At 52 years old, Regina King has this physical status:
Angela Bassett is a golden girl as she leads star parade with Demi Moore and Olivia Wilde at Schiaparelli and Neiman Marcus cocktail bash
Jimmy Kimmel is set to host the Oscars for a third time. The Academy confirmed the news in a tweet on 7 Nov., writing, "Introducing your 95th Academy Awards host, Jimmy Kimmel. Welcome back!" Kimmel, who also hosts "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on ABC, previously hosted the cinema award show in 2017 (the year "La La Land" was erroneously announced as the best picture winner before it was corrected to "Moonlight") and 2018. In 2019, the show moved to a "hostless" format, where multiple celebrities took on traditional hosting duties, like introducing presenters and nominees, throughout the night. The last hostless ceremony happened in 2021, which was also a much smaller affair thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2022, the Oscars were hosted by Amy Schumer, Wanda Sykes, and Regina King together.
"Being invited to host the Oscars for a third time is either a great honour or a trap. Either way, I am grateful to the Academy for asking me so quickly after everyone good said no," Kimmel said in a statement.
People asked what I cared about and I said, “Financial Literacy” I recently had a chance to virtually meet the amazing young people of the kollab_program, a workforce development program in LA. Seeing them and learning about their goals has been a highlight of my wellsfargo partnership. Wells Fargo donated $1M to Kollab to create a space for children to understand what financial health really is. I know from experience that if you understand how to budget and spend, your chances of success are much greater. Empowering that chance in a young person’s life is why I care. Learn more about the Kollab program. #sponsored #linkinbio
My mom always told me to be careful of how much money I spent in comparison to what I saved. I want to pass that on. Financial literacy rates are falling in the US, especially among Black youth. I was delighted to speak with jasminebrowley and essence about wellsfargo’s $1M donation to inspire more Black youth to join kollab_program, a workforce development program that exposes underserved kids in my hometown of LA to different career opportunities that can provide financial health and stability for kids who may never have believed those pathways were within reach. I was born and bred in LA, so Wells Fargo’s investment into Kollab’s work is something that resonated very deeply with me. Check out the great work. #linkinbio #sponsored