Kevin Hart slams criticism of past tweets: "I'm done apologising!"

Lewis Collier
January 11, 2019

I'm over the moment. if it's accepted, great, and if it's not, it's nothing I can control.

The debacle on the Academy's hands is one entirely of their own making, shot through by their sycophantic love affair with all things left-of-center and politically correct.

The gig has been up in the air for weeks after Kevin Hart stepped down from the role due to backlash over unearthed homophobic comments he made ten years ago.

Kevin Hart arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" in Los Angeles.

Kevin Hart has made it clear that he will not host the Oscars. "I'm not saying I've changed anymore". An anonymous awards show and live events producer told the outlet: "The people who produce that show are hogtied by the Academy, who as a group are not willing to change very much".

"I'm sorry that I hurt people", he tweeted at the time.

Hart continued to answer combatively after Strahan asked if he had any "understanding" of how LGBTQ youth could have been affected by his words.

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"I've done it several times and I've tweeted it, I've talked about it when I went on Ellen and on the radio show - I'm just done". "I've done all that I can do". "I understand you", he continued, adding that he hopes the LGBTQ community can forgive him and accept he's a different person from the one who sent those tweets nearly a decade ago. I am evolving and want to continue to do so.

Hart appeared on Ellen Degeneres' show recently, and Degeneres voiced her emphatic support for Hart to come back as the host of this year's Oscars.

"It shows me that there is no ending to it. I did it. I'm over", Hart told Colbert.

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"I would like to call myself a perfectionist, so when I do something I want to be able to give it my all". I understand life and in life you have ups and downs.

He said: "I'm done with it". "If you keep feeding this energy, then it's going to grow".

But while it was a huge year for recognising cinematic classics - the lesson from the 1989 Oscars is that going hostless is a truly bad idea - and even an Anne Hathaway/James Franco hosted show is better than a rudderless Oscars ship.

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