Oh No They Didn't: The Hosts' Weirdest Comments
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Matenopoulos doing her part for women everywhere, proudly proclaiming, "I don't eat!" when asked by DePandi how she stays so thin. The Debster then pulled a tiny red pellet from her mouth and says it's the first thing she's eaten all day.
During one of Manuel's "glam-istrations" – where he awkwardly draws, John Madden football-commentary style, on pictures of the, um, tender parts of women – wrote on Portia de Rossi's rear and referred to it as a "badonkadonk."
Looking at Maggie Gyllenhaal's feather-trimmed dress, Rivers asks her, "How many pigeons died for that?"
He's nominated for an Oscar. There's speculation that he might run for President. Yet what does Seacrest ask Al Gore? If he ever hangs out with Leonardo DiCaprio.
While talking to a Vera Wang-clad Rachel Weisz, Seacrest notes that the designer is popular on this red carpet, musing, "There's a lot of Wang here tonight."
Seacrest asking Michael Sheen (who played Tony Blair in The Queen) if there is a "dirty side" to costar Helen Mirren. Poor Sheen didn't escape torture from Rivers, either. Below, the exchange that shames American education:
Rivers: "What do you think about Tony Blair? 'Cause you're English."
Sheen: "Well, Welsh."
Rivers: "I know, but Wales IS in England."
Sheen: "Well, over here it is."
Rivers staying, er, "abreast" of the situation by telling Tammy Lynn Michaels, "Your breasts look great, so keep nursing."
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