Brie Larson has awkward interview about Oscars moment with Casey Affleck during 'Live With Kelly' interview


Brie Larson is done talking about that 2017 Oscars incident.

The blonde beauty made headlines after refusing to clap after presenting Casey Affleck with the Best Actor award. She has remained tight-lipped about the incident since then.

But the 27-year-old actress appeared on "Live With Kelly" on Thursday morning to promote her new film, "Kong: Skull Island" -- and obviously hosts Kelly Ripa and Christian Slater couldn't help but ask her about the controversial incident.

Slater asked if the Oscar-winning actress had an "out of body" experience when she was onstage as a presenter, alluding to the controversial moment with Affleck. The "Room" star quickly ended all conversations about the topic with a frank response:

"'I am grateful it was televised because I have no memory of it," Larson explained. She then flashed a big smile, signaling to the hosts she was ready to move on to the next topic.

After the awkward exchange, she had no problem gushing about good pal Emma Stone's Best Actress win for "La La Land."

And while Brie has remained mum about her onstage move, it hasn't stopped people from speculating that it was a silent protest against Affleck. The "Manchester by the Sea" star has made headlines due to two women alleging that he sexually harassed them while filming "I'm Still Here." Both lawsuits were settled out of court in 2010.

The issue of sexual harassment hits close to home for Larson, who played a victim of sexual abuse in "Room."

She has also dodged talking about her onstage Oscars move during a recent interview with Vanity Fair, saying that her action "speaks for itself."

"I've said all that I need to say about that topic," she added.