Macaulay Culkin Hilariously Live Tweeted the 2018 Oscars — Without Actually Watching Them

Macaulay Culkin Hilariously Live Tweeted the 2018 Oscars — Without Actually Watching Them

He may have been been painting his toenails instead of watching the ceremony, but Culkin still had opinions.

By Jenny Berg
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On March 4, while many were watching the 2018 Oscars, Macaulay Culkin had other stuff to do. Sure, the actor donned a tuxedo in honor of Hollywood's big event, but instead of kicking back with some popcorn to watch the red carpet arrivals and then tune in for all the speeches, the Home Alone star tended to some other tasks. Namely, he made ramen, played video games, painted his toenails, and played with some toys. And he managed to accomplish all this while live tweeting the show. So, how did that work?

Early in the evening, the 37-year-old shared his intention with fans: “I will be live tweeting the Oscars tonight, but I won’t be watching them. WHA!?! That’s crazy! Question: Do you guys have any suggestions for what I should be doing instead of watching the show?” he wrote. 

And though he ultimately found lots of things to do to occupy his time — things that didn't include flicking on the TV — the actor did stick to his promise of posting prolific comments on social media.

Take a peek at some of his most hilarious live tweets, which take on everything from Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein to the Roseanne revival

Culkin's got jokes, all right! What do you think: should he host next year's ceremony? Then again, he may be busy making ramen ...

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