There's nothing not fun about being in LA during Oscar weekend. By that I mean: It is fun to be in LA on Oscar weekend. In other words, it was a good weekend. The bummer is that I went to a lot of great events that would never have me back if I blabbed and blogged about them. But I can say a couple things.
Friday night was a big fantastic party and the highlight was chatting with Posh and Becks. He might be the most handsome thing on two legs. I met a lot of other people including P Diddy and Taylor Swift, who were not together, but both very nice.
Saturday was a picnic that Barry Diller and Diane von Furtstenberg have in their yard. I think their house was the only sunny spot in LA; it didn't rain a drop on the party. I had a lovely chat with the Queen of my TV World. I will give you a hint, her name starts with O. We talked about Diana and Iyanla and Twitter, and she was lovely and hand-holdy and very cool. I also liked shmoozing with Ellen Degeneres, Julie Chen, and Carolina Herrera.
Saturday night was a gathering of some friends at the West Hollywood Palm. I love that Palm, because there's so much Hollywood history there. It really has been a canteen for the rich and famous for years. We had a great meal.
I am still getting over last night. We watched the show with friends in Beverly Hills, and I feel it was a massive achievement that instead of sticking knives in our eyes when that kids' chorus came out at the end, we somehow were able to muster the energy to go to the Vanity Fair party. Here I am ready to split with Miss Ellen Barkin, who looked amazing in L'Wren Scott.
The party was a blast. Here I am with two real Beverly Hills housewives, Jackie Collins and legendary composer Carol Bayer Sager.
After that we went to Madonna's party until basically sunrise. It was a lot of dancing and essentially was Oscars unhinged. I'll never tell what I saw! OK I'm getting on a plane home... Have a great day!
I love you and your show. You are so much fun, and you make me laugh hysterically. I have a housewives related question for you : Are the Real Housewives of D.C. getting a second season? I really liked them!
First, let me say - I really like you Andy and find you funny as hell. OK so a kids' chorus is not everyone's cup of tea. No need to be so cruel though on Morning Joe. These kids will no doubt read what you've said (or maybe they saw the interview). It's fine that they understand not everyone will love them or think they're talented, but there's no need to hurt their feelings. Maybe you dislike children.
Andy, I love your life.you can never say you're bored.I wish someday when you're very old you'll write some memoirs so we'll know who are your favorite people and who are not( not too old as I'm older than you) and i'd love to be around to read it.Love you Andy....is it true you dissed the kids chorus....be nice to children always!
I LOVE you Andy. I know you already apologized, but I know you weren't saying anything about the actual kids personally -- those 'heart-warming' moments are corny, and boring, and I didn't even watch that @ the end of the show because I was like "meh, a bunch of kids singing? No thx." You just had the NeNes to say it! Keep it up, love you boo.
REALLY ANDY !!!! I guess you have found this week's, maybe I should say this MONTH'S jackhole.....you! Are you kidding me that you had the lack of sense to meanly comment about those talented young kids from Staten Island. Ypur senseless 5 minute comment can't take away from what those wonderfully talented kids achieved at the Oscars. I am sure they had practiced for weeks, months, proud that they were getting a super chance going to California. Your insensitive comment can't take away from that.....it should only make the stronger. Those kids brought a refreshing end to a truly sluggish show. Maybe you can figure a way to apoligize and maybe "give back" to those kids and their school. Hope you are proud of your jackhole ways!