The 84th Annual Academy Awards started with Seth MacFarlane’s boob-shaming song routine which got some actresses throwing shade in their seats. But a major highlight was Jennifer Lawrence win and as JLaw got on stage, it was kinda expected of her to take a tumble.
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Posted by Rachel as Awards & Accolades at 5:15 PM UTC on Feb, 25 2008
Missed the awards? Completely clueless as to who was even nominated? Shame, shame, shame. But lest you look like a complete idiot tomorrow, when everyone else is abuzz about who won, what they wore, and what they said, here’s a
complete list of winners and nominees.
Posted by Rachel as Awards & Accolades at 5:10 PM UTC on Feb, 25 2008
Daniel Day Lewis took home the Best Actor trophy for There Will Be Blood. This is the second Oscar for the English actor (the first was for My Left Foot.
While accepting his award from last’s year’s Best Actress winner Helen Mirren, Day-Lewis said, “That’s the closest I’ll ever come to getting a knighthood.”
Best Actress Marion Cotillard won Best Actress for her portrayal of singer Edith Piaf La Vie en Rose. “We’ll, I’m speechless now,” she said. “Thank you, life. Thank you, love. It is true, there are some angels in this city [Los Angeles].” A fantastic feat for someone who couldn’t even speak English before, as she revealed in a charming interview with the New York Times.
Daniel Day Lewis pays moving tribute to Heath Ledger, dedicating his win as Outstanding Male Actor for a leading role â€“ in There Will Be Blood.Â “I never met him. I thought he was beautiful. I just have a very strong feeling that I would have liked him very much as a man. …I admired him very much.”