021
There are only a few hours left for the cinema’s biggest award show Oscars 2021, and we can’t wait to see which stars will walk away with the evening’s most prestigious awards.
There will be no host for the ceremony. The Academy appears to have decided to continue the trend. Jimmy Kimmel, who hosted the Oscars in 2018, was the most recent host.
This year’s Oscars ceremony, which will air on April 25, will continue the tradition of not having a host for the third year in a row.