Monday, March 8, 2010

Oscars anyone?

I love the Oscars. It is Denice's fault. I don't think she even watches them anymore, but I do, and this year I was pleased to actually have seen many of the movies and known who many of the nominated actors were. But every year I am more than happy to critique everything that everyone wears. And since I have no sense of style, no taste to speak of, and no expertise, it is always a lot of fun.

You had to either love or hate robert downey jr. in his giant blue bow tie. I loved it. If anyone could pull it off it was Sherlock holmes/ Tony Starke. I feel bad for his date though -- someone fed her gown through a paper shredder.

Sandra was absolutely gorgeous and elegant in her gown. Tasteful and beautiful and I pretty much would have loved her in a potato sack.

Guess who I didn't love in a potato sack? Yep. Sarah Jessica Parker.

This might have possibly been my favorite gown of the night. Absolutely stunning! Or maybe it was just Demi Moore. Who knows.

You can order an exact replica of Jennifer Lopez's dress here . Or ask Andy Samberg and Lady Gaga to design something similar for you.

Kathryn Bigelow dressed for Prom Night 2010, Tina Fey dressed for the '80s and Hillary Swank forgot to get dressed.

For once Kristen Stewart forwent dressing as a Lady of the Night (gorgeous!)
while miss Sigorney couldn't pass up dressing as Lady Liberty.

And the Best dressed at the Oscar's goes to......
Vera Farmiga, who, in my most humble opinion, chose a dress daring enough for Hollywood, yet elegant enough for the Academy Awards.

And the worst dressed? Miss Charlize Theron.

mmmm. Cinnabon.

Well, those are my best and worst of the Oscars. But really, who am I to judge? I was in my pajamas. And for some strange reason, craving cinnabon.


Laura said...

I LOVE the oscars too! This year I was smart and DVR-ed it so Dan didn't have to suffer. I loved Sandra's dress and HATED Sarah Jessica Parker's. Ironic that she presented the costume award....

Denice said...

I still watch the Oscars every year, but I have to wait for my parents to video tape it and bring it to me, so I probably won't see it until this summer. Thanks for the sneak preview, though. Now I'll know to have cinnamon rolls on hand as a preemptive measure.

Melanie said...

Awesome! I love Lady Liberty and J-Lo. I just might do that dress the next time we go out. And yes, Charlize's dress is disturbing.

Kelli said...

You are hilarious Kristina. I totally agree with your choices.

Rileigh said...


I was cracking up the entire time! you are hilarious! We should be better friends