Wow…attractive, married Royals being attracted to each other? Why, I NEVER! I think these photos have shed some more light on the fact that William and Kate are truly into one another, and being the Official Royal Dork that I am, I love it!
Let’s do some body-language dissecting, shall we? During yesterday’s Team GB’s gold medal win of the sprint cycling competition, right in FRONT of everyone’s BACKS, Wills grabs Kate by the waist with both arms while facing her. Notice Kate’s perfectly exposed belly as she grins from ear to ear. I say gotdaaayum. And William’s face? I need smelling salts to take this all in. Could they really be that excited about a cycling race?
The look on Kate’s face reminds me of someone…
Lovely show of affection, kids. I hope The Queen doesn’t admonish you for this behavior!
Here’s your list of Oscar winner’s, y’all! Did you watch? Were you going insane from all the commercial breaks? We you amused by Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin? TELL me!
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR – Christoph Waltz
BEST ANIMATED FEATURE – Up
BEST ORIGINAL SONG – “The Weary Kind” (Crazy Heart)
BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY – The Hurt Locker
BEST ANIMATED SHORT – Logorama
BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT – Music By Prudence
BEST LIVE ACTION SHORT – The New Tenants
BEST MAKEUP – Star Trek
BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY – Precious
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS – Mo’Nique
ART DIRECTION – Avatar
BEST COSTUME DESIGN – The Young Victoria
SOUND EDITING – The Hurt Locker
SOUND MIXING – The Hurt Locker
CINEMATOGRAPHY – Avatar
ORIGINAL SCORE – Up
VISUAL EFFECTS – Avatar
BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE – The Cove
BEST FILM EDITING – The Hurt Locker
BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM – The Secret in Their Eyes
BEST ACTOR – Jeff Bridges
BEST ACTRESS – Sandra Bullock
BEST DIRECTOR – Kathryn Bigelow
BEST PICTURE – THE HURT LOCKER
Mo’Nique gave a lovely speech…and a badass speech, at that.
“I would like to thank the academy for showing that it can be about the performance and not the politics,” said Mo’Nique, who plays the heartless, abusive welfare mother of an illiterate teen in “Precious”.
Word. I believe Mo’Nique was referring to the fact that she was widely criticized for not participating in the press junkets for “Precious”. So WHAT. She has twin boys and a TV show. She said in an interview, “I played an a terrible mother in a movie, and I’m not one in real life”…or something like that, and I respect her for that. I hope everyone is watching Mo’ discuss her childhood sexual abuse on The Barbara Walters Oscar Special. She says about her abuse, “Let it go, Mama. It ain’t that heavy.”
Wow. I wish I had her number.
It was a fun night here…Live Tweeting, Patrick was here with Stephen and me and the dogs.