Emma Stone’s Reaction To Jimmy Kimmel’s Joke About ‘Poor Things’ At Oscars Has Social Media Buzzing

Emma Stone’s reaction at the Oscars has gone viral after host Jimmy Kimmel cracked a joke at the expense of the nominated film Poor Things.

Throughout the night, clips of the Best Picture nominees played to remind everyone which films were up for the top award.

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After Poor Things was presented, Kimmel cracked a joke, saying, “Those were all the parts of Poor Things we’re allowed to show on TV.”

The camera cuts to Stone, seemingly not happy with the joke. After the moment went viral on social media, many interpreted Stone’s lips as calling Kimmel a “prick,” although that is not confirmed.

Watch the moment below.

During the opening monologue, Kimmel made reference to Stone, and their interaction had been more pleasant. The late-night show host mentioned the Poor Things star as she was nominated for an Oscar for a fifth time.

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“Emma, you were so unbelievably great in Poor Things,” Kimmel said. “Emma played an adult woman with a brain of a child, like the lady who gave the rebuttal to the State of the Union on Thursday night.”

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Kimmel was referring to Republican Katie Britt, who was dubbed “scary mom” over her bizarre speech earlier in the week. Scarlett Johansson mocked Britt on this week’s episode of Saturday Night Live.

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Poor Things won Costume Design, Production Design and Makeup and Hairstyling at the 2024 Oscars before Stone took Best Actress.

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