Saturday, March 7, 2009

"Looking good, Billy Ray!" "Feeling good, Louis!"

^After I took out the curlers. Taken at about 7:16ish this morning. This was before the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress was announced.

^Fear and doubt. Will my hair take me all the way? Will I soon have that Oscar in hand??


I'd like to thank my hair and the Sunsilk Waves of Envy that made this possible. Oh and my stylist Becky William and her assistant Shanaynay "Martin Luther King Boulevard" Cunningham.

I'd furthermore like to thank Mrs. Kay Adlibs who taught me that it is okay to put product in your hair! Madame Defarge was a wonderful part to play and I would like to thank my co-writer, Annie Diamond in our work on the screenplay of A Tale of Two Cities. Furthermore, I would like to thank Charles Dickens. What would the work be with ya Dick? I can't wait to take on more projects like this in the future. And finally, thank you to the Academy.
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Anywho, off to warm up my now coldish cup of peach tea and finish watching Trading Places. I actually kind of love Eddie Murpy in this. Haven't seen too many of his movies--and let's admit, he's done some stinkers--but I also liked him in Dreamgirls (and Shrek, of course.) Night for now.

1 comment:

Jess said...


sylvia's curlers took the Oscar, but there was a definite feeling in the room that straight locks would forever be remembered as the fan favorite.