While the clear winner of the night at this year’s People’s Choice Awards went to “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse”, we were a little surprised at some of the awards that our favorite vamps and werewolves didn’t go home with.
Even though the cast made a pretty good sweep this year, Robert Pattinson didn’t do so well. Up for twp big awards, the sexy Brit who made Edward Cullen even hotter didn’t win either of them.
The first award, Favorite Movie Actor, went to Celebstalk’s Mougar of the Year, Johnny Depp…which I mean…come on…who beats Johnny Depp? As we were shown at the PCA, not even RPattz. The second awards, however, Rob lost out to Zac Efron for the Favorite Movie Star Under 25. Really?! Did anyone see Charlie St. Cloud?? We didn’t think so…
Even though he didn’t win, we still love you Rob and your castmates did pretty well. Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner went home with awards for Favorite Movie Actress and Favorite On-Screen Team. Eclipse also won Favorite Movie and Favorite Movie Drama.
Other big winners were “Glee”, “House”, Adam Sandler, Taylor Swift and Toy Story 3.
So what did you think of the show, Celebstalkers?
Tuesday nights Nashville Rising: A Benefit Concert For Flood Recovery was a star studded event that included the likes of some of country musics finest. Hosted by Faith Hill, just a few of the performances included ZZ Top, Toby Keith, Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Martina McBride, Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton, Trace Adkins, LeAnn Rimes, Miley Cyrus and Sandra Bullock. Don’t bother rereading that sentence, you read right!
I’m going to bring the house down,” Bullock announced to more than 15,000 people in the audience as she swung her acoustic guitar over her shoulder. “And I’m going to do it Nashville style!”
She started by telling her audience, “If I could have some quiet, please,” then awkwardly began plucking the opening notes to “Smoke on the Water”.
Then, as she announced host Faith Hill, Sandra proclaimed, “I can’t play for crap!” and Hill joked “Sign that girl right away!”
As she exited, Faith Hill’s husband and Sandra’s on-screen husband in her Emmy Award winning role for “The Blind Side”, prompted a standing ovation.
Nashville’s own Reese Witherspoon was among the celebrities to tape a video greeting asking for support, saying in Nashville,”we get together and take care of each other.”
So, do you think that a Grammy could be in the cards for Sandra??