Sunday, February 25, 2007


And the Oscar for best acting at the Oscars goes to:

Seriously? Hilarious. Well done, boys.

Ellen's highlights included:

"This has gotta be your favorite part of the night, because right now it's a level playing field. You don't really know who's going to win. Unless you're Britsh, and then you know you have a pretty good shot."

"Let's be honest, it's not that we don't have time for long speeches; it's that we don't have time for boring speeches. So if you don't have anything interesting to say I suggest you make something up. You know, 'I remember when I was a kid growing up in the Bronx.' Even if you weren't from there, people love it when you come from the Bronx. 'They told me I'd never be an actor, cause I couldn't read,' even if you could, you know? Tell 'em you lived in your car! Ooh, they love that."

"There's no rhyme or reason to who is going to win and how they figure these things out. Jennifer Hudson is here tonight, look at that. Jennifer Hudson was on American Idol, America didn't vote for her, and yet she's here with an Oscar nomination. That's amazing, that's incredible. And then, Al Gore is here, America DID vote for him, and then… you know? Very complicated."

"What a wonderful night, such diversity in the room, in a year when there's been so many negative things said about people's race, religion and sexual orientation, and I wanna put this out there: if there weren't blacks, Jews and gays there would be no Oscars. Or, anyone named Oscar, when you think about that."

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