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Oscar Rehires Jimmy Kimmel Despite Controversial Past

via Jimmy Kimmel Live on Youtube

Hollywood’s decision to hire Jimmy Kimmel to host the Oscars is seen as a desperate attempt to troll the audience, as the entertainment industry is struggling with declining viewership and a major shift to streaming services.

Kimmel hasn’t been “canceled” by the woke Left, despite wearing blackface and using the N-word in the past.

Kimmel’s previous hosting gigs saw a decline in ratings, and the industry’s reliance on trolling is evident.

Many have voiced criticism of the Oscars in recent years, as the event has become seemingly less relevant year-after-year.

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