The Oscars 2022 are almost here! Awards season is in full swing, and over the last few weeks, we’ve seen celebrities grace the red carpets for the return to live events: The BAFTAs red carpet made headlines due to their changes to the dress code, and the stars went all out at the SAG awards. But, the question on everyone’s lips this year is what’s inside the Oscars 2022 goodie bags?
The 94th Academy Awards, hosted at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California, will take place on Sunday 27th March 9 pm (GMT). This year, potential winners include Olivia Colman, Nicole Kidman, Denzel Washington and Benedict Cumberbatch for the top gongs – and while being nominated for an Oscar is exciting enough, whether they win or not the actors will be awarded with goodie bags worth so much money it’ll make your eyes water.
What’s inside the Oscars 2022 goodie bags?
Known as the ‘Everyone Wins Nominee Gift Bag’, it is said to be stuffed with around £76k worth of luxurious goods – including everything from plots of land in Scotland, liposuction treatments, and fancy olive oil with edible gold flakes.
The LA-based marketing company has put together this boujee bag for nominees, with each receiving land ownership and titles – think Laird, Lord or Lady – all-inclusive castle stays complete with private butlers, a year’s supply of beauty products and a £7k treatment at Art Lipo.
Celebs can also expect to find invites to life coaching sessions worth up to £532, perfume, and various nibbles and drinks.
This gift bag isn’t the official Oscars goodie bag, so it’s fair to say that nominees – whether they take the golden statuette home or not – won’t be heading back to their mansions empty-handed.
How to watch the Oscars 2022?
You can easily watch the Oscars in the UK and this year the ceremony will air at 1 am on Monday 28th March. The good news is that you can stream it live via NOW TV. The even better news? You can either take advantage of the 50% off the Entertainment and TV package offer or as a new user opt for the NOW TV 7-day free trial.