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Monday, 27 February 2017

Oscars 2017: VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

All the Oscars highlights including this year's host Jimmy Kimmel's monologue. Oh, you want to see the Best Picture stuff up? That's HERE.

















Wrong Winner Read Out As Best Picture Oscar: VIDEO

OH. My GOD!

The WRONG winners' name was called out at the Oscars just now... it's all Steve Harvey Miss Universe / Sarah Murdoch 'Australia's Next Top Model' style. FOR REAL.



And here are some pics... wow.


Yes, it's true.

It was a monumental live TV fail, with the Best Picture award at the Academy Awards going to the hot favourite movie 'La La Land'... when the movie 'Moonlight' (whispered to be causing an upset but who knew THIS would play out!) was the actual winner.
After reading out the nominations, Hollywood icons Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway opened the envelope and fumbled a tad with it before announcing the Best Picture winner.
While Beatty hesitated a little and seemed a little unsure, he paused and looked at Dunaway, who then glanced down at that all important piece of paper and confidently said: “La La Land”.
The movie's ecstatic producers accepted the award, saying all their thank yous, but then... it was all 'round states of shock (witness Emma Stone's face) when it was revealed the winner was actually 'Moonlight'.
Indeed, Fred Berger, a producer on 'La La Land' was mid-speech... when the chatter happened behind him. Ouchies.
As soon as he cottoned on, Berger said: “We lost by the way, but you know what ...”
Jordan Horowitz, another producer, took over the microphone.
“I’m sorry, no, there’s a mistake. Moonlight, you guys won Best Picture. This is not a joke. Come on. This is not a joke. I’m afraid they read the wrong thing,” Horowitz said.
GOOD GOD. They're only human. We know.
But we can't wait for Steve Harvey's tweet... :)

Oscars: Red Carpet 2017 PHOTOS

It's here!

THE best day of the fashion year.

The Oscars.

All photos: E! Channel.

Telecast on NOW on Channel 9, and repeating later tonight.

Who is your fave so far?




alicia-vikander



scarlett-johansson


Salma Hayek



Nicole Kidman


Janelle Monae


Dakota Johnson


Michelle Williams


Laura Dern




Chrissy Teigen


Octavia Spencer


Emma Stone


Jessica Biel


Dakota Johnson


Ava DuVernay



Taraji P Hensen



Leslie Mann


Karlie Kloss



Teresa Palmer



Gael Garcia Bernal


Isabelle Huppert



Darby Stanchfield


James Dornan


Felicity Jones




Sunday, 26 February 2017

'The Real Housewives Of Sydney': VIDEOS Launch

'The Real Housewives of Sydney'... they really are... something else.

Tonight, they grace our screens, on Foxtel's Arena channel.

Are you ready?

This week, they fronted up to the launch at Otto restaurant in Woolloomooloo and boy did they turn it on. True to form, they were brash, bloody hilarious, and beautiful... and clearly brainy or they can't possibly have been chosen for this show, right? No, that's not a pisstake... these women are smart as a whip and self made millionaires. Kudos to them.


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'The Real Housewives of Sydney' starts tonight on Foxtel's Arena channel, at 8.30pm and will screen every Sunday.

Friday, 24 February 2017

'The Big Deal': Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras VIDEO

This ad.

Everything x infinity.

Acceptance is everything, folks. Not only on superficial social media world, but also in real life.

And especially so in the gay community. By the way, why we need to refer to it as a 'community' and not simply our real life fellow brothers and sisters and fellow humans is... beyond me.

Anyway, enjoy this epic video created for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.

I hope it wins awards and raises awareness and does all kinds of fab things.

But at the heart of it all, I hope it shows that we should love and accept each other all the time. Whether you are family, strangers, anything.

Watch:




Monday, 13 February 2017

'The Real Housewives of Sydney': Extended Trailer

"Talk to my 6 carat diamond you bitch!"

"I have an eight and a half!"

And so begins the dialogue from 'The Real Housewives of Sydney.'

Watch the new trailer here:



'The Real Housewives of Sydney' starts on Sunday February 26, at 8.30pm, on Foxtel.



Sunday, 12 February 2017

Girls: Season Six VIDEO

'Girls'.

Season six. The final one. Ever ever.

That's all fans need to know.

Here is the trailer:


Post event, here is an insider view of season six: