What to Expect from the 2023 Oscars: Performances, Presenters, and More

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The 2023 Oscars will take place on March 12th and will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. Rihanna will perform “Lift Me Up” from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and several nominees will perform their songs. Presenters will include Halle Berry, Harrison Ford, and Nicole Kidman.

The 2022 Oscars were groundbreaking, with several historic firsts, but what can we expect from the 2023 ceremony? Here’s everything we know so far.

When and where will the 2023 Oscars be held?

The 95th Academy Awards will take place on Sunday, March 12, 2023, at the Ovation Hollywood (formerly the Dolby Theatre) in Los Angeles. The ceremony will be broadcast live on ABC from 8:00 PM ET, as well as on various streaming services.

Who will host the 2023 Oscars?

Jimmy Kimmel will be returning to host the Oscars for the third time. Kimmel previously hosted the awards in 2017 and 2018. He will be following in the footsteps of Amy Schumer, Regina Hall, and Wanda Sykes, who shared hosting duties in 2022.

Who will perform at the 2023 Oscars?

Rihanna is set to perform “Lift Me Up” from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever at the 2023 Oscars. The performance will follow her highly praised Super Bowl halftime show. In addition, three other nominated songs will be performed: “Applause” from Tell It like a Woman, “Naatu Naatu” from RRR, and “This Is a Life” from Everything Everywhere All at Once. Unfortunately, Lady Gaga will not be performing “Hold My Hand” from Top Gun: Maverick due to her filming schedule.

Who will present at the 2023 Oscars?

The 2023 Oscars will feature an all-star lineup of presenters, including Halle Berry, Harrison Ford, Nicole Kidman, Mindy Kaling, Eva Longoria, Kate Hudson, Andie MacDowell, Elizabeth Olsen, Pedro Pascal, John Travolta, Dwayne Johnson, Ariana DeBose, and many more.

What will the 2023 Oscars ceremony look like?

Although little is known about the format of the ceremony or the order of play, the Academy has confirmed that all 23 categories will be included in the live telecast. This is a departure from the 2022 ceremony, in which eight categories were presented off the air. Bill Kramer, the CEO of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, has promised that the ceremony will celebrate all components of moviemaking in an entertaining and engaging way.

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