Chris Rock Denies He's Rewriting Oscars Monologue After Race Controversy

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Chris Rock is staying put as the host of the Oscars and he's shooting down reports that he's re-writing his entire monologue in light of the controversy over a lack of diversity at the Academy Awards.

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Rock’s publicist, Leslie Sloane, is refuting claims about re-writing the show.

"Chris has made no decisions about the content of the show. All will be revealed on February 28th,” she said according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Rock had faced calls to boycott the show after the academy failed to nominate a single African-American actor.

On Friday, the Academy Awards announced plans to double the number of female and minority members by 2020.

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