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Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson and Michelle Pfeiffer to receive Miss Critics' Choice Awards after testing positive for COVID-19

Hollywood stars such as Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson and Michelle Pfeiffer will not appear at this year’s Critics’ Choice Awards Pressed after COVID- tested positive Program issued.

A Farrell representative confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter

Inisherin Banshee star, nominated for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor after signing COVID-. Farrell’s win for best actor in a comedy or musical came less than a week after the pair appeared at the Golden Globes on Tuesday.

The Searchlight Pictures film will enter the Critics’ Choice Awards with nine nominations. These included Farrell and Gleeson, as well as Barry Keoghan and Kerry Condon; Best Director and Best Screenplay, two honors each, went to writer-director Martin McDonagh; a Best Picture; one for Best Ensemble Performance; and One of the best comedies.

Pfeiffer, she should have introduced her The Fabulous Baker Boys co-lifetime achievement star Jeff Bridges on Instagram Sunday before the show shared her news. In her message, she expressed her sadness at not being able to attend in person before congratulating the night’s nominees and celebrating Bridges’ talent.

“I’m so sorry for missing the Critics’ Choice Awards today,” she wrote. “Extremely disappointed not to have seen @thejeffbridges receive his Lifetime Achievement Award. Pauline Kail said it best – “He (Jeff) may be the most natural, self-conscious actor ever. “Has lived. It’s what all actors strive for and Jeff has done it every time…every role he’s slipped into.”

Farrell and Gleason aren’t the only nominees who will miss out on the award after testing positive. Everything Everywhere All On Once star ) Jamie Lee Curtis revealed on Friday that she also tested positive and will not be able to cheer on her cast and crew at the awards show.

The Best Supporting Actress nominee took to Instagram to express her frustration with her diagnosis. “Fucking COVID-19! Sadly, the cheerleader simply won’t be cheering on her friends and co-workers at the weekend festivities,” she captioned a photo of a triple-test positive. “Live the way you live.”

COVID testing and proof of vaccinations and mask requirements are a mixed bag this awards season, and some events don’t require it at their live ceremonies Anything, while other awards, like the Golden Globes and Critics’ Choice Awards, require testing, proof of vaccination or both.

Moderated by Chelsea Handler, No. 28 Critic of the Year The judging ceremony will be held Sunday at Fairmont Century Plaza in Los Angeles and will air on The CW beginning at 7 p.m. ET.



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