The BAFTAs got off to a starry beginning, with any semblance of Greta Gerwig, Florence Pugh, Joaquin Phoenix and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, shimming their way down the practical honorary pathway. Be that as it may, observers were disillusioned with Brad Pitt, who was expected to visit, neglected to appear, refering to a “family matter”. In spite of his nonattendance, he won the night with an honestly humorous message about Brexit – and a less amusing one about Prince Harry – in his acknowledgment discourse for Best Supporting Actor.
Peruse out by his co-star Margot Robbie, Brad’s message began: “Hello Britain, heard you just got single – welcome to the club”. Clever AF. Next, he said he was going to name his BAFTA grant “Harry” in light of the fact that he was anticipating “returning it to the U.S.” Too far and away too early, you’d think, yet Prince William and Kate Middleton, who were sat directly by the stage, discovered it exceptionally entertaining.
This isn’t the first run through the Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood entertainer transformed his acknowledgment discourse into a comedic occasion. At the SAGs a month ago, he kidded about adding the honor to his Tinder profile and how the job of double Cliff Booth was a genuine stretch for him. “The person who gets high, takes his shirt off, and doesn’t continue ahead with his better half”. That was that night his get-together with Jennifer Aniston sent the web into nostalgic overdrive.
Rebecca Sapp/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
The Harry joke aside, we’re so here for being in a club with Brad. Everyone’s eyes on what he does one weekend from now at the Oscars, where he’ll more likely than not win as well.