Why do I care if I’m not there, too?
Seriously, the Academy Awards appear to me to be arbitrarily picked as THE night in entertainment - royally dissing TV, music, and everything else. The public goes ga ga for it, too, somehow. It’s all fine, because it’s entertainment itself - but when I read articles going on about the tiny details over dinner, dancing, flirting and club-hopping. All eaten up apparently because these people mean something(?).
Awards are good because they mean something about the art, even though civilian art, deeds, intelligence and just plain hard-work should be awarded equally (although the nominee pool would be arguably too large). Anyway, the acclaim really should end with the awards. And the fashion. Let’s not reward an "entertaining" night life, as well.
Just ask Britney. She’s practically one of us regular gals now, anyway.
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