Today marks the 80th Birthday for one of my favourite actors Jack Nicholson. I just had to have a blog post to celebrate this but it won’t be the only one as I am also taking part in a Blogathon so you will have to watch out for that post as well!
So why not celebrate as well? What is your favourite Jack Nicholson film and/or performance?
Gutted about this one in all honesty as I thought Denzel was a much better performance!
So pleased that Emma Stone has won her first Oscar, she’s brilliant in La La Land!
Rightly so to Viola Davis for her very emotional role in Fences, and we get a very emotional speech. I think this is one of those awards that she really did deserve it for her incredible performance, in her third nomination.
Ahh she’s used the Captain, O my Captain for Denzel. So much love going on here!
The Oscar goes to . . . Mahershala Ali for Moonlight
Oh well no surprises with the opening acting award!
Having seen Dreamgirls on Friday night I thought it was more than worth having this as the Musical Moment this Monday! With three different versions of the song, considering Amber Riley aka Mercedes from Glee was in the show first here is the clip of her performing from Graham Norton just before Dreamgirls opened in the West End.
Date: Saturday 11th February 2017
On Saturday I will be at the London Palladium watching Whoopi Goldberg on the stage in her first ever UK stand up act, as well as a 30 minute question and answer session. Very excited as she has always been one of my favourites and in so many memorable films from growing up in the 90s! I am very excited about sitting in the fourth row and seeing the legend on stage so close up.
I guess I have seen her before though when she hosted the Tony Awards the year I was lucky enough to attend she even came on as Mary Poppins!
Yes, you guessed it after seeing the show in the West End on Wednesday I am even more obsessed with it. I have seen bought both concert anniversary versions and re-watched the film. So I thought that I needed to have it as today’s musical moment, I have decided to pick ‘I Dreamed a Dream’ who cannot at times relate to this haunting song and let’s face it this rendition won Anne Hathaway a Best Supporting Actress Oscar!
I always totally love these photos of the four winners in the acting categories mainly because they are always organised in exactly the same way and look great!