Oh, was the irony ever thick at the Oscars, exceeded only by the vanity and self-adulation of those present.
Hollywood leftist Snowflakes were basking in the spotlight, adorned in their finery and jewels, staring down their noses at We the People, the unwashed peasants in flyover country, who they imagine idolize them.
Remember Carly Simon’s hit song, “You’re So Vain?” It referred to Warren Beatty, whom she dated when both were much younger.
Well, who should have the honor of presenting the Oscar for Best Picture other than Mr. Vanity himself? Whether the 347-year-old actor is simply senile or his most recent plastic surgery (# 87) has screwed up his vision to the point that “Moonlight” actually looks like “La La Land” is unclear, but typifying the incompetence of the Hollywood elite who lie for a living, making truckloads of money pretending to be someone else, Beatty really shined, but not in a good way.
Watch as Beatty and Faye Dunaway present the Oscar for Best Picture to the wrong nominees for the wrong film. At the :45 mark one of those who had wrongfully been presented an Oscar announced to the audience that Moonlight was the actual winner. He had to tell the audience several times to convince them. After all, they are all used to lying for a living, so they needed proof, which the wrongfully awarded nominee was happy to do, snatching the card from Beatty’s hand and holding it over You’re So Vain’s face, while declaring emphatically, “Moonlight. Best Picture!” Dunaway was a little smarter than Mr. Vanity and disappeared when the embarrassment was discovered.
Dunaway was a little smarter than Mr. Vanity and disappeared when the embarrassment was discovered.
The Best Snowflake Award was announced yesterday. It may have been a little premature. Beatty and Dunaway are looking awfully competitive.
— ABC News (@ABC) February 27, 2017
You walked into the party
Like you were walking onto a yacht
Your hat strategically dipped below one eye
Your scarf, it was apricot
You had one eye on the mirror
And watched yourself gavotte
And all the girls dreamed that they’d be your partner
They’d be your partner, and
You’re so vain
You probably think this song is about you
You’re so vain,
I’ll bet you think this song is about you