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boobs oscars | This led to the epic musical number, "We Saw Your Boobs," which reviewed every time moviegoers have seen the breasts of every major actress in Hollywood. Thankfully, Shatner couldn't stop the world from seeing it. To make up for that offending performance, MacFarlane performed a far classier version of "The Way You Look Tonight" featuring dance partners Channing Tatum and Charlize Theron. Next up, Shatner showed the sock-puppet reenactment of the movie Flight, which MacFarlane decided to scrap in favor of a soft-shoe version of "High Hopes" with Daniel Radcliffe and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. And instead of hitting on Sally Field in a flying nun costume, MacFarlane closed his opening by singing his own Oscars-themed version of "Be Our Guest." Throughout the opening, Shatner showed MacFarlane how his reviews would improve from "Worst Oscars Host Ever" to full-on raves (from everyone but Entertainment Weekly). It was certainly one of the longest and most elaborate Oscar openings in recent history, with enough highbrow and lowbrow moments to please most of the audience. Will the Monday morning reviewers agree and give MacFarlane high marks? And what did you think?
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boobs oscars | This led to the epic musical number, "We Saw Your Boobs," which reviewed every time moviegoers have seen the breasts of every major actress in Hollywood. Thankfully, Shatner couldn't stop the world from seeing it. To make up for that offending performance, MacFarlane performed a far classier version of "The Way You Look Tonight" featuring dance partners Channing Tatum and Charlize Theron. Next up, Shatner showed the sock-puppet reenactment of the movie Flight, which MacFarlane decided to scrap in favor of a soft-shoe version of "High Hopes" with Daniel Radcliffe and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. And instead of hitting on Sally Field in a flying nun costume, MacFarlane closed his opening by singing his own Oscars-themed version of "Be Our Guest." Throughout the opening, Shatner showed MacFarlane how his reviews would improve from "Worst Oscars Host Ever" to full-on raves (from everyone but Entertainment Weekly). It was certainly one of the longest and most elaborate Oscar openings in recent history, with enough highbrow and lowbrow moments to please most of the audience. Will the Monday morning reviewers agree and give MacFarlane high marks? And what did you think?
Date: 2/25/13
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