Prepare to be amazed by this astonishing revelation! Revealed how much Oscar presenters are paid

As the 96th Academy Awards gears up for tonight’s spectacle at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, all eyes are on the host, Jimmy Kimmel, set to navigate through a whirlwind of numbers in a single night! Taking center stage as the presenter of this year’s Oscars, Jimmy Kimmel’s role in hosting the most prestigious film award ceremony worldwide is undeniably prestigious. But have you ever pondered over the compensation these revered presenters receive for their duties?

A Hollywood Reporter article from 2013 floated the notion that Oscar hosts ought to fetch somewhere between $15,000 and $25,000 for their efforts. Kimmel, no stranger to the Oscars hosting gig, candidly disclosed the exact figure he received. Post the 2018 awards, he quipped, “I was paid $15,000 to host the Oscars.” Thus confirming the lower end of the spectrum outlined in the Hollywood Reporter piece. Interestingly, Kimmel’s compensation pales in comparison to that of Emmy hosts, who purportedly rake in around $20,000.

As the anticipation mounts for the Oscars, viewers worldwide are eager to tune in. The 2024 Academy Awards will grace screens live from the illustrious Dolby Theater in Hollywood, kicking off today at 4:00 PM local time, precisely at midnight CET.

Now, onto the coveted nominations for the esteemed accolades bestowed by the American Film Academy:

Vying for the title of best actor are illustrious names including Bradley Cooper, Cillian Murphy, Coleman Domingo, Paul Giamatti, and Jeffrey Wright, while in the best actress category, contenders such as Annette Bening, Emma Stone, Carey Mulligan, Lily Gladstone, and Sandra Huller await their moment of recognition. The coveted Oscar for best supporting actor will find its recipient among the likes of Sterling Brown, Robert De Niro, Robert Downey Jr., Ryan Gosling, or Mark Ruffalo, while in the corresponding female category, Emily Blunt, Danielle Brooks, America Ferrera, Jodie Foster, and Dewayne Joy Randall vie for the coveted prize.

In the pinnacle category, the race for the best film Oscar is fiercely contested by noteworthy contenders including “American Fiction,” “Anatomy of a Fall,” “Barbie,” “The Holdovers,” “Killers of the Flower Moon,” “Maestro,” “Oppenheimer,” and “Past Lives.

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