He told ABC that he was no longer willing to discuss the anti-gay comments he had made on Twitter in 2010 and 2011, which caused the uproar that led him to step down as host, saying his previous explanations and apology were sufficient.
On Monday, Jan. 7, Hart went on his Sirius XM radio show to address the overall controversy.
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"I'm over it", he told Strahan. "There's no more conversation about it". He adds: "I'm riding with you guys". If you don't see that, then that means it's a problem with you. "You're not getting me".
'If you keep feeding this energy, then it's going to grow, ' he said. But once they did, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have botched the response, yielding a how-not-to class in public relations and stewardship of the entertainment industry's most prestigious award. Unless, of course, the Academy changes their minds again at the last minute - but at this point, we're only 46 days from the ceremony, and asking anyone to take such a high-profile job with so little time to prepare seems near-impossible.
The US comedian and actor pulled out of hosting the award ceremony in December amid controversy over homophobic tweets he posted nearly a decade ago.
The outlet reported that, as of this writing, neither producers nor the Academy have reached out to one single host to step into Hart's shoes. "I don't want people to think there's a thing between me and the Academy, because there isn't".
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Hart said that the backlash Ellen DeGeneres received for supporting him proved that there was "no ending". "You will not hear me say anything else about it ..."
During his hit on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Hart notably did not apologize and drew ire from many who noted that he was playing the victim card.
Later that day, Hart quit ― and apologized for the homophobic tweets. For instance, LGBTQ advocate and journalist Don Lemon criticized Hart's appearance on Ellen and said he believes the actor can use his celebrity to be a voice of change against homophobia. "So if people choose to continue to let it grow, then do what you got to do". "I love The Academy, I love everybody that's involved with the process of building the Oscars and making it".
"If the fight from the LGBTQ community is equality, that's the fight".
Banque Mondiale : le président Jim Yong Kim démissionne
Kristalina Georgieva , l'actuelle directrice générale de la Banque mondiale, assumera sa succession à titre intérimaire à partir du 1 février.