The Family Guy creator opened the show with a honking misjudgement, says Jack Seale. By jack. The king of Oscar hosts, Billy Crystal, made a comeback last year but he was a bit fogeyish so, this time, there was new blood: Seth MacFarlane, creator of Family Guy.
For some sexist reason, society assumes that just because women age and have kids, they must automatically cover up their boobs and hide their figures underneath Puritanical and suppressive clothing. But on Oscar night, moms including Heidi KlumBritney Spears and Brandi Glanville broke the mold and amped up their sexy style with plunging necklines and decolletage on display. And while cleavage on the red carpet is nothing new, it was the plunging necklines found on Britney, Brandi and even Kim Kardashian that really sparked debate.
Wearing her tresses down in a natural wave, the year-old oozed glamour as she posed up a storm on the white carpet after the Oscars The actress risked a nip slip in the plunging attire, which clung to her incredible figure throughout. She polished off her attire with matching high heels and a dazzling, diamond necklace as well as smoky eye make-up.
Seth MacFarlane wasted no time poking fun at the seriousness of the Academy Awards during his hosting gig on Sunday night. Only a few minutes into his opening monologue, a screen appeared above his head with William Shatner, dressed as "Star Trek's" Captain Kirk, who brought MacFarlane39, a message from the 23rd century: Don't do this number. It's going to be disastrous.
Charlize Theron was in cahoots with MacFarlane on the musical number and pre-recorded this reaction shot. YouTube Despite solid ratings for Sunday's 85th annual Academy Awards, host Seth MacFarlane is catching a lot of flak for his crude jokes about women, Jews, Abraham Lincoln and most notably, actresses' boobs. In a musical number titled "We Saw Your Boobs," MacFarlane pointed out actresses who have bared all on-screen — often during emotionally-charged or rape scenes.
Kirk that'd be William Shatnerpeople who said he'd come back from the future to stop MacFarlane from becoming the worst. Oscar host. Some things he was hoping to avoid?
Watching the Oscars last night meant sitting through a series of crudely sexist antics led by a scrubby, self-satisfied Seth MacFarlane. That would be tedious enough. The women were not showing their bodies to amuse Seth MacFarlane but, rather, to do their jobs.
This article is from the archive of our partner. After some real stinkers, the main conceit was William Shatner descending on a screen as Captain Kirk, from the future, to tell MacFarlane to do a better job of hosting, in a kind of alternate-reality bit that turned pretty sordid—and pretty fast. And some poorly received jokes between those.
Oscars worst dress in pictures: Celebrities hit the red carpet in. Seth MacFarlane not a good idea to start your Oscar show. THE Academy Awards has seen some very outrageous red carpet.
Reading this on mobile? Click here to view the video. When the Oscars booked Seth MacFarlane, creator of Family Guy and Ted, to host the Oscars they probably expected a bit of s style Hollywood crooning with the odd near-the-knuckle joke thrown in: the sort of thing to make an A-list audience wince without leading to mass walkouts.