Am I the only person on Earth who watched Sunday's Screen Actors Guild Awards? No one will discuss the show with me, and I'm dying to dish.
Like what the hell was Mickey Rooney doing there. He was supposed to present some mini-series awards and Gramps was acting like he was receiving one. Then he made some lame vaudevillian joke and announced the winner.
Fabulous. If I could be any celebrity, I'd totally be Queen Latifah. Well, the Queen was attending to important matters of state, but no one filled Mickey in. He just stood there, scanning the crowd saying, "Miss Latifah? Miss Latifah?" as celebrities stifled laughter.
Who the hell is Ruby Dee? Someone help me out. She got a standing ovation and can't read cue cards. Poor Josh Brolin had to introduce the "In Memoriam" section, where we're reminded of all the celebrities who have died in the past year. Immediately, everyone thought to themselves, OMG, Heath!
They did it all classy-like with the Shawshank Theme and cut to commercial at the end. I mean, who wants to see Eva Longoria and Zac Efron present the award for Best Male Performance in a Comedy or Variety Show right after we're all reminded about death?
Nice call, SAG Awards. I wish you woulda thrown Mickey Rooney in there, just for laughs.
I'm delighted that Tina Fey won, and even more delighted that the Cast of the Office won. Stanley was standing up there beaming from ear to ear. I don't know why they let Pam accept the award, with her boring speech. I'd have loved to see Dwight do it in character...