Malala Yousafzai Is Praised For Giving Jimmy Kimmel A "Classy" Reaction At The Oscars In 2023. - Andaaz E Shaher
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Malala Yousafzai Is Praised For Giving Jimmy Kimmel A “Classy” Reaction At The Oscars In 2023.



Malala Yousafzai

Malala Yousafzai, the 2023 Oscars presenter and recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. Won plaudits for her prompt reaction when he asked her thoughts on the Harry Styles and Chris Pine spit-gate.

Malala Yousafzai debuts at the Academy Awards wearing a silver sequin hooded gown.

The 25-year-old human rights activist was an executive producer of Stranger at the Gate. A Best Documentary Short Film candidate and she attended the 95th Academy Awards on Sunday.

Malala Yousafzai was humorously quizzed about the alleged spit-gate conflict between co-stars of Don’t Worry Darling Chris and Styles by Kimmel, 55. From her position in the crowd at the Dolby Theatre.

Kimmel approached Malala and said, “Your work in human rights and education for women and children is an inspiration.

Do you believe Harry Styles spit on Chris Pine? As the youngest Nobel Prize recipient in history, I’d like to know.

Malala answered, “I just talk about peace. Kimmel responded, “You know what, that’s why you’re Malala, and no one else is,” before quickly moving on.

Several viewers praised her response on social media, and she received accolades.

Imagine speaking with Malala and asking her about Chris Pine and Harry Styles’ spat on Twitter, one Twitter user wrote.

“Did @jimmykimmel inquire about Harry Styles spitting on Chris Pine from @Malala? A third individual on Twitter stated that her response was “classy and wonderful.”

Malala Yousafzai shows up to her first Oscars in a hooded gown draped with sequins.

Malala Yousafzai, a Nobel Prize-winning crusader for girls’ education from Pakistan, debuted her Oscars on Monday alongside her husband, Asser Malik.

The campaigner wore a stunning Ralph Lauren hooded gown adorned in sequins.

The accessories Malala wore were the focal point of her outfit. 

The 25-year-old kept her jewelry simple, pairing her dress with platinum pendant earrings, a silver diamond ring, and a gold ring.

Finished her style with a flash of crimson on her lips and minimal makeup.

Malik looked sharp in a black tuxedo with a white shirt, black shoes, and a bow tie.

Malala stated on Instagram that she wanted her clothing to express hope and represent the message of her movie Stranger at the Gate.

“Everything was a dream. I wanted my outfit to exemplify hope and convey the theme of our movie, Stranger at the Gate.

And honored to represent this excellent documentary with the director Joshua Seftel, the producer Conall Jones, and the film’s motivational subjects, Bibi and Mac.

I was thrilled to spend the evening with my husband, Asser Malik, who looked as dapper as ever in his tux, as I always am,” she remarked.

Her film received a nomination for Best Documentary Short Film. 

The 29-minute movie is about a former US Marine who joins the military and is sent to Afghanistan and Iraq.

Who created Malala Yousafzai’s sparkling Oscar outfit?

Malala Yousafzai, a Nobel Peace Prize winner and advocate for education. The buzz of the town ever since she made her Oscars debut yesterday.

Her husband, Asser Malik, the youngest Nobel Prize winner, entered the red carpet at the 2019 Academy Awards wearing a silver sequined gown with an attached headscarf.

Discovered that Malala’s outfit was a specially made Ralph Lauren creation. 

Lauren is a well-known billionaire businessman, philanthropist, and fashion designer from the United States. He founded the multibillion-dollar Ralph Lauren Corporation.

Her accessories were the focal point of Malala’s silver dress, which featured long sleeves and a ruched design on one side of the waist.

Malik, meanwhile, wore a white shirt and a dark tuxedo. 

As the executive producer of the Oscar-nominated short documentary Stranger at the Gate, Malala attended the movie’s most important prizes.

Thank you so much to the talented team who made my vision a reality, The activist wrote.

In addition to her advocacy activities, Malala has worked on films that advance social justice and education.

She has a history of engaging audiences with great storytelling, as seen in her Oscar-nominated documentary short.

As “Everything Everywhere” wins, Oscars ratings increase once more.

According to the ABC network, 18.7 million people turned in to witness the well-received sci-fi hit “Everything Everywhere All At Once,” which dominated the Oscars television ratings for the second year.

The 95th Academy Awards expect to attract more viewers with Jimmy Kimmel returning as a presenter and several genuine blockbusters among the nominees. Including “Top Gun: Maverick” and “Avatar: The Way of Water.”

The average audience figure represents a 12 percent rise.

Compared to last year’s program. Which is most famously remembered for Will Smith slapping Chris Rock on stage. The average audience figure represents a 12 percent rise.

The Oscars’ lowest attendance occurred in 2021 when a pandemic-era version of Hollywood’s largest award event drew just over 10 million viewers.

The growing trend is a much-needed boost for live award events, which generally lose audiences as they compete for viewers with streamers and highlight videos from social media.

Even still, Sunday’s ratings were the third-worst in Oscars history.

The gala, which featured high-profile musical performances by Lady Gaga and Rihanna, received positive reviews from critics.

The Hollywood Reporter noted that Sunday’s event. Renowned for multiple teary winning speeches and the infamous slap from the previous year, it was mercifully low on drama, movingly rich in emotion.

Variety described the program as “tasteful” but “familiar.”

The New York Times described the performance as “a shrink-wrapped, anodyne exercise” that “kept safely to the script.” Due to the lack of noteworthy surprises or on-stage violence.

The word-of-mouth sensation “Everything Everywhere,” which has made $100 million at international box offices, took home seven awards. Including best picture, Michelle Yeoh became the first Asian woman to win the category.

Yeoh portrays a worn-out Chinese laundromat owner engaged in combat with a supervillain from another world who is also her daughter.

According to the preliminary results ABC released on Monday, the final rating data will be released on Tuesday. (AFP