Viewers have criticised the Oscars for omitting certain individuals from the In Memoriam segment of the broadcast.
During the ceremony at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday (March 12), John Travolta introduced the In Memoriam section to remember those from the film industry who have died over the past year.
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At the end of the segment, a QR code was shown where viewers could find more of those lost over the past year on the Academy’s website.
The absence of certain individuals from the televised broadcast, however, has sparked some criticism among viewers – especially Charlbi Dean, who played a lead role in Best Picture nominee Triangle Of Sadness.
“She was the lead in a best picture this year and you don’t add her to the in memoriam?!?! RIP Charlbi Dean,” one viewer wrote.
Others not included in the broadcast include Leslie Jordan, Anne Heche, Tom Sizemore and Paul Sorvino. You can check out more reactions below.
Pretty wild how Charlbi Dean from best picture nominee TRIANGLE OF SADNESS was missing from the In Memoriam segment: pic.twitter.com/Eqk2oCJJ6g
— Reyna Cervantes (@Jfcdoomblade) March 13, 2023
she was the lead in a best picture this year and you dont add her to the in memoriam?!?! RIP charlbi dean pic.twitter.com/TUEYoG4CSZ
— sugar lips (@iamsugarlipsss) March 13, 2023
— Hunter Bolding (@HunterBVideo) March 13, 2023
— Chicago Vince (@ChicagoVince) March 13, 2023
— Jordan Woodson #TheKillerSweep (@jordanjwoodson) March 13, 2023
Dean died aged 32 in New York on August 29 last year from bacterial sepsis. Along with Triangle Of Sadness, the South African actor starred in Spud and superhero series Black Lightning.
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