Oscars 2011: Your chance to ask questions, via Twitter, on the red carpet
There's something special about observing the Oscars in person.
The fashions, even the ones that get blasted on "Fashion Police," look more fabulous. The celebrities look more beautiful, but, at the same time, more attainable. Oh, and also skinnier. And the streets of Hollywood look, um, grungier and even more overpopulated with oddballs.
Yes, it's truly a special time. When I head to L.A. later this week for the annual movie-star-fawning ritual, and some of the pre-game events that go along with it, I'll do my best to capture as much of that experience as possible.
To that end, I'll be posting pictures and other anecdotes from Hollywood on Twitter, using the hashtag #oscarspotting. And I'll also be looking for contributions from you.
TweetSpecifically, if there's a great question you'd love to ask on the red carpet -- be it the red carpet at the Spirit Awards or the Oscars, be it a general question or one for a specific actor or filmmaker -- tweet it to me @celebritology, using that same #oscarspotting hash tag..
I'll collect the best questions and attempt to pose them over the weekend, when red carpet chatter rises from the mere ordinary to a zenith of inanity that's only appropriate for an event as important as the Academy Awards.
If for some reason, unlike Franco, you're not on Twitter, feel free to post suggested red carpet queries in the comments section of this blog post; I'll collect some from here as well.
Together, we can finally pose compelling and provocative questions that have nothing to do with who everyone is wearing.
| February 22, 2011; 9:25 AM ET
Categories: Awards Season, Celebrities, Movies, Oscars
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