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2018 OSCARS: Chadwick Boseman Serves Up King T’Challa Realness On Red Carpet, And Also Thanks Denzel Washington

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Chadwick Boseman stepped out on the red carpet at the Oscars serving up T’Challa vibes. See the hottie on the carpet, plus what he said about Denzel Washington inside…

How could he NOT show up to the biggest night in Hollywood and not give us some T’Challa feels?! It just wouldn’t be right.

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The King has arrived! Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman had our panties in a bunch when he first rolled up to the Hollywood & Highland Center tonight. In the best way.

The 42-year-old was giving us all types of Black Panther T’Challa realness on the carpet. By the way, the black superhero film is still DOMINATING the box office, raking in over $700 million globally in the first two weeks.

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This couture Givenchy blazer look is totally something T’Challa would have worn in Wakanda, right?

On the carpet, he caught up with ABC's Michael Strahan where he talked about how he's dealing with the pressure after Black Panther's massive success.

“I don’t feel pressure right now," Chadwick said. "I’m just having a lot of fun. I love seeing everyone dressed up and saluting. It hasn’t stopped yet.”

He also dished on thanking Denzel Washington for paying his way to go to the University of Oxford.

“It was a fun conversation. The first thing he said was, 'You owe me money!' It was so deep I can’t even go into right now about what happened and what’s about to happen. Only things he can say.”

 

And just so y'all know the Wakanda love is real:

 

Loves it. Next year, we expect Chadwick to be back on this carpet as a nominee. 

 

Photos: Getty/Wireimage

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