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Andrew Garfield's funny reaction to Jimmy Kimmel's Oscars 2023 monologue goes viral

By ANI BUREAUS Published Mar 13, 2023 10:19 am

Andrew Garfield's reaction to host Jimmy Kimmel's monologue at the 2023 Oscars garnered the attention of netizens.

The actor arrived at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, California in a black suit that he paired with a bow and white shirt. However, it was his reaction to Kimmel's monologue that caught more attention than his red carpet look. The television personality poked fun at the now-infamous moment Will Smith slapped Chris Rock during last year's Academy Awards in his opening, Page Six reported.

"We know this is a special night for you. We want you to have fun. We want you to feel safe, and, most importantly, we want me to feel safe," Kimmel, 55, told the star-studded audience.

"So, we have strict policies in place: If anyone in this theatre commits an act of violence at any point in this show, you will be awarded the Oscar for Best Actor and permitted to give a 19-minute-long speech," he continued, referencing the Academy's controversial decision not to kick Smith out of the auditorium in the wake of his actions—and then honor him for King Richard moments after the incident.

"If anything unpredictable or violent happens during this ceremony, just do what you did last year: nothing," the Jimmy Kimmel Live! host quipped. "Sit there and do absolutely nothing. Maybe even give the assailant a hug."

"And if any of you get mad at a joke and you decide you want to come up here and get jiggy with it, it's not going to be easy. There are a few of my friends you're going to have to get through first," he added.

Kimmel went on to call for impressive backup, including Michael B. Jordan, The Mandalorian star Pedro Pascal, and Spider-Man actor Andrew Garfield.

Andrew hilariously reacted to Kimmel's monologue, evoking funny comments from social media users.

"Everyone else is ready to go and then there's Andrew Garfield regretting every decision he's ever made in his life," someone tweeted.

"Andrew Garfield, you are all of us!" a social media user wrote.

"The only thing I liked about Jimmy Kimmel's monologue was this Andrew Garfield reaction," another one said.

The 2023 Oscars are being held on Monday, March 13 (Philippine time) in Los Angeles, California. It's being livestreamed on Disney+. (ANI)