OSCARS 2010 honors talent and not politics
Sunday night Oscars have once again shined in full Hollywood style. An impressive elegant decor with many 70′s touches. In a long time, many could grasp ”this is about talent and not politics” as Winner of the Best Supporting Actress Mo’Nique said in her acceptance speech. I would also add, the 2010 edition was not about Haute Couture and the ”standard” diva. Young Gabourey Sidibe, the leading actress of the movie PRECIOUS was the ”BEST DRESSED” and the winner in the hearts of millions, in a ”cinderella role” as Oprah said in her presentation speech. Sandra Bullock who actually won ”BEST ACTRESS in a leading role” deserved her prize fully !
The Academy has eventually given in to public likes and followed the instincts of opinion makers such as Oprah Winfrey. If it was not for Oprah, PRECIOUS would not have been pushed to stardome.
Tom Ford has once again proved he is not only the BEST DRESSED male figure but also the most talented designer at understanding what people look for in luxury fashion. Demi Moore was the most elegant and sexy female at this year’s Oscars, looking better than she used to, at the helm of her career more than a decade ago.
Kate Winslet wore a dress which seemed purposely chosen to highlight the most amazing diamond necklace.
Least inspired gowns: Mery Streep, Charlize Theron, Jennifer Lopez, Vera Farmiga
Worst dressed: Sarah Jessica Parker, Tina Fey, Maggie Gyllenhaal