Celebrities: Emma Thompson stressed at the Oscars – Panorama

Emma Thompson, 63, the British actress suffered from the buzz and buzz after her Oscar win. “Both times I had to do the Oscars, I was sick, very seriously ill. Before and after,” he told the Radio Times podcast. At the time, the pressure and spotlight was too much for her, Thompson explained. “It’s not something I really like.” After that, she would like to lie down in a dark room and she would think: Please don’t ask me any questions. “It was horrible. I quickly got kind of allergic. But that’s part of the job.” The Hollywood actress did not say anything about her ill health at the time. Thompson won an Oscar for her role in Howard’s End in 1993, and in 1996 for writing Sense and Sensibility, in which she also starred.

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Joan K. Rowling, 57, the British author and creator of Harry Potter, has little to worry about his literary legacy. Fans said she had “ruined” her legacy, she said on the podcast “The Witch Trials of JK Rowling.” What will my legacy be? I’m going to die anyway, now I’m taking care, I’m walking around thinking that I’m taking care of the living. Rowling has been labeled transphobic because of her views on gender identity. Rowling said on the podcast that she’s not uncomfortable with criticism, but “never intended to offend anyone.” In a 2020 article on her website, she wrote, “If you open the bathroom and locker room doors to every man who thinks or feels like a woman…open the door to any man who wants to come in.” His stance led to calls to boycott the Harry Potter series.

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Julie Black, 45, Canadian singer, exchanged a word. During an NBA game at Salt Lake City Stadium, he changed the lyrics to Canada’s national anthem. Instead of “our home and native land” he sang “our home in the native land”. In an interview with the BBC, Black said he stopped singing the national anthem “O Canada” a few years ago after anonymous graves were discovered on the grounds of former boarding schools. During the 19th and 20th centuries, Aboriginal children in Canada were taken from their families and sent to government-sponsored boarding schools. Several thousand children are said to have died there. When she was asked to sing the national anthem at a basketball game, she took note of the lyrics. “Our home is our homeland is a lie,” said Black. “Our home in the native land is true.”

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Suki Waterhouse, 31, is a British actress and singer who sometimes wonders about her relationship with actor Robert Pattinson. “It shocks me that after five years I’m still so happy with him,” she said in an interview times. “I’m always so excited when I see a text from him on my phone, and I think he feels the same way.” Before they became a couple, Waterhouse was in a relationship with actor Bradley Cooper.

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