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Nicole Kidman becomes a meme after Will Smith hits Chris Rock on stage at the Oscars 


Nicole Kidman pulls wild animated faces in the front row at the Oscars and becomes a meme for Will Smith’s attack on Chris Rock

Nicole Kidman has inadvertently become a meme after Will Smith slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars on Monday.

A photo of the 54-year-old actress looking shocked at the awards show soon went viral on Twitter, with fans commenting her reaction was universal.   

‘Nicole Kidman should win the Oscar for Best Reaction To Will Smith Slapping Chris Rock,’ tweeted one viewer. 

Shock horror: Nicole Kidman has inadvertently become a meme after Will Smith slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars on Monday

Shock horror: Nicole Kidman has inadvertently become a meme after Will Smith slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars on Monday

‘Nicole Kidman reacting to the Chris Rock and Will Smith incident at the #Oscars. A NEW MEME IS BORN,’ added another.

Wrote one fan: ‘Nicole Kidman and her husband having a front row seat watching Will Smith slap the s**t out of Chris Rock.’

Following the astonishing incident, ‘#whatjusthappened’ started trending on Twitter, with one person commenting: ‘Nicole Kidman was all of us at that moment’.  

Whack: A photo of the 54-year-old actress looking shocked at the awards show soon went viral on Twitter, with fans commenting her reaction was universal. Pictured, Chris Rock (left) and Will Smith (right) during the Oscars

Whack: A photo of the 54-year-old actress looking shocked at the awards show soon went viral on Twitter, with fans commenting her reaction was universal. Pictured, Chris Rock (left) and Will Smith (right) during the Oscars

‘Nicole Kidman’s reaction to Will Smith slapping Chris Rock is literally me reacting to everything that has ever happened,’ added another. 

Will, 53, stunned the star-studded audience and movie fans alike when he walked onto the stage and smacked Chris, who was presenting the award for Best Documentary.  

The 57-year-old comedian appeared to have made a joke about Will’s wife of 25 years, actress Jada Pinkett Smith, suffering alopecia when the actor took offence.

Shocking: Will, 53, stunned the star-studded audience and movie fans alike when he walked onto the stage and smacked Chris, who was presenting the award for Best Documentary

Shocking: Will, 53, stunned the star-studded audience and movie fans alike when he walked onto the stage and smacked Chris, who was presenting the award for Best Documentary

‘Jada, I love ya. G.I. Jane 2, can’t wait to see ya,’ Chris told the crowd, referring to the 1997 film, G.I. Jane, which starred Demi Moore with a shaved head. 

As Will turned and made his way back down to his seat in the front row, a shell-shocked Chris told the audience: ‘Oh wow. Will Smith just smacked the s**t out of me.’

After sitting down again, a furious Will warned Chris to ‘keep my wife’s name out your f**king mouth,’ as the audience sat in stunned silence.

Stunning scenes: As Will turned and made his way back down to his seat in the front row, a shell-shocked Chris told the audience: 'Oh wow. Will Smith just smacked the s**t out of me'

Stunning scenes: As Will turned and made his way back down to his seat in the front row, a shell-shocked Chris told the audience: ‘Oh wow. Will Smith just smacked the s**t out of me’

Will later returned to the stage to accept the award for Best Actor for his role in King Richard, in which he portrayed Venus and Serena Williams’ father.

The tearful actor apologised for his earlier behaviour without directly addressing Chris in his acceptance speech.

‘I want to apologise to the Academy. I want to apologise to all my fellow nominees. This is a beautiful moment and I’m not crying for winning an award,’ he began.

Winner: Will later returned to the stage to accept the award for Best Actor for his role in King Richard, in which he portrayed Venus and Serena Williams' father

Winner: Will later returned to the stage to accept the award for Best Actor for his role in King Richard, in which he portrayed Venus and Serena Williams’ father

He added: ‘I’m being called on in my life to love people and to protect people and to be a river to my people. 

‘I know to do what we do, you got to be able to take abuse. You got to be able to have people talk crazy about you. 

‘In this business you got to be able to have people disrespecting you. And you got to smile and you got to pretend like that’s okay.’  

Saying sorry: The tearful actor apologised for his earlier behaviour without directly addressing Chris in his acceptance speech

Saying sorry: The tearful actor apologised for his earlier behaviour without directly addressing Chris in his acceptance speech

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