Well, it is that time again. Oscar pre parties are happening in Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and Bel Air all this week. But, it is a different Oscars this year, compared to the past Oscars. United Talent Agency decided to cancel their Oscar party to openly protest President Donald Trump's ban on travel and refugees to the United States from seven Muslim nations who are fleeing persecution in their country. The protest was set for February 24 in front of the UTA building in Beverly Hills, CA. United Talent Agency donated $250,000 to the American Civil Liberties Union and the International Rescues Committee to "express the creative community's growing concern with anti-immigration sentiment in the United States." (Quote from James Rainey from Variety)
Besides the anti-support from many of Hollywood's famous actors, actresses and directors of Trump becoming President of the United States, the Oscar parties is still going to be the most sought out parties to attend. It has been known that the parties are elegant, magical, and a great place to network with Hollywood famous actors, actresses and directors and the elite. Some famous Oscar parties to attend are: 1) Chanel and Charles Finch's 8th Annual Pre-Oscars dinner at Madeo, which is the hottest pre-party and celebrates an evening of film and fashion, 2) 27th Annual Night of 100 Stars Viewing Party at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday February 25 at 3:30 PM and 3) 87th Governor's Ball at the Hollywood Highland Center. The last party to definitely attend is the Vanity Fair Oscars Party on Sunday, which has the biggest A-list celebrities.
Here is an excellent video from the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar party on Youtube.
Sean Sorita is a creative and genuine person who currently resides in the City of Angels. I am a freelance writer who enjoys writing about entertainment and other various topics. I enjoy meditating, golfing, and enjoying the beautiful weather in Los Angeles. I also enjoy traveling as well.