Barrymore: Woman of the Year
Drew Barrymore, 25, was named Woman of the Year Friday by the Harvard University's Hasty Pudding Theatricals, the nation's oldest undergraduate dramatic organization. The celebrated actress was escorted by 14 men in drag to the Hasty Pudding Theatre to receive her award and to be reminded of embarrassing moments of her career. (Fun was poked at "E.T. The Extraterrestrial" and "The Wedding Singer" -- at the prompting of an off-stage voice, an imitation of Charlie Townsend, the Angels' mysterious boss, who was heard but never seen.) "I feel like a real geek a lot in life. I walk around my house hanging pictures and wondering what I could do better and where my life is going. So thank you very much, this is so cool," she said after receiving the brass pot, reports Associated Press and hastypudding.org. Actor Anthony Hopkins is scheduled to receive the Man of the Year award on Thursday. Following his coronation and festivities similar to the Woman of the Year celebration, he views the first performance of the Hasty Pudding season, "Fangs for the Memories."
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