Actress Rebel Wilson Will Host Bafta Film Awards
The Australian wants to take over a moderator jog in England and accompany the film awards in London in mid-March. She is sure that Corona will no longer exist.
Australian actress Rebel Wilson will host the British film awards known as the Baftas in London in March.
“I’m delighted to be hosting the British Film Awards in March when Covid will no longer exist because it will definitely be canceled by then,” the 41-year-old wrote on her Instagram channel on Friday. The term “cancel” or “cancel culture” describes the phenomenon that people are uncompromisingly condemned in the public debate – for example because of politically incorrect statements.
Last year, when the awards ceremony was held as a semi-virtual format, Edith Bowman and Dermot O’Leary hosted the show. Usually, many US stars travel to London for the event, and the royals are also there regularly. The nominations are to be announced on February 3rd and the award ceremony is to be on March 13th.
Wilson, known as “Fat Amy” from the “Pitch Perfect” comedies, showed up in recent photos after she had recently lost significant weight. “I know I won’t be funny anymore because I’m not fat anymore,” she wrote wryly.