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Andrew Garfield becomes an Oscar meme again

Andrew Garfield becomes an Oscar meme again

Andrew Garfield has become a viral meme at the Oscars for the second year in a row.

THE Spider Man Meme star status came when host Jimmy Kimmel’s monologue referenced Will Smith’s infamous slap on Chris Rock and named several participants who could protect him from the same mishap if it happened, according to of their on-screen characters.

After a series of various actor names, the host highlighted the spider-hero, who gave an awkward smile.

Soon the photo went viral, with one viewer commenting, “One thing about Andrew Garfield, he’ll always deliver Oscar memes.”

“Andrew Garfield, you are all of us!” another wrote.

The actor, who gained meme status after he was seen texting at the ceremony last year, went viral again for his reaction during host Jimmy Kimmel’s opening monologue at the 2023 event.

In 2022, the 39-year-old also became a meme after he was spotted texting at the ceremony last year.

Previously, the actor opened up about the slapping incident during an interview on View.

“I feel so bad because Kevin Costner is presenting the nominees as directors in the most beautiful and elegant way, and I’m like, ‘There’s no way I’m in front of the camera during all of this.’ “

“Everyone is texting me, asking me what the vibe is in the room, and then my friends took precedence over Kevin. I feel really bad about that,” he said. -he adds.

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