Sunday, March 7, 2010

I Stayed Up Late for This??? Why do I torture myself? At least Mo'nique didn't shave her legs.

Oscar Recap

A Night of Firsts

Red Carpet Snapshots

QUEEN Latifah--she rocks, love the pinkish dress, and she always does well on the red carpet. Side note: Queen Latifah is taller than George Clooney.

The Streep, lovely in white. She looks fantastic. She has been nominated 17 times for the Oscar.

J.Lo--she is wearing a dress and has an extra on her hip. Work that train Jenny from the block!

Keanu Reeves—he cannot grow a beard, it comes in patchy! Shave it Keanu, make it go away, never to be seen again!

Gabourney Sidebe –“If fashion was porn, this is the money shot.”

--referring to her own dress.

Chris March made the dress worn by Meryl Streep—remember Chris March from Project Runway—love him.

Jeff Bridges looks like Col. Sanders—anyone in the mood for chicken?

Miley Cyrus, Shoulders back, girls out! C’mon, this is the Oscars, no slouching! The interviewer said she had mastered the art of comedy, well all I have to say is she is no Lucille Ball! That’s right Miley, I went there!

Sandra Bullock, beautiful shimmering and shiny dress, horrible red lipstick, very distracting Sandy! But she gave a good answer to Barbara Walters when she was asked where does she see herself in 10 years. Sandy said she hopes to be healthy, hopes to have her sense of humor, and hopes to be with the same people in her house now.

Charlize Theron took Princess Leia’s buns and put them on her boobs!

Best Supporting Actor

Christoph Waltz

1st nomination, and 1st win

Animated Feature Film


Best Original Song

The Weary Kind from Crazy Heart

Funniest presenters go to Tina Fey and Robert Downey, Jr.

Best Original Screenplay

The Hurt Locker

Biggest star on the stage during the John Hughes Tribute: Jon Crier or Matthew Broderick? I say Jon Crier—if money equals bigger star, Crier is pulling it in with Two and Half Men, plus his wife put a hit on him!

Best Animated Short Film


(surprise here, I was sure the Wallace and Gromit pic would win)

Best Documentary Short

Music by Prudence

Best Live Action Short

The New Tenants

Funniest Entrance—Ben Stiller as a Na’avi

Best Makeup

Star Trek, duh did you see the competition?

Adapted Screenplay


Best Supporting Actress

Mo’nique, 1st nomination and 1st win

Art Direction

Avatar (was there any doubt?)

Best Costume

The Young Victoria (period pieces are always a shoe-in)

Best Sound Editing

The Hurt Locker

Best Sound Mixing

The Hurt Locker



Best Original Score


Visual Effects


Best Documentary Feature

The Cove

Film Editing
The Hurt Locker

Best Actor

Jeff Bridges

5th nomination, 1st win

Best Actress

Sandra Bullock

1st nomination, 1st win

Best Director, presented by The Streisand

Kathryn Bigelow

2nd nomination, 1st win, and first woman to ever win (how shocking is that—it took 82 years)

Best Picture

The Hurt Locker (had 9 nominations and won 6 Oscars)

Look for my list of the best and worst dressed tomorrow!

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