Oscar Pics, by j

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Well, here are my three favourite looks from tonight that gathered my attention…

Number 3:

Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem

She just had a baby and hasn’t lost the pregnancy weight (or as I would call it, a normal weight).  And I like the red flames. Muy caliente.

Number 2:

Electronica artist "Moby" doing an impression of our uncle

Number 1:

Eli Wallach with wife of 63 years, Anne

Eli was given an honourary Academy Award for his acheivement in film.  One role is that of Arthur in the  film “The Holiday” (Kate Winslet and Jack Black? Ok!).  Best part?  They now give the boring honourary Oscar at another event, instead of making us watch it.

Lovely.

P.S. Did anyone understand a word that Kirk Douglas said?  Maybe not the best choice.  Although I did enjoy the f-bomb.

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4 responses »

  1. melissa leo’s slip up was amazing!!! and it was before 9 p.m.!!! what, no delay, oscars?! didn’t you learn from the infamous janet-jackson-nipple-slipup?!
    and also, im glad jim has better teeth than moby, that is a definite plus.
    ~m
    ps. watching oprah’s oscar special now!! just thought you’d like to know, j.

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