Comedian Refuses To Host Golden Globes

( Ricky Gervais, an actor, and comedian, has made it clear that he is not interested in hosting the Golden Globes again.

According to reports, when a trending question on Twitter asked users to retweet if they would like Ricky Gervais to host the Golden Globes again in 2023, Gervais had a direct, clear response. He wrote, “F—- that,” accompanied by a video from the event he presided over in 2020.

The creator of The Office concluded his statement with a laughing emoji.
The comedian spoke candidly about what it would take for him to host the Academy Awards back in January.

In an interview with Today, Gervais claimed the Academy Awards would never let him do what he wanted, and he would be removed midway through. He hosted the Golden Globes because they said he could make his own jokes and say whatever he wanted without rehearsal.
Gervais acknowledged that he might agree to host the Oscars if offered the position under similar circumstances. But he is confident that won’t happen.
Entertainment news outlets show that while hosting the Globes in 2020, Gervais delivered a contentious speech that criticized the Hollywood elite and major technology firms like Amazon and Apple.
The 2023 Golden Globes will be held on January 10, 2023, and the nominees will be revealed on December 12.

According to reports, Hollywood award presentations have had declining viewership for years, regardless of the host, as people have grown weary of political rants. Consumer cord-cutting reached record highs in 2020 and has also hurt broadcasts. Considering how the Covid19 mandates kept everyone at home for the majority of the year, it is indeed odd that more individuals cut the cable-satellite TV cord in 2020 than ever before.

Although many consumers now use streaming services, President Biden’s inflation is already having a disastrous effect on Hollywood’s cash cow as users reduce their streaming subscriptions out of frustration with the escalating costs.

This could have been avoided if Hollywood and the government didn’t gang up on the consumer.