John Cena gives out costume design Oscar in his ‘birthday suit’

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John Cena’s Bold and Hilarious Nude Appearance at the Oscars: A Night to Celebrate Costumes

The 95th Academy Awards brought a unique and hilarious moment when renowned actor and WWE legend, John Cena, graced the stage in an unexpected way. This prestigious Hollywood event witnessed Cena’s daring appearance, which left the audience and hosts in awe.

During the telecast of the Oscars, the anticipation was palpable when John Cena made an unexpected entrance. To the surprise of many, Cena appeared onstage wearing absolutely nothing, or so it seemed.

The show’s charismatic host, Jimmy Kimmel, set the stage with a bit of Oscars history. He casually referenced an earlier Academy Awards event in 1974 when a streaker interrupted the ceremony. Kimmel humorously suggested, “Can you imagine if a nude man ran across the stage today? Wouldn’t that be crazy?”

From behind the curtains, Cena’s head peeked out, and he expressed his disapproval of Kimmel’s suggestion. “I don’t want to do the streaker bit anymore,” Cena said with a hint of seriousness in his voice. “It’s an elegant event. Honestly, you should feel ashamed right now for suggesting such a tasteless idea.”

The audience roared with laughter as Kimmel persisted, “But John, you’re a wrestler. Don’t you wrestle in the nude?”

To this, Cena confidently replied, “Dude, I don’t wrestle naked. I wrestle in jorts!” The audience erupted with laughter once again as Kimmel quipped, “Jorts are worse than naked!”

Amidst the hilarity, Cena – carrying a large oversized winner’s envelope – walked to the center of the stage. With the audience’s jaws dropped to the floor, he presented the award for Best Costume Design. He emphasized the significance of costumes in a powerful and engaging manner while expressing his appreciation for their importance.

With the help of Kimmel, who later wrapped Cena in a curtain, leaving him much less exposed, they announced Holly Waddington as the winner for Best Costume Design in “Poor Things.”

Now Oscar-winning costume designer Holly Waddington can create something stylish for Cena to wear at the afterparty. This night at the Oscars will undoubtedly be remembered as a testament to the power of humor and the importance of costumes in cinema.