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Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes “p—– off” Rosie Perez at the Oscars, the actress has revealed.
The three stars, who starred together in 1992’s “White Men Can’t Jump,” took to the stage at the 94th Academy Awards on March 27 to present the award for Best Cinematography. Their reunion at the show commemorated the 30th anniversary of the film’s release.
Perez appeared on “The Daily Show” Thursday night, where host Trevor Noah reflected on the momentous moment with her, Harrelson and Snipes.
“You were one of my favorite moments from the Oscars, just that scene of the ‘White Men Can’t Jump’ cast reunion, it was really cool to see on stage.” said Noah.
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That’s when Perez revealed that she was actually “p—– off at them.”
Turns out it had a little something to do with Perez’s head-turning red Christian Siriano gown.
“Because I just said to them, ‘I’ve got a train, just take it because they backed it off… fluff it, let it go and let me out.’ They said ‘Okay.’ And then I see on the reading that they were holding it cracking the whole time,” Perez said.
“And they were stoned,” Perez continued.
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“I thought it was a joke, didn’t I?” Noah reacted.
“Nope!” the “Flight Attendant” actress insisted.
The photos show Harrelson and Snipes holding Perez’s dress during an onstage presentation. Despite the humorous moment, Perez was praised online for her glamorous look. But her ’90s co-stars weren’t the only ones who made a fashion faux pas at the awards show. Jason Mamoa accidentally stepped on the long train of Perez’s dress while on the red carpet.
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Perez spoke about the moment in an interview with “Entertainment Tonight” later.
“It was funny because he kept getting on my train. I said ‘excuse me, ‘excuse me,’ and he was about to step on it, and I turned around, I saw him bow… It was cute,” Perez said. .
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Besides being glamorous and seeing her former co-stars, the ceremony was also special for Perez in that it was the first time she had been invited back to the awards show in 28 years.
“Not even to sit in the audience, not to present, nothing — and I’m a member,” Perez said. Variety discussing his absence from the show for nearly three decades in 2021. “I love the Oscars. I cheer on my peers, but it hurts. It’s like when your home team doesn’t ask you to come back in the stadium after you got up to bat and hit the home run.”