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Stephen Fry to horde Baftas again

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It was not a initial time Fry had quit Twitter

Stephen Fry is to horde a Baftas again, notwithstanding quitting Twitter after his remark during this year’s eventuality about dress pattern leader Jenny Beavan.

The comic came underneath glow after joking she was dressed like a “bag lady” during February’s ceremony.

Following a criticism, he tweeted that she was a “dear friend” who had got a joke.

The Baftas take place on 12 Feb 2017 during a new venue for a event, a Royal Albert Hall.

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Beavan’s other films embody The King’s Speech and Gosford Park

It will be a twelfth time Fry has hosted a UK’s biggest film ceremony, that has formerly been hold during London’s Royal Opera House.

Fry pronounced he has not “slammed a door” on Twitter after final year’s incident, though pronounced a site had turn a “stalking belligerent for a sanctimoniously self-righteous”.

Beavan, who won a Bafta for best dress pattern for Mad Max: Fury Road, came on to a theatre in Feb wearing a black leather jacket, white t-shirt and dim trousers.

Following her acceptance debate and once she had left a stage, Fry said: “Only one of a good cinematic dress designers would come to a awards dressed like a bag lady.”

But he posted a design of a span during a celebration after that night to uncover his criticism had not been taken badly.

‘Creative collaboration’

Next year’s rite will underline Cirque de Soleil, that will be in chateau during a Royal Albert Hall during a time of a awards.

Bafta arch executive Amanda Berry said: “I am anxious we have a event to work with Cirque du Soleil during a deteriorate during a Royal Albert Hall, and have no doubt that subsequent year’s rite will be all a some-more enchanting for this artistic collaboration.”

Nominations for a Baftas will be announced on 10 January.

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