Jeremy Renner Doesn’t Get a Standing Ovation at the People’s Choice Awards, Fan Livid Online

The stars were at the People’s Choice Awards on Sunday. Fans received a special surprise when actor Jeremy Renner presented the first award of the night. Renner had been out of service after an incident with a snowplow in 2023.

“The fans are great. I must say it feels good to be back. This year has been a great journey and I am happy to be here with you, the fans, you are the best,” he said.

Seeing Renner back in front of the public is something to be happy about. But some fans pointed out that the ‘Avengers’ star didn’t get a standing ovation and voiced their opinion.

“Not giving Jeremy Renner a standing ovation after almost losing his life for being a real-life superhero is a choice,” one fan said.

“How come people didn’t stand up and give Jeremy Renner a standing ovation when he came on stage to present? The man only survived being run over by a snowplow… no big deal,” said another.

Renner breaks silence after snowplow incident

It’s a miracle what Renner was able to present on Sunday. A little over a year ago, the actor was crushed by a snowplow. Renner was trying to help his nephew out of the snow when his Sno-Cat ran him over. Renner told Entertainment Tonight that his rehabilitation has been a one-way street.

“[I’m doing] Probably 90 percent of all the things I needed to do… I guess I’m looking forward to another six months. [more]…I have to set goals. “I’m going to do everything I can… whatever it takes to get better, to get stronger,” Renner said.

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“This recovery is a one-way street. The rest of my life is about health and wellness. Recovery will be part of the rest of my life, so I’m looking forward to it. There is always something to do to improve, to be stronger, to be happier, to be healthier, and that is what I hope.”

The ‘Avengers’ star speaks badly of his recovery

Some of Renner’s injuries included eight broken ribs in 14 places, a broken right knee and a broken left leg. Although his recovery has been a long road, the famous actor says he is happy to serve as a “barometer” for other people.

“I’m glad I can be a barometer for someone. I’m glad I could inspire someone. If all I have to do is get better, I mean, I did it for my family. My healing allowed their healing to begin, so I guess that happened to other people too. I never expected my voice or my healing to speak volumes to so many people, but I’m glad it does,” she said.

“It makes me feel fair. It makes me feel like I can never be lazy. I can never have a bad day. I’m quite blessed. It’s a great honor”.

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