Oscar’s Big Butts Contest
By Joanie Buettgen
Now that the Academy Awards are finally finished, I couldn’t resist the temptation to give my opinion of the couture dresses.
Now, both of these ladies are always in the news, always in movies, and always in photos. As you can see in this picture on the website, their butts seem large. I don’t know if it was the angle of the lens, but you can judge for yourself.
I noticed that Diaz looked beautiful with her platinum blond hair, cut short. When this photo was shot, she had her back to the camera. She turned and placed her hands on her hips. And she sported a “pouty” smile with her lips.
Lopez in contrast, had her long brunette hair, up in a stunning hair do. Her hands were left at her sides. She turned to the camera and had a pleasant smile.
Now, if you ask women, “Does this dress make my butt look big?”
Women will lie to your face and tell you, “No…The dress is gorgeous. I love your hair!”
Men, on the other hand will wait and admit, “Yes, it does! But…I like big butts.”
Angelina Jolie’s black velvet dress was slit up to her hip. When she walked on the stage, she planted herself, stuck out her right leg and waited for everyone to notice. We did.
I’m always amazed by all of the hubba-bubba leading up to the awards program. And I’m equally amazed that I stayed up until 10:30 p.m.
Of course they saved the best for last. I knew it would drag on.
The actress that I really wanted to win was Rooney Mara for her brilliant performance in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Mara is a very skinny girl. She wore a simple white dress. Her butt was non-existent.
Joanie Buettgen is “Just another columnist trying out this new stuff.”
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