Ahead of Oscars Jimmy Kimmel talks about insulting people | Pro Hub of News

Jimmy Kimmel, set to host the Oscars for the fourth time, recently shared his apprehensions about hosting such a crucial event.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the late-night host discussed his concerns about potentially offending people during his hosting duties.

“I have a fear of facing a quiet audience, but I don’t operate with the intention of making people upset,” the 56-year-old explained. “I’m not interested in hurting anyone’s feelings, but some people are more sensitive than others, and you have to accept that.”

Kimmel added, “You can’t tailor your monologue around that. While I’m not aiming to be hurtful, not everyone will appreciate all the jokes.”

The Academy Awards are scheduled to air on ABC at 7 p.m. ET on March 10th.