Quantcast
| |  
Food for the Poor Godspy.com: Faith at the Edge

Advertisement

CATEGORIES:     BOOKSBUSINESSCULTUREFAITHISSUESLIFEMOVIESPOLITICSSCIENCE/TECHSPIRITUALITYTVWORLD
John Murphy | 01.14.08

TV

Did anyone miss the Golden Globes show?

The Golden Globes awards were awarded last night, but without the usual glitzy televised gala, thanks to the Writer’s Guild strike. This prompts the question—how essential is the show anyway? Sure, we get to rubberneck on the red carpet thanks to first-hand reporting from second-hand personalities like Joan Rivers and that embarrassing Bush cousin. It’s like being a bystander at the parade of animal pairs walking up the gangplank into Noah’s Ark. We get to armchair quarterback the choice of starlets’ dresses and accessories. We get to vicariously experience the stars of screens big and small crowding into a banquet room to swig champagne and mentally rehearse acceptance speeches. We get to enjoy the slightly slurred and incoherent speeches that result from said champagne swigging. This is all very diverting. Afterwards, we get to marvel that actors the caliber of Madonna and Zsa Zsa Gabor have been recipients of the Golden Globe. This is very disturbing. 

Average Rating: 3.7
  • Currently 3.6666666666667 Stars.
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Login or Register to rate this!

Enjoy this post? Share it with others.

TOPICS:    celebrities | golden globes | movies
(0) COMMENTS

LOGIN



Not a member?
Click to Register with GODSPY Register here


Forgot your password? Forgot your password?

POST A COMMENT (Login Required)



Faith at the Edge Traces