> I have to say that despite my aforementioned lack of appreciation it,
> I thought the hottest looking woman on the night was that lassie who
> was presenting the pre-Oscar show. No idea who she is, but hubba hubba
> all the same.
YES! I don't know who she was...both her first and last name started with
an M...but she was quite a babe.
> I thought they were quite the opposite! I find that most of these
> pre-award mutterings are forced and unfunny and this was one of the
> worst. They looked like they were still rehearsing.
I couldn't disagree more. They were two of the most natural, and it
amazes me how forced most of the actors appear.
> I'm not sure why she got a whole segment of her own while Gregory Peck
> only got the opening part of the memoriam montage though.
I consider Hepburn a far bigger star than Peck, so I wasn't surprised.
> Gregory Peck and Charles Bronson for me.
I liked the use of footage from Once Upon a Time in the West for both
Bronson and Elam in the segment.
> This was the highlight of the presenters' speeches for me.
Yes, it was one of the funniest moments.