"Ladies and gentlemen, our next presenter needs no introduction." So he didn't give her one. That was MacFarlane, not introducing Best Actor presenter Meryl Streep.
As she walked the Oscars red carpet she was surrounded by long flowing locks and cascading ringlets. But Charlize Theron was alone amongst the women with her simple short hair. And the actress had no regrets - telling Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet that shaving her head is the most 'freeing thing' she's ever done. 'It's the most freeing thing, I highly recommend it. I think every woman should do it.'
[The Daily Mail]
British singer Adele added an Oscar to her collection of Grammys and Brit awards last night, as she won in the best original song category for the Skyfall theme. However, according to a backstage interview, the singer has even bigger plans ahead.
The Oscar producers promised it would be "a very special performance," and they and Barbra Streisand delivered. The iconic singer-actress-producer-director returned to the Academy Awards stage to perform for the first time at the event since 1977.
Catherine Zeta Jones, Shirley Bassey
It's been a decade since she won an Oscar for her role as Velma Kelly. But Catherine Zeta-Jones, 43, proved she can still bring plenty of razzle dazzle to a performance at Sunday's 85th annual Academy Awards in Hollywood.
[The Daily Mail]
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