Bradford’s Hollywood: March 9 2013

By Trisha Hound In Bradford's Hollywood

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28th February, 2013
What an egalitarian event the 2013 Oscars were. No particular film dominated, with the six main awards going to six different movies, everyone was very gracious to one another and Flotus Michelle Obama announced Best Picture winner Argo. Even 39-year-old host Seth MacFarlane did a surprisingly good job, confounding the many pundits who predicted he’d be awful. His opening spiel wasn’t the traditional gag-fest, featuring instead William Shatner beaming in from afar; a funny musical tribute to boobs; sock puppets; song and dance ...

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