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Denzel Washington & Bradley Cooper Support Will Smith After Chris Rock Incident at Oscars Break




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During a surprising moment at the live broadcast of the Oscars on Sunday night, renowned actor Will Smith accidentally hit presenter Chris Rock, leaving him visibly shaken, Your Content has learned.

In a heartwarming display of camaraderie, two-time Academy Award winner Denzel Washington and actor Bradley Cooper came to Smith’s aid during a commercial break.

Following the incident, Will Smith sought solace on the sidelines of the Dolby Theatre, where he was approached by Denzel Washington and Tyler Perry.

The three actors engaged in a private conversation, with Washington offering comforting words to help ease Smith’s distress.

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A glimpse of relief could be seen on Washington’s face as he guided Smith back to his seat.

Noticing Smith’s lingering upset, Bradley Cooper took the opportunity to extend further support to his fellow actor.

Cooper took a moment to console Smith, demonstrating the strong bond shared among Hollywood colleagues.

The incident serves as a reminder of the compassion and solidarity found within the entertainment industry, even during the height of prestigious events like the Oscars, according to MIRROR.

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