Oscars: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to give speech

When the Oscars are awarded on March 27, there should also be a serious moment at the otherwise happy event: the three presenters of the evening, Wanda Sykes (58), Amy Schumer (40) and Regina Hall (51), want discuss the war in Ukraine.

“I suggested the idea of ​​adding Selenski via video,” reveals Schumer on the “Drew Barry Show”. There is also a connection to the industry: the Ukrainian President was even known as a comedian and actor before he took office. Amy Schumer would like to push through this idea, although according to her there is a lot of pressure from outside to make the show cheerful and not to remind of the crisis situation.