Michelle Williams insists there is no rivalry between Oscar nominees

Michelle Williams is adamant there are no bitter rivalries between Oscar nominees.

Michelle Williams is adamant there's no sense of rivalry at the Oscars

Michelle Williams is adamant there’s no sense of rivalry at the Oscars

The ‘Brokeback Mountain’ star has been nominated for an Oscar five times over the years and was recently nominated for Best Actress at the 2023 ceremony for her role in ‘The Fabelmans’ – and now she has lifted the veil on the process rejecting the idea that there is any form of “competition” between those who compete for the coveted gongs.

She told Yahoo! Entertainment: “Fortunately, I don’t think it’s [rivalry] what it feels like on the inside… It feels like you’re in a room full of people who share a common love, and that’s the energy that exists from actor to actor.

“If it looks like a competition, maybe that’s what it looks like from the outside, but that’s not what I experience with my peers. I feel a lot of warmth, friendly feelings and support for everyone’s work.

At the 2023 ceremony, Michelle lost the Best Actress Oscar to Michelle Yeoh who won for her role in ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’. Other nominees in the category included Cate Blanchett, Ana de Armas and Andrea Riseborough.

Michelle, 42, received her first Oscar nomination at the age of 25 when she received a Best Supporting Actress nod for ‘Brokeback Mountain’ and recently revealed she was shocked at the attention she got and didn’t know where to go. next in his career.

During an appearance on ‘Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist’, Michelle explained: “It was really annoying after that. [the Oscar nomination]. Like, what are you doing? What do you do after?

“I had never really had any attention on me before in this way, and I think that attention can be kind of unsettling…Before that, I didn’t think anyone really paid attention or cared. really as much… Now it feels like, ‘Well, people are watching. What if I make a mistake? It’s really scary. What would happen to me?

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