At the 14th Governors Awards ceremony on November 19, 2023, Angela Bassett will be one of four recipients of honorary Oscars, according to a statement made today by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS).

Because of her “transcendent performances that set new standards for acting,” Bassett will receive this honour. Bassett has had two nominations for Academy Awards. She received an Oscar nomination in 2022 for her performance in the film “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” as Queen Ramonda.
This year’s special Oscars will go to Mel Brooks, editor Carol Littleton, and Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award winner Michelle Satter.

Being an actress, Bassett has a lengthy history and is highly skilled in her field. Among the films in which she has starred are “What’s Love Got to Do with It,” “Boyz n the Hood,” “Malcolm X,” and “Waiting to Exhale.” She has also made guest appearances on a number of other TV programmes, including “Grey’s Anatomy” and “American Horror Story.”

Bassett received an honorary Oscar for her contributions to the film industry and her talent. It was well ago that these two things get acknowledgement. She truly is a hero, and her contributions will continue to motivate people for many years to come.
In a statement, Bassett said she was “humbled and honoured” to get the prize, emphasising the term “humbled.” “I’ve been very fortunate to have a long career in both films and TV,” the woman remarked. “It’s been a great time,” “I’m thankful for the assistance of the many talented people I’ve worked with over the years in receiving this award.”


Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California will host the 14th Governors Awards ceremony. As its host, Tracee Ellis Ross will be in charge of the gathering.

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