Elizabeth Banks apologizes for losing her voice while presenting at the Oscars 

Actress Elizabeth Banks has issued an apology to fans after losing her voice while presenting at the Oscars earlier this year.

The Hunger Games star took to social media to express her regret for the incident, which occurred during her opening monologue at the 92nd Academy Awards.

Banks wrote on Twitter, “I apologize for losing my voice at the Oscars. It was a stressful night, and I was so honored to be asked to present. I’m sorry for any confusion or distress this caused.”

The apology came after Banks received criticism for her presentation at the ceremony, which was met with mixed reactions from viewers. Some praised her for her comedic timing, while others criticized her for not carrying out her duties properly.

The incident occurred when Banks began to introduce the first award of the night, Best Supporting Actor. Her voice began to falter and she had to pause her speech several times. She eventually lost her voice and was unable to finish her presentation.

The actress later explained that she had lost her voice due to a combination of nerves and the excitement of the night. She thanked fans for their support and reassured them that she would do her best to make up for the incident in the future.

The apology was well-received by fans, who praised Banks for her humility and professionalism.

Elizabeth Banks has been one of the most visible faces of Hollywood in recent years, appearing in blockbusters such as The Hunger Games franchise, Pitch Perfect and the Lego Movie franchise. She has also directed several films, including Pitch Perfect 2 and the upcoming Charlie’s Angels reboot.