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Oscar 2022: who was the most tweeted celebrity on the red carpet

The red carpet is one of the times when most users turn to social networks to share the minute by minute of this event. It is the opportunity to comment on the clothing, look, hairstyle and gestures of Hollywood stars.


On Twitter, Andrew Garfield was the most mentioned celebrity, according to data shared by that social network. The conversation turned to the famous actor and producer and also to Zendaya, who came in second place. Both celebrities were very jocular when celebrating the years and their work in spider-man: No Way Home.

The Marvel movie, released in December 2021, was the third installment with Tom Holland in the role of Peter Parker. And the Oscars was the opportunity for Zendaya, representing dunesand the actor nominated for Tick, Tick… Boom! they met.


They did not hesitate to chat, laugh, hug and even take a selfie that fans immediately went viral on the networks. Without a doubt, it was one of the great moments of the red carpet and Twitter echoed it.

The number three spot went to Timothée Chalamet, who stood out for his look in total black: a suit without a shirt. Fourth place went to Kristen Stewart who wore a suit jacket and shorts, an outfit that generated comments for and against. What became clear is that her aesthetic did not go unnoticed.


Other looks that attracted attention was that of Ariana DeBose during the ceremony, who wore a Valentino model, with a red top and wide-leg pants, which she accessorized with a cape that fell from her arms.

And red brought her luck as she goes home with an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for her performance as Anita in West Side Story60 years after Rita Moreno won for the same role.


Much has been made of what Hollywood celebrities could do to show their support for Ukraine in the face of Russia’s invasion, without hype or preaching. In the end, some chose blue ribbons labeled #WithRefugees (with refugees).

Some signed on to the campaign, backed by the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), including songwriter nominee Diane Warren, last year’s Oscar winner for best supporting actress Youn Yuh-jung and “Halloween” star Jamie Lee Curtis.

The actor Jason Momoa added a handkerchief with the colors of the flag of Ukraine to his completely black suit.

As for the presentations, among the most Tweeted was Beyoncé, who opted for a presentation that has already been described on that social network as an act of female empowerment in the fight against global racism that even people of African descent who live in the United States.

The daughter of Beyonce and Jay Z, Blue Ivy, was during the presentation and was part of it. Wearing the colors like her mother, she did not sing but she did dance and continued the political message that has already been applauded on social networks since the singer has shown on more than one occasion that “she does not do things out of commitment.”

Comments were also highlighted regarding Charm, which won the Oscar for best animated film The Disney film portrays a family displaced by violence and whose members all have a special gift. Inspired by ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’, it is also a critique of family dynamics.

The presentation of Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell also gave people something to talk about. It is that they stayed with the Oscar for “Best Song” for No Time To Die. They thus dethroned two caterpillars by Lin-Manuel Miranda, by the singer Sebastián Yatra.


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