One of the most pivotal aspects of the Oscars 2021 is its red carpet pre-show. The Red Carpet pre-show has been an important part of the Oscars event because it shows us the glamours and class of the attendees. It is also the best chance to see your favorite stars up close and possibly the cool quick interviews of them.
This year’s Oscars will also be amazing. The “Oscars All Access” will be available exclusively on Twitter. All you need to do is to follow the Twitter of Oscars and tune in when the red carpet starts.
Twitter will broadcast the 90-minute show of Red carpet live from Dolby Theatre and Union Station in Los Angeles. In these 90-minute windows, you will be able to see your favorite stars walk on the red carpet with their fantastic entrance.
As for the Twitter users, you can follow @TheAcademy Twitter account. @TheAcademy will be broadcasting the 90-minute show of the red carpet live. It will take place on Sunday, April 25, 2021, starting from 6:30 p.m. ET or 3:30 p.m. PT.
Twitter is not the only party involved in this red carpet show. It has been confirmed that the show is produced by the ABC which joins with Twitter and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
The provider of this pre-show is “Oscars All Access”.
Oscars All Access will showcase the red-carpet highlights, interviews, and behind-the-scenes access to the events which are prominent and prevalent around the world. Oscars is definitely one of the movie industry’s biggest awards.
Just like with the previous red carpet pre-show, the viewers can participate in such fun activities. Ones can submit the questions for the nominees, presenters, or performers by using the easy-to-remember hashtag #OscarsAllAccess. The viewers will have a chance to ask them the questions in real-time. If you’re lucky, your tweets will be shown on the show.
@Academy’s Twitter opens the direct-messaging experience to invite Twitter users to predict the winners of Oscars and share their thoughts. There are 23 categories that you can predict. When you join this activity, you will be able to see the updates in real-time.
Twitter will be hectic at that time but you will easily find your fellow movie fans there and it will be fun.
Those who are expecting to watch the show from their TV device can tune into the ABC. The Oscars event itself will start at 8 p.m. don’t forget to tune into your favorite channel and don’t miss the Oscars.