Moonlighting in LaLaLand…

Oscars 2017…loved the opening.

Justin Timberland dances and sings like so good.

Jimmy Kimmel was very funny.

Monologue standouts: “Nice Dress…Are you wearing an Ivanka?” and “Tweeting in all caps during his 5am bowel movement.”

Now to the important shit:

The Devil’s Best Dressed:

Hailee Steinfeld

Hailee Steinfeld

Emma Stone

Emma Stone

Octavia Spencer
Taraji P. Henson
Janelle Monae

Hidden Figures women you rule the Red carpet.

Viola Davis

Viola Davis

Isabelle Huppert

Isabelle Huppert

Ruth Negga

Ruth Negga

Women of color and foreigners…we salute you, especially in these times of overwhelming prejudice.

Also, please note, this Devil worshipper does not give a damn if you agree with the Best Dressed selections. It is not scientific and I will not reveal any source who influenced my decisions…don’t speak, Courtny.

Hair me out…I would be remiss in not congratulating Halle Berry on the worst hair (Medusa anyone) of the night along with the uninspired Dakota Johnson. Ladies, if you can’t spring for personal hairdressers, there is a Dry Bar on every corner in Los Angeles.

Winners…I knew when I walked out of Moonlight and Fences that Mahershala Ali and Viola Davis would win Oscars…wish I could predict NY Giants wins as succinctly.

Power to the people…Asghar Farhadi, the Iranian director behind the Oscar winning film, The Salesman, promoted solidarity against Donald Trump’s travel ban and encouraged people through his written acceptance speech to “stand up to fascism, be victorious in the face of extremism.”

Farhadi, good for you. It should never be us or them. Gael García Bernal thank you for denouncing the wall…you are both smart and sexy despite your diminutive size.

Sweet moment…candy parachutes. Every evening around 11pm I would welcome sweet dreams drifting down onto my pillow. Other than a Trump impeachment, nothing could be finer.

Meryl Streep

I salute you Meryl Streep…you are incredible and you looked absolutely fabulous.

Musical Magic…Love Can’t Stop The Feeling, but the Academy is more about LaLa Land’s, City of Stars, written by composers Benj Pasek and Justin Paul…the duo are beyond hot with the Oscar and being the musical team behind the huge Broadway hit, Dear Evan Hansen.

Relativity…congratulations Kenneth Lonergan for winning the Oscar for Original Screenplay for Manchester By The Sea. He paid  homage to my cousin, Michael Porder who is Lonergan’s stepfather.

Overtime…maybe Jimmy should have edited the bus tour posse segment.

Fade to Black…congratulations to La La Land. I shall now dance my way to LaLaLand…BUT wait, Warren Beatty screwed up. Moonlight is the actual winner. Steve Harvey has set a ‘can’t fix stupid’ precedent.

Moonlight is the Best Picture and now fade to black after 3:46 minutes.

Oops, they did it again.







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