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Sindy's Blog - March 9, 2006

Sindy blogs about the Oscars and who looked the best!
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March 9, 2006

I don't usually watch the Oscars. They're a bit too stuffy and boring for me but I do really love to see what everyone wears so I tune in for the red carpet rundown before hand and then switch the channel to something else once the show starts.

This year, I was totally impressed by how beautiful everyone looked. I hope that one of these days I'll be able to go to fancy, movie star events like that. Of course I don't want to be an actress but getting an award for like costume design or something like that would be so awesome. Getting paid to dress people in crazy costumes for movies is definitely a dream of mine. Of course, I also dream of traveling the world on a sail boat, so who knows what will actually happen.

Okay, I got totally off-topic there. What I was trying to say is that Michelle Williams looked so great on Oscar night. That dress was so pretty and I loved that she took a chance and wore a color that most people wouldn't be able to pull off. Sure, black is classic and it makes most people look good, but how boring! Michelle has come a long way from her days on Dawson's Creek, that's for sure.

Oh and how cute were her and Heath Ledger? Sure, I'm a little jealous that she's with Heath cuz I thought he and I still had a shot at happiness, but whatever. I wonder how Naomi Watts felt having to see Heath and Michelle together? I know that I still get a little flustered when I have to see Kaelin and his new GF in the halls at school, but I guess it's just part of life, right? Even when you're a celebrity.

Anyways, I should stop gossiping about the Oscars and get some homework done. What did you guys think of the dresses and glam? Did you watch the actual awards show? Tell me what you thought!

Peace Out,

Sindy

 

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