LOS ANGELES — The threat of war with Iraq had its first Oscar-related impact Tuesday when the Rodeo Drive Committee decided to postpone its inaugural induction gala for the Walk of Style honoring Giorgio Armani.
And the Walk of Style might not be the only thing canceled. As rumors of war grow, so does nervousness over whether America will want to watch Hollywood stars on the red carpet if U.S. troops are battling in Baghdad. While Academy Award officials insist the Oscars will go on, there are reports that contingency plans for possible cancellation are being developed just in case.
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