The Oscars In Tweets: Anne Hathaway and Dwight Howard Should Date
Twitter knows how to party.
By Nubyjas Wilborn February 25, 2013, 03:19 AM EST
Oscars were better on Twitter than they were on TV. Music by far ruled the day and made the show bearable. Jennifer Hudson was in all her glory and showed the world she still has the pipes. Argo took the award for Best Picture and Django got lots of love. Overall, the show was average as Seth McFarlane was funny at moments but not consistently. However, Twitter made it all worthwhile.
Sure you were!
They both get the job done.
Jennifer Aniston is the missionary position of actresses.— JasFly (@JasFly) February 25, 2013
That’s all you, bro.
I'm not watching any #Oscars red carpet stuff. Anyone have the good sense to ditch the boring black bow tie or tie and rock an ascot?— rolandsmartin (@rolandsmartin) February 25, 2013
This is just mean.
Kelly Rowland gets to do the Red Carpet at the #Oscars. What do you think Michelle is doing right now??— Bossip (@Bossip) February 25, 2013
Well played response, Michelle.
Kristen Stewart looks like she fell in love with that gown and thought she could borrow someone else's breasts to go with it.— Mobutu Sese Seko (@Mobute) February 25, 2013
That would troll the world.
Everyone hates Anne Hathaway. She and Dwight Howard should date.— Dexter Fishmore (@dexterfishmore) February 25, 2013
She is a winner in every sense of the word.
Robin Roberts is a hero.
@robinroberts looks fabulous and so vibrant.The rest of thenight is gravy.— Bob Ley (@BobLeyESPN) February 25, 2013
That has to be a record.
Waltz got two Oscars for movies set during the Holocaust and slavery. The two periods in history that make people the most uncomfortable.— D'Brickashaw (@DragonflyJonez) February 25, 2013
I see what you did there.
Are they really playing the JAWS theme to make folks get off the stage? This show has officially JUMPED THE SHARK....— bevysmith (@bevysmith) February 25, 2013
You got to cater to your audience.
@dragonflyjonez I can't. She's talented but I see a lot of the hype coming from scorned women, big girls and blue eyed soul lovers. Nah.— Myles Brown (@mdotbrown) February 25, 2013
guys i'm pretty sure you get more time to talk if you win Best Supporting Actress as opposed to winning Best On-Set Caterer or whatever.— crissle west (@crissles) February 25, 2013
It works for me.
Just sternly reminded my child of the "we do not talk while Adele or Beyonce sing" rule that we have here in our house.Yeah, I know...— shonda rhimes (@shondarhimes) February 25, 2013
Both are awful.
Aight Jamie Foxx or John Travolta...Oscar for best everchanging hairline...GO!— Rappin 5 Tay #BIMT2 (@Vandalyzm) February 25, 2013
Let’s make it happen.
I would like Ted to host the Oscars next year. Please. And thank you.— Bonnie Bernstein (@BonnieBernstein) February 25, 2013
It was a bad look for a bad movie.
Russell Crowe underscores on Oscar night how horribly miscast he was. And there was more sweep in that stage piece than in most of the film.— Michael DeCourcy (@tsnmike) February 25, 2013
Made new friends tonite! Power actress!!! twitter.com/SamuelLJackson…— Samuel L. Jackson (@SamuelLJackson) February 25, 2013
They were on point.
Seriously, shoutout to the Oscars orchestra in their undisclosed location. I love an orchestra in a bunker! BUNKESTRA #Oscars2013— Paul F. Tompkins (@PFTompkins) February 25, 2013
That isn’t right but I laughed.