So, did you stay up later last Sunday to catch the Oscars?
Nope. Me neither.
What used to be one of the most important nights of the year has faded into obscurity in recent times and that isn't the fault of the films - it's the fault of the people who make those films.
It wasn't long before the hashtag #OscarsSoWoke started trending and that was as predictable as it was tedious.
Joaquin Phoenix made some mumbling speech about everything from gender and racial diversity to the evils of drinking milk. Brad Pitt spoke of the impeachment trial. Natalie Portman wore a dress with the names of women directors sewn into it. Because, you know, whatever.
It also, like the previous week's Baftas, had a vegan theme and attendees were encouraged to "use their privilege to make the world a better place".
It was all rather cloying and deeply insincere. After all, few industries cause as much damage to the environment as Hollywood and that's before you factor in all the hot air spewed during awards ceremonies.
It was also a visceral reminder of one important fact - people don't care what actors think. They want to see them act.
Yet in today's super-woke climate, it seems that performers have somehow convinced themselves that they are valuable activists and the rest of us should pay attention to their drivel. It also shows that they still don't get it.
If celebrities actually had any real influence, then Hillary Clinton would be in the White House and Jeremy Corbyn would be in Downing Street.
They had a virtual army of actors and musicians endorsing them but the voters ignored them.
Stick to the acting and leave the speechifying at home...