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Everyone is waiting to here from the Academy on the replacement.

Kevin Hart was given the opportunity of a lifetime when asked to be the host for the 91st Academy Awards, but because of old “homophobic tweets” from 2008 that the Academy found. Hart said he is stepping away from the opportunity and apologized to his fans.

“I’m sorry that I hurt people, Hart said on Twitter. “I am evolving and want to continue to do so. My goal is to bring people together not tear us apart. Much love & appreciation to the Academy. I hope we can meet again.”

Benjamin Lee of The Guardian was one of the first people to voice his dismay with the Academy’s choice.

“Harts obsession with making unfunny, disrespectful and inappropriate jokes about a community he has shown nothing but bile for along with a string of unrepentant responses to any criticism paints him as someone entirely undeserving of a spot on the Oscars stage,” Lee said.

“Stop looking for reasons to be negative…Stop searching for reasons to be angry….I swear I wish you guys could see/feel/understand the mental place that I am in. I am truly happy, Hart said.

Oscar nominations come out on Janurary 22nd and the ceremony and the ceremony is set for Feburary 24th.