Alessandro Lequio attacks Emma Stone for going "in disguise" at the Oscar gala: "For this reason alone they should withdraw her statuette"

During the early hours of this Monday, the biggest event in international cinema took place: the 96th edition of the Oscar Awards.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
10 March 2024 Sunday 17:25
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Alessandro Lequio attacks Emma Stone for going "in disguise" at the Oscar gala: "For this reason alone they should withdraw her statuette"

During the early hours of this Monday, the biggest event in international cinema took place: the 96th edition of the Oscar Awards. The ceremony took place at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles and the film Oppenheimer was the big winner of the night, taking home seven statuettes, including best film, best direction and best actor.

And another of the big winners has been Emma Stone, who won the award for best leading actress for her role in Poor Things. And she was the one who got Alessandro Lequio's fury while they were commenting on the gala on the Let's See program.

The actress went to the red carpet to collect her award in an aquamarine green Louis Vuitton dress with a train and a peplum that caught everyone's attention. However, it seems that she has not entirely convinced Count Lequio. "For me, the elegance this year is a bit fair," she began to relate.

"I haven't seen any spectacular dresses, but several more typical of an American high school party and not the Oscars," she said. But he has been especially hard on the winner. "This lady, Emma Stone, who is dressed as a character from Alice in Wonderland, well no," he attacked.

After this, he wanted to make one thing very clear: "For that reason alone they should take away the statuette." And, as she has stated, she prefers to stick with the choices of other actresses. "I loved Zendaya, I loved Jennifer Lawrence..." she added.

And all this came after the show brought to the table the problem that Emma Stone has suffered just before they announced her name as the winner. "My dress is torn. I think it happened during the performance of I'm just Ken," she said during her speech.

An incident that has caught everyone's attention when we see how the zipper on her corset was completely broken. After joking about it, the actress moved everyone with her speech. "And I feel honored to share this with all the cast members, with all the crew members, with each and every one of the people who have poured their love, their affection and their brilliance into the making of this film," she said. she.

But the real moment that made everyone present break into applause was the final thanks: "I want to thank my family, my mother, my brother Spencer, my father, my husband, Dave, "I love you very much (...) And most importantly, to my daughter, who is going to be three years old in three days and has turned our lives into technicolor. I love you more than the whole sky, my girl."