Skip to main content

The Next Oscar Host

This is straight from Zap2it, but I was reading this earlier today. I don't know if they've picked an Oscar host yet, but who would you like to see up there? And no, you can't pick Hugh Jackman because he said he aint doing it. meh. Life goes on, but gosh darn that man can sing.

QATFYG: (these are the zap2it picks. If you're beau or gal isn't on the list feel free to write him/her in)
Who should host the 2010 Academy Awards?
Russell Brand
Steve Carell
George Clooney
Steven Colbert
Billy Crystal
Will Ferrell
Tina Fey
Jamie Foxx
Ricky Gervais
Whoopi Goldberg
Tom Hanks
Steve Martin
Amy Poehler ----My Vote
Will Smith
Oprah Winfrey

**I picked Amy Poehler because I think she has the most to gain, and she could do probably the most entertaining host job.

Comments

  1. I don't actually watch the Oscars, but frankly, I agree with you. Amy Poehler has the most potential of them all. I also wouldn't mind Steven Colbert and Tina Fey.

    ReplyDelete
  2. right on Adam, I think Tina Fey could do a great job, but on the other side. I feel Amy P could make more of an impact with the performance. If that makes sense.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Totally makes sense.

    Somewhat unrelated, but still kind of cool: my favorite English teacher in high school lived in New York back in the day. His roommate? Tina Fey.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I would say Steve Carell. I think would be one the likely candidates. He has the ability to create humor, which is a key asset for an awards show host. In addition, he has a decent level of popularity. This would attract decent numbers in key demographics, which is important in choosing a host. He ultimately has the key characteristics that would make a decent host.

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Give JR a Break

Recently, I've been reading some sites that have criticized James Roday, the lead actor on the USA show PSYCH for an apparent weight gain. But you know what? Who gives a flying fizzle stick if James Roday is slightly larger than he was 4 years ago. Apparently, it wasn't enough to scare away his current girlfriend/ co-star Maggie Lawson. (Who is one hell of a Catch!) And NO they are not engaged. That seems to be nothing more than a rumor, but there is a very high chance of it happening in the near future. Anyway, as long as PSYCH continues to entertain I don't mind about James Roday's waist. He, and Dule Hill, and Corbin Bernson too, can eat all the fried broccoli they want. The last episode of PSYCH wasn't so smashing, but I don't blame it on dietary issues. QATFYG: Are you keeping up with Psych? And who is hotter, James Roday or Maggie Lawson? (Trick Question but idk why) PS: If you have heard any more news on Roday and Lawson becoming Roday-Lawson, send it

"Mon Soleil" - Ashley Park

If there's anything people take away from my piss-poor legacy, I hope it's what a huge, unabashed fan of "Emily in Paris" I am and will continue to be. People love "90 Day Fiancee," "The Bachelor," and other garbage - allow me "Emily," which is at least harmless, kind of goofy fluff (which does, unfortunately, lean into some stereotypes, as the country of Ukraine knows ). I have already watched Season 2 twice. And honestly my favorite part of this show (despite my crush on Camille Razart and Lily Collins channeling Audrey Hepburn hardcore ) is Ashley Park. This woman has superstar written all over her. She's a bona fide Broadway star, and "Emily in Paris" has served as her pivot into the zeitgeist.  "Emily in Paris" is also showcasing her vocal prowess front and center this season, with her covering BTS, "All By Myself," "Sympathtique," and Marilyn Monroe. But the real standout performance is th

No Time to Fuck: The Goldfrapp Essay

Konnichiwa! This is Irina Cummings and I'm here to discuss one of the most brilliant, innovative, and creative artists in the entire history of mankind: Goldfrapp – or as I like to call them , GODfrapp – the fantastique, highly inspirational, and sometimes criminally overlooked electronic music duo from London consisting of Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory, whose godly music has certainly influenced the vast majority of today's synthpop ladies, including Lady Gaga, Little Boots, La Roux, Annie and Florence + the Machine (not electro but still worth your while). They're primarily known for their mind-blowing music (which have spanned pretty much every style of electronic music – and some non-electronic as well), their abstract, sexually ambiguous – at times forthright – lyrics which are often not gender- specific , and their elaborate shows, not to mention the amazing visual aesthetics of their work, conjuring images that masterly complement