So if you fell asleep like a smart person or watched something else instead, then here is everything you missed from last night's award ceremony.
Drew Barrymore Wore A Maternity Gown And People Were Mean.
Kerry Washington Wore A Balenciaga Maternity Dress.
Kerry Washington is supernaturally beautiful. I mean, she epitomizes the PREGNANCY GLOW. She is just ugh, beyond gorgeous and I thought her dress was lovely. Look at her face!
Seriously, LOOK at her face:
Lupita Nyong’o Killed Everything With Her Dress.
She basically re-wrote the entire dictionary entry for glamor. Amazing. She didn't win for best supporting actress in a motion picture, drama, for 12 Years A Slave, which makes no sense to me because as far as I'm concerned, 12 years should win every award ever, it's basically no contest. But 12 Years A Slave did win for best picture:
And Chiwetel Ejiofor didn't win either. Booo.
Amy and Tina were the best, as usual.
And Tina said this about Gravity: “It’s the story of how George Clooney would rather float away into space and die than spend one more minute with a woman his own age.” And then there was this bit where Tina introduced us to her illegitimate son Randy:
And in case you need more Idris (who also didn't win for Mandela, boooo) and of course you do, here you go:And that asshole Woody Allen was presented with the Cecil B. Demille award: And from the lovely Mia Farrow: And the amazing Diane Keaton presented it, which makes me sad because she is so glorious, but I have no idea how she can respect that guy:
Ugh, her hair is killing me. It is making me want to NOT have my hair dyed ever. But speaking of predators, why is everyone forgetting the director David O. Russell was once in big trouble over grabbing the breasts of his transgendered NIECE? Oh Hollywood, you sure do like to forgive and forget when it comes to men behaving in criminal ways.
And people were mean about Melissa McCarthy:
And all of this made me super frustrated: And some of these tweets were coming from women, women who call themselves feminists and who claim to support other women.
Emma Thompson was amazingly gorgeous and hilarious and took off her Louboutins because they were making her feet bleed:
But probably the WORST thing of the night was when THIS flashed across the E Network screen:
There were no women directors nominated, and there have only been six in the last 34 years, but at least we had this lovely Bing commercial:
So did anyone of you make it to the end of the show? What did you think?
(All images unless noted: getty images)