Jimmy Kimmel Jokes About Hollywood’s Ozempic Use During Oscars Monologue

During his Oscars monologue, Jimmy Kimmel made jokes about how frequently Ozempic is used in Hollywood.

I can’t help but ask, “Is Ozempic good for me?” said the Sunday’s Academy Awards emcee, pointing out the stunning weight loss in the other corner of the room.

While many celebrities and reality stars flaunted new figures, the drug—meant to treat diabetes—which has evolved into a weight-loss aid has been the subject of debates and accusations.

Kimmel, 55, refrained from mentioning any particular celebrity, though.

Except for some, like “Shahs of Sunset” star Golnesa Gharachedaghi, who went as far as to reveal how she injects herself, very few people have admitted to using Ozempic, the majority have either shrugged off or rejected charges.

“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Kyle Richards has had to deny on numerous occasions using Ozempic to get her fit figure.

“I had never heard of it. I had heard of it when they accused me, but I’d already lost weight by the time I had heard about Ozempic, so it was frustrating to me,” the Bravo personality, 54, explained.

“What I don’t want to get lost in this is that I want to be able to inspire people.”

“I couldn’t help but wonder, is Ozempic right for me?” he quipped.

She continued, “I stopped drinking almost seven months ago, I don’t eat bad, sugar, pizza, doughnuts, carbs … so I’d rather be inspiring than people making up stories about me.”

The Bravolebrity clarified that she slimmed down by working out “for two hours every day.”

“I’ve never tried Ozempic, none of those diet drugs and now hearing that diabetics can’t even get their hands on it, it would be extremely irresponsible to do that so it’s extra offensive to me,” she added.

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