Oscars 2023: Why was Morgan Freeman only wearing one glove?

Oscar viewers noted that Morgan Freeman wore a single glove during Sunday’s (March 12) ceremony.

The Shawshank Redemption Star presented a Warner Bros. 100th Anniversary Sizzle reel alongside Margot Robbie at the 95th Academy Awards.

Freeman took the stage with a black glove on his left hand, leaving some fans confused.

The 85-year-old actor previously revealed his left hand was paralyzed after a serious car accident in 2008.

Freeman had to be cut out of his vehicle and flown to the hospital by emergency responders after his vehicle overturned several times on a Mississippi freeway.

“They had to use the jaws of life [hydraulic cutters] to get him out of the vehicle,” said an editor of a local newspaper The guard at that time. “He was clear, conscious. He once chatted and joked with some of the rescue workers.”

Morgan Freeman and Margot Robbie speak onstage during the 95th Annual Academy Awards

(Kevin Winters/Getty Images)

As a result, Freeman has to wear a compression glove to keep the blood flowing in his left hand.

“I suffered nerve damage and it hasn’t gotten any better. I can’t move it,” he said told People in 2010.

“If you don’t move your hand, it will swell. Do you know that you move your hand about a million times a day?”

He also told it esquire that the condition causes pain “up and down the arm.” That’s where it gets so bad. Pitiful”.

The full list of 2023 Oscar winners can be found here.

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