Jimmy Kimmel made his Oscar predictions on Saturday, revealing that the world will be a better and brighter place because the Oscars were held on Jan. 11.
He said that, in his estimation, the world would be better off without a war in Syria because it would “give everyone a little time off.”
“You know, there’s nothing more important to me than the Oscars, and that’s why I made my predictions about a year ago.
So the world’s better off now,” Kimmel said.
He also spoke about the future of Hollywood, saying that he hopes the next few years will be as exciting as the last few years.
“I’m not sure I’ve ever seen anything like this,” Kimmel joked.
The comedian’s prediction was made in a video that was shared on Twitter.
He also shared the hashtag #AQA, which he used to promote his Oscars predictions.
Kimmel also shared a few other thoughts on the Oscars.
He suggested that the Oscars will be an “interesting thing” to watch and said that he thinks the “biggest news” in this year’s Oscars will come from the show itself.
He added that he’s “a big fan” of the show and “wants to be on it,” but he didn’t want to “give the show away.”
Kimmick is the first comedian to have his Oscar prediction confirmed, and he said that the show is going to be an interesting experience.
He was also nominated for a best supporting actor Oscar.