Ahh, the Oscars! A three-hour journey into all things film, and a chance to bask in the glow of the hottest 2011 Oscars red carpet fashion statements. In case you missed any of the 83rd Annual Academy Awards Sunday night (three-hours is a bit of a commitment, we understand), we have a full 2011 Oscar winner’s list here. We also have the hottest 2011 Oscars red carpet photos right here!
2011 Oscars: Winner’s List, Fashion Do’s and Don’ts – Full Recap Here!
Check out what some of the biggest stars wore to the Academy Awards Sunday night (Feb. 27) in our 2011 Oscars red carpet fashion rewind, and let us know what you thought of what your favorite celebrites wore to film’s biggest night of the year! Then, keep up to date on the 2011 Oscar winners in this full Academy Award winners list 2011!
Want a spoiler? Natalie Portman won the 2011 Oscar for Best Actress for “Black Swan” and Colin Firth took home Best Actor for his work in “The King’s Speech”. See exclusive photos of Natalie Portman at the 2011 Oscars and check out excerpts from her acceptance speech here!
2011 Oscars: Performances By Celine Dion, Gwyneth Paltrow and Florence Welch
To be honest, red carpet glitz and Best Actress glamour aside, the 2011 Oscars were a bit dull of a dull affair. Yep, dull. Three hours of 2011 Oscars is quite a bit of show to host, and Anne Hathaway is adorable for trying, and looked amazing doing it. And we’ve all seen what a gritty, determined actor James Franco is. However, this just wasn’t their gig; they’re too young, and just not funny enough.
We needed three hours of someone who could keep us on the edges of our seats in laughter in between awards and performances, and who could keep the 2011 Academy Awards moving along quickly enough for us to not quite realize just how long we’d been sitting on our couch.
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The 2011 Oscars performances didn’t fare much better. Florence Welch of Florence and The Machine gave what seemed like a shortened performance, and not nearly as powerful as she usually is. Still, she is fun to watch. Gwyneth Paltrow, were she not seemingly such an obnoxious human being, might have been likeable in her performance tonight. Maybe. Celine Dion singing to the 2011 Oscars ‘In Memorium’ segment was a nice touch, but we were still yawning. That made us feel bad, since we were looking at pictures of dead people we respect. Damn you, Celine. Damn you, and your lullabies.
83rd Annual Academy Awards – ABC televised broadcast 2/27/2011