The big night celebrating Movie, stars and fashion is over and now that we had time to digest the whole thing, it is time for a debrief.
First things first, the red carpet. I am generally over exited to see the stars coming and see what they are wearing.
Jimmy Kimmel on ABC’s little video which wanted to be humoristic turned out to be disrespectful and sour. He should look at the way he dresses before making fun of the public at home watching the show. What did you say Jimmy? Those who live in a glass house shouldn’t through stones…
Then, Ellen Degeneres, the host. No singing, no big opening number, her monologue fell flat. We all started chatting in front of the TV, not paying attention to what she was saying, not good at all for someone hosting the Oscars. The pizzas delivery was not really funny but the major moment was the big selfie which broke a regram record.
She also should get a new stylist, she’s always wearing the same outfits at the jacket of the first one wash’t even fitting. Oh, and Ellen, we know that “life is boring, wear sneakers” but an overdose of sneakers is boring too…
Best acceptance speech of the night, Jared leto, who was the first actor to receive his Oscar, Best supporting role. Ok, I am absolutely partial when it comes to Leto, a divine mix of “Jesus Christ Super Star” and rock star, always looking 25 and who can resist those eyes? I could do with chin long hair though…Giving an hommage to the teen age high school drop out who tough Jared and his brother to follow his dreams and dream big was extremely touching, specially after seeing the mom’s teary eyes. Encouraging people to live their lives the way they want, love who they want and not be judged for that was right on too
The Pharrel Lupita dance party was one of the highs of the evening too. Lupita looked absolutely divine in her ice blue Prada plissé gown and really seemed to enjoy herself. Meryl Streep showed some very nice moves too while Jennifer Lawrence, who already stumbled on the red carper, stayed nicely put in her seat to prevent some major dress problems. The reps at Christian Dior Couture are not known for their sense of humour. Pharell, I LOVE your song but, please, find a new hat.
Except the fact that no one seamed to be able to memorise his or her lines, hey actors, feel free to memorise your 4 line speech next time, the ceremony was overall a hit as my predictions were right.
More touching acceptance speech? Lupita Nyong’o, winning the statuette for her best supporting role in “12 year a slave”. She was genuine, sincere, touched and simple… Very refreshing
I was thrilled that Cate Blanchett took home the Oscar for Best Actress but her speech was a tad too long and she looked better dressed in “Blue Jasmin” than last night as she looked a little like a loose disco ball. But don’t get me wrong, she is absolutely gorgeous even wearing a potato bag.
Angelina Jolie looked like a sequinned potato bag too. Her pewter-gold Elie Saab dress made her look matronly and though it was a nice break from last year’s peeping leg it didn’t do anything to her figure. I prefered by far the black Ateliers Versace that she wore a few days ago while receiving an honorary oscar for her humanitarian work.
I also was delighted to see Matthew Mc Conaughey take the Oscar for Best Actor as his role is “Dallas Buyers Club” but he was so fidgety and whirled up inuring his speech. A few push ups backstage would have simmer him down a bit. He is absolutely gorgeous, but a total piece of work.
And last but not least, most gorgeous woman was Charlize Theron, absolutely stunning in a black mermaid like Christian Dior Couture gown.
In the A list best dressed actresses were Kate Hudson in a divaesque white shimmery Ateliers Versace gown. She should tell her mom, Goldie Hawn, to stop borrowing her dresses and mimique her hair style though…
Sandra Bullock was absolutely gorgeous in a navy bustier Alexander Mc Queen gown and a total stunner at 49 years old!!!!