Hugh Grant has been condemned by publications around the world for his “excruciatingly traumatic” red carpet interview with model Ashley Graham at the Oscars last night.
The 62-year-old actor lacked any real enthusiasm upon arriving at the Los Angeles event — and was blatant in his disdain for the 34-year-old’s questions.
Grant has been criticized by media at home and abroad for shutting down an ardent journalist and even managing during the “painful” interview about his brief cameo in Glass Onion.
At the beginning of the interview, Ms. Graham asked him: “How did it feel to be in Glass Onion? How fun would it be to film something like that?”
But she was met with an awkward response: “Well, I’m barely in it, I was in it for about three seconds,” Grant replied.
Hugh Grant has been denounced as a “piece of s**t” and an “a**hole” by publications from around the world for his “painfully embarrassing” red carpet interview with Ashley Graham
“It must have been fun though, you had fun, right?” Mrs. Graham said, working through the uncomfortable chatter.
“Erm…almost,” the actor replied, looking away.
With a wide smile and bearing the interview, the model asked: “What are you wearing?” Grant offered insight: “My suit.”
In Fallout Since Then, Norwegian publication TV2 “What a piece of s**t,” he wrote, referring to the backlash he faced on social media, below a photo of the Notting Hill actor.
while, France The headline ran: “Hugh Grant rolls eyes after embarrassing Oscars red carpet interview.”
In a brutal interview assessment of The Four Weddings and a Funeral star, she opened the article by saying, “Why stop giving a red carpet interview if you’re going to be an a**hole on live TV?”
That’s the question we’re asking Hugh Grant, who literally rolled his eyes after turning down every question Ashley Graham asked during the Oscars presentation before it aired on ABC on Sunday.
Norwegian publication TV2 ran the headline, “What a f***ing piece” below a photo of the Notting Hill actor in reference to the backlash it received on social media.
Italian newspaper It’s a message He also participated in the backlash, accusing Grant of having a “crass attitude during the interview, responding in a blatantly bored and uninterested manner”.
They added: “Despite the journalist’s attempts to erect ordinary dialogue, the ‘Notting Hill’ face chose monosyllabic and sometimes scornful.
American magazine Rolling Stone He didn’t hold back either, saying, “Hugh Grant had a bad night, coming out as the undisputed prom queen.” He’s given a red carpet interview with Ashley Graham, rolled his eyes and complained about not having enough screen time in Glass Onion.
The outlet also took to their social media channels for a dig at Grant, tweeting: “The Academy Award for Best Actress went to Ashley Graham for telling Hugh Grant ‘It was nice talking to you.'”
Grant’s harrowing interview was widely felt, with the Greek publication OEMA The title runs, which may have been a bit missing in the translation: “Killing Rude Hugh Grant and Ashley Graham’s Snob Interview at the Oscars”. They also criticized Grant for being “awkward” and “brief”.
Meanwhile, the Washington Post Grant’s interview was described as “painful” by a Swedish newspaper Expressen He simply asked: “But what do you say, Hugh Grant?”
The Italian website Corriere evaluated the performances of various actors at the Academy Awards – and Grant was not rated highly. The Love Actually scored four out of 10 and was described as “mischievous”.
FranceDaily didn’t back down on Grant for his ‘painfully critical’ interview as they accused him of being a ‘hole’ on live TV
The backlash was also sparked by Italy’s Il Messaggero newspaper, which accused a “bored” Grant of having a “brusque attitude during the interview”.
Rolling Stone jokingly hailed Ashley Graham as Best Actress for “telling Hugh Grant ‘it was nice talking to you'”
The Greek newspaper OEMA launched a scathing attack on Hugh Grant for being “arrogant” in the interview. Perhaps the title was a bit lost in translation
And the Swedish newspaper Expressen simply asked: “But what do you say, Hugh Grant?” The world media also criticized the actor
Italian website Corriere rated Grant’s performance at the Academy Awards four out of 10 and called it “mischievous”.
The Washington Post went so far as to say that Hugh Grant’s interview with Ashley Graham was “painful.”
Euro.esEuro slammed Grant for ‘uncomfortable interview’ at 95th Annual Academy Awards
“He did everything to dampen the enthusiasm of the interlocutor,” they said.
Those at home watching the 95th Annual Academy Awards took to social media last night to criticize Grant, with some referring to him as “embarrassing,” “hurting,” and “uncomfortable.”
She stepped away momentarily from an amazing night in Hollywood, where Everywhere Every Time won seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture, while Michelle Yeoh won Best Actress for her role in the film.
Brendan Fraser completed his impressive career comeback by winning Best Actor for his role in The Whale.
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