Don Lemon Gets Humiliated at Oscars as Hollywood Turns on CNN Star

CNN host Don Lemon got humiliated at the Oscars last night as Hollywood has finally turned on the embattled news anchor over his anti-women rhetoric.

Academy Award winner Michelle Yeoh made history last night becoming the first Asian actress to win the Oscar for Best Actress for her role in “Everything Everywhere All At Once.”

During her historic acceptance speech, the 60-year-old Malaysian-born Yeoh called out Lemon for claiming that women of a certain age are not “in their prime.”.

“This is proof that dreams, dream big, and dreams do come true,” Yeoh said.

“And ladies, don’t let anybody tell you you’re ever past your prime.”

The left-wing Hollywood crowd went nuts at the Lemon swipe, signaling a bad sign for his post-CNN career.

Lemon was forced to cover the historic win on Monday’s “CNN This Morning” but producers cut out the part mocking the host from the segment.

“I thought it was particularly reaffirming especially for Asian Americans, American actors, or just Asian Americans in the country,” Lemon said today.

“I thought it was a really important and reaffirming moment for Asian Americans and I hope that you know they feel it in this country and that everyone does.”

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He didn’t comment on the swipe, however.

Lemon said about women earlier:

“I think it’s the wrong road to go down,” he said of Republican 2024 candidate Nikki Haley.

“She says people, you know, politicians or something are not in their prime.

“Nikki Haley isn’t in her prime, sorry.

“A woman is considered to be in their prime in 20s and 30s and maybe 40s.”

“That’s not according to me,” he added after his female co-hosts took offense.

“It’s like, prime. If you look it up.

“If you Google when is a woman in her prime, it’ll say 20s, 30s, and 40s.”

READ MORE: Megyn Kelly Slams CNN for Failing to Fire Don Lemon: ‘Does Someone Have to Grab a Boob for Us to Count Chris Licht?’

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David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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