The British host said the ceremony was “incredibly boring” and that the Oscars “died last night.”
Piers Morgan, the former host of Good Morning Britain, lashed out at the 93rd Academy Awards when he called the Oscars “incredibly boring” in his last column.
The media personality, who constantly attacked Prince Harry’s wife, Meghan Markle, after his interview with Oprah, targeted the world’s largest film awards ceremony in his last writing.
The 56-year-old man called Sunday’s ceremony ‘impossible to see’ as he stated: “the Oscars, as we know them, died that night.”
Piers wrote in his article for Daily Mail: “I would have really been more entertained if I’d seen the trains coming and going.”
He also talked about the attendees, saying he “has seen more famous people at his Christmas drinks party in a pub.”
The star-filled awards ceremony took place in Los Angeles on Sunday. Last year’s winners Laura Dern, Joaquin Phoenix, Brad Pitt, and Renee Zellweger were present at the most esteemed film ceremony in the world.
This year, COVID restrictions have reduced the VIP guest list to just 170 people, out of the usual 3,000 at the world’s largest film awards.
Piers Morgan, however, admitted that Nomadland, winner of the best picture, was beautifully made, but added, “Virtually no one saw it.”