Insurgent Wilson shall be again in her component quickly sufficient — internet hosting the 2022 BAFTAs.
The comic, 41, shared the news on social media Friday, and bantered about what viewers can count on when she hosts the British award present.
“I’m very honoured to be internet hosting the EE British Academy Movie Awards in March, the place Covid will not exist as a result of it’ll clearly have been canceled by then. It’s going to be a lot enjoyable!” she wrote.
“I don’t wanna put any strain on this — I do know I’m not going to be humorous as a result of I’m not fats,” the “Pitch Good” star added. “And moreover, I’m not going to ‘sweat-it’ with nerves as a result of I’ve a peculiar medical situation the place I can’t sweat…or trigger offense to individuals due to my lovely Australian accent.”
Wilson continued, “So mainly I’ll simply be there to hang around with Dame Judi Dench and collectively we’ll each try to bond with Daniel Craig. And sure, I do imply ‘bond’😉.”
“This present shall be an anniversary celebration of some necessary British movie franchises akin to ‘HARRY POTTER’ and never akin to ‘CATS.’ All people’s going to like it, I’m certain! See you guys March thirteenth!” She concluded.
The BAFTAs celebrates one of the best of British and worldwide movie shall be broadcasted on BBC One and BBC’s iPlayer on March 13 from London’s Royal Albert Corridor. Prince William is president of the affiliation and took over the position in 2010 from Sir Richard Attenborough.
BAFTA government Amanda Berry mentioned in a press release, “We’re delighted to welcome Insurgent Wilson as this yr’s host of the EE British Academy Movie Awards. Insurgent has stolen the present at a number of earlier Movie Awards, and we’re massively excited to see her carry her unbelievable charisma and humor to the entire present as we rejoice the easiest in movie.”
She poked enjoyable in 2016 in regards to the attractiveness of Idris Elba and the racism controversy surrounding the Oscars on the time. 2020 noticed the Australian actress joking about COVID-19 masks and her her disastrous movie “Cats.”
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