Being a journalist, I will be bringing you Academy Awards updates and observations throughout the evening LIVE! As they happen!
On my television.
We’ll begin with the red carpet, where stylist experts have been providing detailed descriptions of the extravagant fashions worn to Hollywood’s biggest night. For example:
“And there’ Mathew McConaughey wearing a white jacket and black tie. With him is his beautiful wife, wearing a pink dress. Oh, and there’s Jennifer Roberts in a striking dress!”
Wow. Great job, Seal.
21 thoughts on “Live from the Oscars! (on my TV)”
I’d like to stick around for this…but the Walking Dead is on.
Isn’t this the same show?
Considering all the plastic surgery in Hollywood, is there a difference?
lol..i prefer the fake zombies over the fake people any day!
i’m unable to watch, so I’m depending on your play by play to keep me in the loop Ned. Thanks!
This can only lead to disappointment
Does anyone but the designer care who made the dress?
I’m sure their mothers care.
This is some top notch journalism! Keep us posted (so I don’t have to watch it myself, allowing me to see ‘The Walking Dead’, though your readers have a point when they say the similarities are rather striking…)
My wife changed the channel to Walking Dead when I left the room momentarily. It took me 10 minutes to realize it wasn’t the Oscars.
Whether that’s true or not, consider this my second favorite Oscar joke!
Entertainment reporters, man….
is jennifer roberts, julia’s lesser known twin sibling?
Apparently she has a twin sister…?
Even better was Jamie Foxx making lewd comments about his daughter.
What put me over the top was his humming the theme from “Chariots of Fire.” I have had a grudge against that movie ever since it won best musical score over John Williams’ “Raider of thee Lost Ark.”
Hahaha! John Williams was robbed. So was the Raiders costume designer. The Academy chose running shorts and tank tops over one of the most iconic costumes in movie history. Not to mention scores of Nazis, arabs and the Hovitos.
I’d say don’t get me started butI think it’s too late 😉
Judging the Oscars is a lost ark.
They just can’t get it through their thick crystal skulls.