Both Meryl Streep and Ashton Kutcher made their feelings about the 45th President of the United States very clear, sparking a backlash from some.
A source told The Sun: "Having 15 back-to-back Trump speeches would be a disaster and would take complete attention away from the films."
They continued: "Nobody wants to tell the stars what they should or shouldn’t say and bosses expect the odd reference.
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"But the last thing they want is a string of political rants — particularly with Trump’s UK visit and his Muslim ban in full flow."
There is reportedly going to be a two-hour delay between the London ceremony and when it airs on BBC One.
The insider added: "They’ll have no choice but to edit if the stars launch personal attacks or bring up issues such as racism."
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Last night, the BBC told the newspaper that it aims to fairly and accurately reflect award-winners "passionately held views".
The 2017 EE British Academy Film Awards will take place on February 12.
Express.co.uk has contacted a representative for the BBC asking for comment.