Vanity Fair Hosts 2021 Pre-Oscars Virtual Charity Event
The hottest Oscar party in town has turned into a three-night extravaganza that anyone with a spare $ 50 can access.
Oscar fans know that Vanity Fair has traditionally hosted Hollywood’s most prestigious and exclusive party, where stars, movie legends and new Oscar winners can mingle and dance the night away.
However, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the magazine’s editor-in-chief Radhika Jones has decided to hold virtual interviews and game shows from April 13 to 15 – with tickets starting at just 19 $. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Motion Picture & Television Fund’s coronavirus relief efforts.
“We wanted to focus on the industry, and in particular, on the factions of the industry that might not necessarily have been able to work steadily over the past year,” Jones said. Hollywood journalist of the decision to join the MPTF. “It was very present in my mind, especially around this time last year, when it all stopped.”
Michael B. Jordan, Laura Dern, Amanda Seyfried and Gal Gadot are just a few of the A-listers willing to sit down for interviews. Meanwhile, eight-time Oscar nominee Glenn Close will take an exclusive closet tour and Sacha Baron Cohen will take viewers through a “Stage Anatomy” for his 2020 Oscar nominated films, “The Trial of Chicago 7” and “Borat Next Film.
On a lighter note, Jessica Alba and Kelly Rowland have teamed up to take part in what has been described as a “rousing tour” of “Never Have I Ever”, while musicians Alana Haim and Este Haim take on Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma. Taccone in a quiz.
And what about next year’s Oscar bash?
“We will come back with the bells. We can’t wait to celebrate in person, ”Jones promised.
Vanity Fair’s three-night live cocktail hour tickets are available for purchase here, and the events will be available for replay on demand until April 22 at 12 p.m. ET.