Monday, January 25, 2010

Golden Globe Extras: dresses award show were "stolen", reused, donated, hid the hairy legs

As usual, the real Golden Globes has eclipsed the red carpet dresses. Some dresses were pretty, some were confused, and some were kind of sad. And of course everyone has an opinion. U.S. People Weekly love rehash of the battle against Jen Angelina, and claim that Aniston Jolie stole search. Angie wore her beige Versace dress slit several months before Jen wore Valentino to the Golden Globes, so apparently has the style, and nobody else can show your legs. If you must know, we're not big fans of either watch, but this rivalry should be put to rest!

What seems silly is that Demi Moore jumped out in the event all together. "Feeling sick and have a bad day!" The actress wrote on Twitter. Well, if you were sick, I definitely would not want hundreds of cameras to break our image in the red carpet, but we can only dream of attending the awards ceremony of luxury! It seems a shame to lose the opportunity. (Her husband Ashton still present at the event and presented the award for best actor in a comedy series alongside Jennifer Garner.)

Next: Sophia Loren recycled clothing! Gasp! Listen guys, when Miss Sophia Loren took the stage to present the award for best foreign film received a standing ovation. It even has a little goose bumps. At 75 years old Loren still looks impressive and attractive, and may even go out with glasses of sparkling sleeves and pink tones rare. She is an icon! And if you want to start a dress from her closet to wear to an awards ceremony that was once a cocktail in London, we are sure they will not complain. This is a recession after all!

As for those who buy (or borrow?) Dresses new: many of them will keep their computers up for auction to benefit the earthquake victims in Haiti. Meryl Streep, Olivia Wilde, Josh Brolin, Amy Poehler, and Gerard Butler are all working with artists for peace and justice in a public auction and 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Haitian people. "It's my way of making all the madness in a positive fashion," Olivia Wilde told Extra. Hopefully, more stars will join in this great cause.

And if that is of equal importance, the New York Daily News, seems concerned with the hair on the leg of Mo'Nique. The "Precious", the actress gave a very moving speech, and dedicated his trophy to the victims of abuse, but NYDN think you should have spent less time on his acceptance speech and had taken a razor to my legs. Seriously people, get a life. If she does not mind, maybe we should not either.

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