Oscars 2011: We're Live-Blogging 'Em!

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Grab your snack plates and your beverages, and put your pencils down. That’s right, the 2011 Academy Awards (hosted by Anne Hathaway and James Franco) are about to begin — and the time for last-minute tweaks to your Oscar Ballots has passed. (You know you’re just guessing at Best Documentary Short anyway, although Killing in the Name sounds like a winning kind of title, no?) So click through past the jump starting at 8:30 p.m. ET for my running commentary (keep hitting refresh — newest comments will show up at the top) and then head to the comments section to add your own opinions. Y’all ready? Here we go…

11:44 Thanks for hanging out with me tonight, folks! Maybe not the funniest Oscar telecast in recent memory, but lots of deserving winners when it was all said and done. Until next year, when Just Go With It and Justin Bieber: Never Say Never duke it out for Best Picture…

11:39 This children’s chorus is incredibly amusing in its unpolished choreography. (Also, Anne, be careful with those exuberant high-fives…a child might get hurt!)

11:37 Indeed, The King’s Speech takes best picture. “Not an obvious film to back,” says producer Emile Sherman of a film that sounds like broccoli, but totally tastes like chocolate.

11:36 Brace for tomorrow’s headlines: “The King’s Sweep!”

11:34 The montage of images from the Best Picture nominees and the audio from The King’s Speech‘s climactic speech is pretty damn effective.

11:32 Steven Spielberg reminds the nine about-to-lose pictures that they’re all in excellent company.

11:27 Colin also thanks “Harvey, who first took me on 20 years ago, when I was a mere child sensation.” Maybe Ms. Bullock and this guy could team up to host next year?

11:26 Colin is experiencing “stirring somewhere in the upper abdominals which are threatening to form themselves into dance moves, which, joyous as they may be for me, would be extremely problematic if they made their way to my legs before I get off stage.”

11:25 COLIN FIRTH WINS! “I have a feeling my career’s just peaked.”

11:22 Sandra’s Oscar zingers > James and Anne’s Oscar zingers.

11:20 Sandra Bullock, who once starred in a sequel to Miss Congeniality, is now introducing Best Actor nominees at the Academy Awards. Well-played.

11:17 Natalie thanks everyone who ever hired her. And the people on films that no one ever talks about. (Loving the fact that she names ‘em all by name.)

11:16 The Oscar goes to Natalie Portman for Black Swan. (I know…it was folly to root for Jennifer Lawrence.)

11:13 Love that Oscar isn’t skimping on the clips of the Best Actress nominees, though I’d prefer they double their length in place of Jeff Bridges’ tributes. When he says the nominees’ names, it freaks me out! “NATALIE!” (Eeep.)

11:11 That new Dana Delany show looks fun. (Yeah, I’m avoiding discussing Anne and James’ intro to Best Actor/Actress trophies.)

11:06 The award for Introducing Annette Bening With the Least Possible Amount of Energy goes to…James Franco.

11:05 Now THAT is how you give a shout-out to your mother.

11:02 Oscar for Best Director goes to Tom Hooper for The King’s Speech. Can’t be mad at the guy who pulled together that final symphonic masterpiece, and who references the “triangle of man-love” in his acceptance speech.

11:01 ANNE! Why’d you wait so long to break out that hot-ass royal blue gown?!

10:59 Golden Globes didn’t drag like this. Is it the fact that they serve alcohol, or that they also honor TV stars?

10:56 Halle Berry pays tribute to Lena Horne. They should’ve just played Lena’s rendition of “Stormy Weather” instead of bringing out the Celine, no?

10:53 Wonder if they asked for silence, or if they’ve hit the mute button on audience applause? (Probably the latter.)

10:52 Celine Dion singing “Smile” for In Memoriam segment. But is she in her patented bubble of humidity?

10:47 Funniest speech of the night, as Randy tries to follow Oscar rules and not read a list of names. “I want to be good television so badly! I’ve been on this show any number of times and I’ve slowed it down almost every time.” “They only nominate four songs? There’s not one…what about Cinematography, there’s five. You can find a fifth song from someone, But hell with it. Thanks, it might’ve beat me!”

10:46 Randy Newman wins his second Oscar (on his 20th nomination) for “We Belong Together.” The Academy probably should have a Randy Newman chicken.

10:44 Not sure why Gwyneth is standing frozen in one spot, looking nervous as a bunny in a Rottweiler cage, but this isn’t her first time at the awards-show rodeo!

10:43 Gwyneth better come correct in Muppets-inspired attire.

10:42 “Remarkable singer, actress, and woman…Jennifer Hudson.” Alrighty then!

10:41 Is it me or the gowns? Anne’s costume changes aren’t really registering with me.

10:35 Best Fim Editing goes to The Social Network. Oscar Highlight Clip That Made Me Squirm Hardest goes to 127 Hours.

10:34 Best Visual Effects goes to Inception. AS IF it could’ve gone to anything else.

10:33 Is it just me or did that tidal wave clip from Hereafter look crazy fake on TV?

10:31 Maybe I need more wine, but didn’t even break a smile during this Robert Downey Jr-Jude Law back-and-forth.

10:29 Don’t put words in Bob Hope’s mouth. Blech.

10:28 Billy always wanted to do what Bob Hope did. “So I moved to California and bought land in the valley.” Badum-bum!

10:26 Billy Crystal takes the stage. Wondering if he’s thinking he could show these demographic-approved hosts a thing or two about scoring laughs.

10:22 Best Documentary Feature goes to Inside Job. “Three years after a horific financial crisis caused by massive fraud, not a single financial executive has gone to jail, and that’s wrong,” says winner Charles Ferguson, in what is most definitely going to end the night as strongest opening acceptance-speech statement. I need to haul ass and see this doc already.

10:21 Sigh, she’s going the “illuminating the human condition” route, instead.

10:20 C’mon Oprah, ratchet up the energy in the house and give away some free crap!

10:17 Just spilled water on my remote. GAH!

10:15 The Oscar for Best Live-Action Short goes to God of Love. “Oh, I should’ve gotten a haircut,” says shaggy-maned winner Luke Matheny, most endearingly energetic speech of the night.

10:13 Strangers No More nabs Best Documentary Short.

10:12 “Shorts are also the hardest categories to predict on your home Oscar ballot. One missed pick could mean the difference between you ending your night ending in victory or defeat.” –Jake Gyllenhaal

10:11 What’s with James Franco’s stilted teleprompter readings? (Not everything is a performance-art project, dude.)

10:09 #TrueFacts: I am indeed listening to “Candy” during the commercial break. “Oooh-oh, yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah.

10:06 Mandy Moore’s dress is spectacular. But I can’t lie: I wish she was singing one of my fave karaoke jams, “Candy,” instead of this soporific ballad.

10:04 The award for best sound mixing does not go to Oscars for whatever foolery is occurring during Randy Newman’s performance right now.

10:03 President Obama gives a shout-out to “As Time Goes By.” Gwyneth Paltrow is totally gonna give him grief in the next issue of Goop for not picking “Country Strong.”

10:00 Colleen Atwood takes home Best Costume Design for Alice in Wonderland. Sheer black gloves take home my award for Most Unneccessary Accouterment.

9:59 “It was always an ambition of mine to lose an Oscar to Rick Baker. This is better,” says his co-winner, Dave Elsey.

9:58 “That’s gross,” she says, eyeing clips from eventual winner The Wolfman.

9:57 Cate Blanchett in a gown designed in Elfish.

9:55 Marisa Tomei gives a shout-out to Oscar tech types. “Congratulations, nerds!” says James Franco.

9:52 “OFF WITH HIS HEAD!” (Never gets old.)

9:51 Inception also wins for Sound Editing. (But they weren’t really gonna give an Oscar to Tron: Legacy or Unstoppable, were they?)

9:50 Another union shout-out in an acceptance speech. If the orchestra is composed on union members, dude should not get played off, right?

9:49 Best Sound Mixing goes to Inception. Is this really happening? Keep your eye on the top.

9:48 Salt got an Oscar nomination? Seriously? (That’s never gonna sound right to my ears.)

9:46 No f-bombs during Trent’s speech, but some of us haven’t forgotten when he used to try to sneak the naughty word into his song lyrics.

9:45 Oscar goes to Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross for The Social Network.

9:44 Yep, nominees for Best Original Score. (Loved King’s Speech and Social Network here, and stoked that the telecast is giving us a little refresher course in all the nominated films.)

9:43 Movie-theme mashup. This leading up to something?

9:41 Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman. Why is my brain yelling “Awww-stray-len for beer!”?

9:39 Blah blah blah ABC blah blah ABC and Oscars…”help shape the future”…oh em gee really?

9:36 Not every day you hear a Web address mentioned in an Oscar acceptance speech, and have it turn out kinda moving. Visit dickeklund.com, implores Christian.

9:35 Christian Bale’s “forgot wife’s name” turns out to be “too choked up to continue.” Whew.

9:34 Christian says he won’t drop the f-bomb like costar Melissa Leo: “I’ve done that plenty before.”

9:33 Christian Bale thanks David O. Russell for being a “great spirit on set.” Methinks Lily Tomlin would disagree?

9:32 And the award for Best Supporting Actor goes to…Batman!

9:31 Don’t know whether to root for John Hawkes or Christian Bale. Will gladly accept either of the above.

9:30 Hopefully no horses were killed in the creation of Reese Witherspoon’s high ponytail.

9:29 Denmark’s In a Better World wins Best Foreign Language Film.

9:28 Russell Brand gets a bigger laugh for Oscar shtick than at any point in recent SNL hosting gig: “What Helen Mirren really said was ‘Yo! My Oscar winning performance as a queen was much more realistic than Colin Firth’s as a king!’”

9:24 Bless Anne’s heart for gamely fighting her way through this laugh-free “Hugh Jackman stood me up” musical interlude.

9:23 Anne breaks out the tux, and the glittery platform heels. Not a bad look for her.

9:19 “My father always said to me I would be a late bloomer.” –David Seidler, self-proclaimed oldest-ever winner for Best Original Screenplay, for The King’s Speech. “I hope that record is broken quickly, and often.” Nice to hear such a lovely speech from a guy winning for his way with words.

9:18 That was a choice clip from The Kids Are All Right. “Same goes for the micro-managing.”

9:16 Sorkin keeps on talking. WTG!

9:15 Sorkin hat-tips Paddy Chayefsky’s Network, promptly gets threatening-violin-about-to-play-you-off treatment. #WritersLoseAgain. Sigh.

9:14 Rooting for Winter’s Bone for Best Adapted Screeplay. But not surprisingly, it goes to Aaron Sorkin for The Social Network.

9:13 Josh Brolin and Javier Bardem all dressed up for their wacky new Vaudeville act!

9:12 Just found a piece of boef bourguignon on my shirt: The perils of live-blogging and eating at the same time.

9:11 I am dying laughing at that Fancy Feast ad! The fluffy kitten’s eyes demand this response!

9:08 Toy Story 3 wins!

9:06 Time for Best Animated Feature. Anyone else out there spend the last 15 minutes of Toy Story 3 filling their popcorn bucket with a flood of salty tears?

9:04 Best Animated Short goes to The Lost Thing: “Our film is about a creature that nobody pays any attention to, so this is wonderfully ironic.”

9:04 But those kids sure did look pretty!

9:03 Not sure any part of Mila and Justin’s “animated backdrop” shtick worked, from a comedy or understandability perspective.

9:00 “It’s the young and hip Oscars!” says Anne, chuckling about Melissa Leo’s censored moment.

8:58 Melissa breathless, speechless, waving to the balcony seats. “When I watched Kate two years ago, it looked so f****** easy!” Way to drop an f-bomb and still keep it classy!

8:57: Melissa Leo wins! Asks Kirk Douglas to pinch here.
Kirk: “You’re more beautiful than you were in The Fighter.”
Melissa: “Hey, you’re pretty good lookin’ yourself — what are you doin’ later on?”

8:56 Kirk scores another laugh struggling with that blasted envelope, further delaying the announcement. “I will never forget this moment. Three times, and I lost every time.” Awesome.

8:53 Best Supporting Actress time. I understand why Melissa Leo is the front-runner, but isn’t it amazing Amy Adams was just as convincing in The Fighter as she was in Enchanted and Doubt?

8:52 “Where were you when I was making pictures?” Kirk asks Anne, scoring an unexpected laugh with a “dirty old man” joke.

8:51 Holla to Mr. Kirk Douglas, from my hometown of Amsterdam, NY!

8:47 Wally Pfister wins Best Cinematography for Inception. And rightfully so! Here’s hoping summer’s magnificent blockbuster/mind-bender wins a few more prizes, right? (Note subtle shoutout to unions, as well as plea to applauding audience not to delay sure-to-be-cut-off acceptance speech.)

8:46 Nope, Robert Stromberg takes a classy approach, doesn’t call for beheading of rival nominees. Adds jaunty cap to Oscar statuette.

8:45 Oscar for Art Direction goes to Alice in Wonderland. Please let the acceptance speech include the line “Off with their heads!!!!”

8:43 I hate that when I see/hear a Titanic necklace reference, my mind turns to Britney Spears’ “Oops!…I Did It Again.”

8:42 Tom Hanks here to present awards for Cinematography and Art Direction.

8:41 Lesbian subtext in Toy Story 3: “Where’s the dad?”

8:40 Okay, maybe not the world’s funniest opening monologue, but James Franco’s grandma is all kinds of awesome. “I just saw Markie Mark!”

8:38 Anne scores another laugh: “You look very appealing to a younger demographic as well!”

8:34 “Dance of the Brown Duck” is absurdly brilliant. Love that our hosts are sacrificing dignity in favor of comedy!

8:33 Hathaway! Coulda been one of the sisters in The Boxer!

8:32 “Ambien! Don’t mind if I do!” Please let the inside of Alec Baldwin’s mind be awesome!

8:30 Best Picture montage playing out like a lovely, haunting ballet. Bada-da-da-da…I’m lovin’ it.

8:28 I know tonight is all about Important Films, but based on that ad, I’m totally going to go see Source Code.



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Comments (52)

  • Can’t wait! Although I’m pretty sure this will get a bit boring. Gold Globes are so much more fun!

    Comment by Rolfe – February 27, 2011 05:17 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
    • What is the song that played during the montage of the Best Picture nominees? It’s on the tip of my brain and driving me crazy. :/

      Comment by Nancy – February 27, 2011 08:48 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
      • it was Beethoven’s 7th Symphony 2nd movement. My fav piece of all time.

        Comment by pauly734 – February 27, 2011 09:12 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Slezak I’m so glad you’re recapping the Oscars! Your recaps are always much more hilarious than the actual telecasts!

    Comment by Jem – February 27, 2011 05:33 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Is Franco drunk?

    Comment by Sean – February 27, 2011 05:42 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
    • woud be so much better if he was!!

      Comment by Mykey716 – February 27, 2011 06:09 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • This guy could be in the sequel to the King’s Speech

    Comment by Matthew – February 27, 2011 05:46 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Dear Oscars,

    Please bring back Anne Hathaway’s mom. I don’t care how you do it, but do it and this “younger demographic” will stay intrigued.

    Love,
    Elizabeth

    Comment by Elizabeth – February 27, 2011 05:51 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Firstly, I heart you Slezak! Secondly, Anne Hathaway is making me a fan, James needs to step it up!

    Comment by KDub – February 27, 2011 05:51 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • So far we’re reading a solid 8 on the pretentiousness meter.

    Comment by Daisyj – February 27, 2011 05:52 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Have yet to watch Toy Story 3 without crying uncontrollably. I tear up even at the beginning when they’re just trying to get Andy to play with them, not to mention the end, which is where the tears flow freely.

    Comment by Alicia – February 27, 2011 06:10 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Javier and Josh look like idiots

    Comment by Tiffany – February 27, 2011 06:14 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Please keep us advised of other assorted food you find in layers of clothing, nice balance with the over glam Oscar attendees! :)

    Comment by Nicie – February 27, 2011 06:16 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Kudos to Aaron Sorkin for not letting the orchestra throw him off his speech!! I hope David Seidler sticks it to them as well!!

    Comment by Mykey716 – February 27, 2011 06:20 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Can we talk about how awesome that fancy feast commercial was? I cried.

    Comment by Sweet – February 27, 2011 06:23 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • I want James Hawks to win-he is AWESOME.

    Comment by Christine – February 27, 2011 06:32 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • I think that the Brand/Mirren thing was a takeoff of what she and Hugh Laurie did at the Emmys a few years ago… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AO9Z4bAvMU

    Comment by Jess – February 27, 2011 06:33 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
    • Totally, that’s the same thing I thought… Puf cinq :D

      Comment by Alina – February 27, 2011 06:35 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Haha, excellent speech from batty Bale :D

    Comment by Alina – February 27, 2011 06:34 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Christian Bale go choked up!!! Thank god…I thought he forgot his wife’s name for a second…

    Comment by Kristin – February 27, 2011 06:35 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Ok…James Franco sucks, right? Is it just me here?

    Comment by Kristin – February 27, 2011 06:56 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • James Franco could stand there going “blah blah blah” and I’d still love it!

    Comment by Gaby – February 27, 2011 06:59 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Hey, Elfish design is cool :D. Seriously now, I have a crush on that dress, and on Cate as well.

    Comment by Alina – February 27, 2011 07:02 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Someone call Ricky Gervais now… it’s a sad thing when the acceptance speeches are at least twice as exciting as the other stuff.

    Comment by Alina – February 27, 2011 07:04 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • When did Chuck get so hot and who knew he could sing?!

    Comment by Gerry – February 27, 2011 07:08 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
    • Oh, he was always hot, and he’s been singing for awhile. Look for him singing “Proud Mary” on an episode of Less Than Perfect, or the clip of singing MJ’s “The Way You Make Me Feel.”

      While I fell in love with the song “If I Rise” and felt it deserved a win, Zac singing was definitely the Oscar highlight for me.

      Comment by Beth – February 27, 2011 09:21 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Justin Timberlake being auto-tuned for a joke. Why does he sound the same as his albums?

    Comment by Davad – February 27, 2011 07:19 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Go Gregory Brothers! I loved that autotuned musical bit…

    Comment by Laura – February 27, 2011 07:19 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • So I’m watching the start of the Oscar’s with my daughter and it gets off to a pretty good start and then Anne Hathaway starts going on about lesbians, lesbians, lesbians?? Maybe it was an inside joke or something I missed, but I didn’t get it. Just kind of ruined the whole thing for me. I guess I should have known it’s not a family show.

    Comment by Robert – February 27, 2011 07:22 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
    • what’s inappropriate about that?

      Comment by j – February 27, 2011 08:51 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • I laughed more during Billy’s few minutes than I’ve laughed all night at Ann and James. This is why comedian’s make good hosts, not actors trying to be comedians.

    Comment by Sweet – February 27, 2011 07:39 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Nothing says “young and hip oscars” like dick jokes…

    Comment by Kristin – February 27, 2011 07:42 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • 127 Hours NEEDS to win best song.

    Comment by Alina – February 27, 2011 07:43 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
    • Should have yes!! Enough with Randy Newman nopminations, honestly, horrendous.

      Comment by BJ – February 27, 2011 08:04 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • obviously, the failure of “Country Strong” hasn’t ended Gwenneth Paltrow’s singing career……..

    Comment by forrest – February 27, 2011 07:45 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Love your commentary! Didn’t care for the Oscars at all though (unfortunately). YAWN!

    Comment by Melissa – February 27, 2011 08:10 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • I really love Sandra Bullock’s introductions of the nominees. Had they done this earlier, the Oscar’s would not have been such a yawn-fest.

    I have enjoyed Anne Hathaway, but why has Franco been so stiff?

    Comment by mdaily – February 27, 2011 08:25 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Michael Slezak has to be one of the worst bloggers i have ever had the misfortune of stumbling upon. He seems to have found a way to be dissapointed in every aspect of the awards and somehow can not summon the courage to be positive. Fire him from this website.

    Comment by dissapointed – February 27, 2011 08:25 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • come onnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn!
    what about jeff???????????????????????????

    Comment by jeff – February 27, 2011 08:33 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • I’ve enjoyed your live-blogging this evening, Mr. Slezak – it’s livened up an otherwise uneventful broadcast. And I entirely second Bullock and Firth for co-hosts next year. Hathaway and Franco were pretty lame.

    Comment by Beth – February 27, 2011 08:33 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • jef?! :( :(

    Comment by jeff – February 27, 2011 08:38 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Anne is awful. So overrated.

    Comment by dtreo – February 27, 2011 08:40 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • frankly, the best part was the kids singing Over the Rainbow, very touching and unexpected

    Comment by Nicie – February 27, 2011 08:42 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • The comment about the kids chorus was just unnecessary.

    Comment by Seriously? – February 27, 2011 08:44 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
    • i completely agree, very unnecessary.

      Comment by erin – February 27, 2011 08:46 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • They gave away the winner of best picture during the montage by playing the ‘kings speech’ throughout the entire thing…so lame

    Comment by matt – February 27, 2011 08:46 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • fan of hathaway – just a terrible night for franco. Thanks for the running commentary Michael.

    Comment by forrest – February 27, 2011 08:47 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • I actually enjoyed this years awards, wasn’t sure, about the hosts, but found, especially Anne, very refreshing to watch. I think they both did a good, fun job. I really really enjoyed the awards, and what ever made it so different, try and recapture next year…it went fast, wasn’t slow, boring or drawn out….Yes, personal touch…and with the kids coming out….at the end…was a nice
    touch.
    Good Job

    Comment by Cathleen Kincaid – February 27, 2011 08:48 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • You are freaking hilarious! I love you! I want to be your friend!!!

    Comment by Jared – February 27, 2011 08:51 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • jef:(

    Comment by jef – February 27, 2011 08:53 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • I can now believe what I heard about the feud between Natalie and Mila on Natalie’s part. Heard she was upset that Mila was up for a Globe and was worried she’d loose out on her Oscar. Totally snubbed her in her speech. what a stuck up B*****. Kirk was great!! Colin was classy and funny. That last outfit Anne wore at the end was very HOT!! All in all not a bad show. Had it’s moments. Not the best but certainly not the worst.

    Comment by Rusty – February 27, 2011 09:10 PM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • Just came over to read your blog, was posting my own thoughts on FB all night. May have to switch to Twitter so my FB friends don’t all block me. Not the most exciting show, a few surprises but not many. Interesting how all the people from Inception made sure to brag on Chris “over looked again” Nolan. Admit that I actually fast forwarded through the songs. Loved the guy who thanked his mom for doing craft services (same one who commented on the hair cut). Gagged when they referenced Titanic. Interesting that none of the on the street interviews mentioned songs from more than 20 years ago. And I enjoyed the mash-up of the movies, Youtube style – you know the singing thing with Harry Potter and Twilight, the only way to get those movies included (well HP had a couple small noms). Anyway doubt more than 1% of the people watching understood that part. Ann was not too bad, a good sport. James was always an odd pick, he can be a bit wacky, and he was. Finally – who knew Madonna and James Franco wore the same size!?!

    Comment by Sabrina – February 27, 2011 10:07 PM PDT  Reply To This Post

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