Monday, January 30, 2006


Last night during the “Live from the Red Carpet” broadcast of the SAG Awards on E!, Ryan Seacrest interviewed a bevy of beauties from Charlize Theron to Ellen Pompeo. Each interview was more exciting than the next, “Who are you wearing,” “What did you eat before,” “Do you work out?” Cue Ms. Jamie Lee Curtis.

Brushing off a back-handed insult by Seacrest calling her his “Second mother. I mean older sister,” Curtis stepped up to plate, or should I say onto her soapbox. Seacrest congratulated her on the job of presenting the SAG Lifetime Achievement Award to the loveable Shirley Temple Black. And before you knew it the match was on. Ding ding ding!

In one corner we have Jamie Lee Curtis! In the other corner, all young, superficial female celebrities everywhere! Jessica, Mischa, Hilary - we’re talking to you. It’s no contest! Curtis comes out swinging.

Curtis: “All these young celebrities can learn something from Ms. Black. There’s more to life than just shopping at Kitson. These girls should look to Ms. Black to see the achievement of a real actor and how she has done such amazing charity work throughout her life. I honestly feel sorry for these girls because no one is telling them they’re wrong or to go about their lives differently. Not managers, parents, it’s really a shame.”

Thank you Ms. Curtis for finally opening our eyes. By the way, loved you in “Christmas with the Kranks”.

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Wishing you and yours much love, peace, and happiness!

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