Tinseltown events never get me bored. These are the events where you can witness the ensemble of stars parade and strutting on the red carpet; I think I could be an E! Correspondent if I were an American who would have pursued his American dreams (erk?). Sadly, the local entertainment world is fulled of ‘kampung-ness mentality” that are badmouthings, black magic practices (involving bomohs a.k.a. shamans), etc. Anyway, back to the real entry – since tis’ is the season of awards-giving; from January stretched to February ; The Grammy and BAFTA Awards ( on the 8th February), Academy Awards (22nd February); Hollywood stars are all gathered to acknowledge their peers on who are taking the coveted recognition for particular years.
Pitt in Tom Ford & Angie backless blue Max Azria.
Angie showcases Khmer transcription tattoo via backless Max Azria.
Since I’ve missed “Golden Globe” on 12th January, I was excited to see “The Screen Actors Guild Awards 2009” – because I’m sure I will not have the chance to see The Oscars a.k.a. Academy Awards this 22nd February. No way I can ever fake an MC as IPDA is VERY STRICT; and somewhat living with my parents, they will be interrogating me. Sheesh~!
The red carpet-interviewing session was hosted by Giuliana Rancic nee De Pandi of E! News and The Daily Ten’s Debbie Menapolaous. The highlight of the event was of course seeing Angie and Pitt gracing the red carpet and you just know that they are the Hollywood Royalties as every stars were all fixated upon them when they arrived. Even Giuliana was a lil’ bit composed when she was interviewing Angie – You know Angie; she’s mysterious, aloof-persona yet she has THAT intimidating timeless beauty; but with Pitt, Giuliana was all bubbly again and she admitted that Angie was a beauty who never gets old. Angie was wearing a blue Max Azria backless gown that definitely showcases her Khmer transcription and dragon tatoos! Yipee!~ Both Angie and Pitt were nominated respectively for “Changeling” and “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”.
Although both lost to- Meryl Streep won for her potrayal as a nun who discovered children abuse in a church covenant via “Doubt”; and Sean Penn via “Milk” as a homosexual activist (kot?); the Brangelina is having an excellent year in their career. And, although I am sure it is hard for both of them to win Oscars, it is a good thing that Angie has already being nominated in Best Actress list for this year’s Academy Awards via “Changeling”. I can’t wait to see “Changeling” probably this 8th February at Jitra Mall (I hope it will be screened here) ! Hahaha.. you’ll be surprise that this provincial area has a better cinema than Alor Star. I would say the cineplex in Jitra Mall is the same league as in GSC Alamanda, Putrajaya. Quite big =).