But DeGeneres urged him to host the show during an interview that aired Friday on her talk show. "Let me assess, just sit in the space and really think". "We want him to host, '" DeGeneres says she was told about Hart.
But Nick Levine, a United Kingdom journalist who writes about pop culture and LGBTQ issues, told the BBC: "Like Ellen DeGeneres, I believe in forgiveness and second chances, but I also believe those things need to be earned".
"I've taken ten years to put my apology to work".
"This is to damage the lives that have been invested in me", he asserted.
DeGeneres also tweeted: "I believe in forgiveness".
For defending Kevin Hart and believing in giving him a second chance, DeGeneres was quickly attacked. "And I believe in @KevinHart4real", DeGeneres tweeted Thursday.
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But Behar wasn't feeling it, saying she had a whole list of other people who could host the show - people like Adam Sandler, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Steve Martin - before comparing the situation to Brett Kavanaugh.
The motion picture Academy has not named a replacement host for its February 24 awards show.
Ellen "Spokesperson-for-all-the-gays" DeGeneres has, for some reason, absolved Kevin Hart of all of his sins.
He added, "On my side, I say openly I'm wrong for my past words". "I'm sorry that I hurt people".
The comedian was initially dismissive of the controversy, saying he had preciously addressed the remarks and refusing to apologize again. he then offered a written apology after announcing he had made a decision to step down from the gig. That's why they [The Academy] haven't found another host. Twitter users didn't have to comb through "40,000 tweets" worth of content to find Hart's homophobic jokes as Hart insists. "That was a guy that was just looking for laughs and it was stupid and I don't do that anymore".
Degeneres, who is one of the most notable public figures within LGBTQ community, appeared to be content with Hart's interpretation of the events, and publicly took to social media to give the actor her endorsement. The star allegedly said to Ellen that people were out to ruin him. Either I can move forward or I can't, but you can't grow as a person without mistakes.
DeGeneres continued, "As a gay person".
Within hours of Hart's announcement as Oscars host, those familiar with his history of homophobic jokes and comments began surfacing tweets from his long-running Twitter account, asking Hart and the Academy to reckon with what message Hart as Oscars host sent to the LGBTQ community.