Academy Awards winners Sandra Bullock, Jeff Bridges, Halle Berry and Marisa Tomei are confirmed to hit the stage as presenters at the next Oscar show on Feb. 27, along with past nominee Oprah Winfrey, producers of the telecast announced Monday.
Nominations for the 83rd annual Academy Awards, which will be hosted be actors James Franco and Anne Hathaway, are due out Jan. 25.
I think you all are wondering what the hell is going on with Adoring Sandra.
Well, Sandy news are really low this days. But, as you may know – if you’re a regular visitor here – , I don’t post gossipy articles or paparazzi pictures, and it’s everything that has been surfacing regarding Sandy this days. But the site isn’t dead, or abandoned.
That revamp I promised you months ago are still up, and it will be done this year. The old gallery will be transferred and new files are just ready to be added. I’m just finishing some things at work (yeah, real life has been calling me too much this months), and will have plenty of time to work on it. Please, bare with me and thanks for this huge patience. It will worth the wait.
I added a new layout to our new gallery, and will star the transfer this weekend. See you!
According to Associated PressSandra Bullock will be among those to appear on Barbara Walter’s “10 Most Fascinating People of the Year” special. Justin Bieber, Kate Middleton, Betty White, Jennifer Lopez, the cast of “The Jersey Shore,” LeBron James and Sarah Palin also made the list.
Bullock has had a memorable year full ups and downs. She won her first Oscar for her role as Leigh Anne Tuoghy in “The Blind Side,” adopted baby Louis Bardo Bullock and divorced Jesse Jamess.
The “Fascinating” special is in its 18th season will air Thursday, Dec. 9 at 10 p.m. ET at ABC. Walter’s will announce the top two most fascinating people during the program.
Sandra Bullock’s rep has denied reports that the actress is planning to adopt a little girl. The 46-year-old actress became a mum for the first time earlier this year when she adopted baby Louis from New Orleans.
America’s Star magazine recently quoted a source as saying the actress ‘knows one is not enough. She can’t wait to relive this whole experience with another child – this time she wants a girl’. It was also claimed Bullock was using the same New Orleans adoption agency where she found her son Louis.
The source added: ‘They already have the initial paperwork from the first time around, and they have several children who need homes now.’
However a rep for the actress told Gossip Cop that the magazine’s article is ‘completely false’.
Source: Monsters and Critics
Finally I added pictures of Sandy appearance last August 29 in New Orleans, on occasion of fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. As many of you may know, Sandy, a part-time New Orleans resident, donated money to help rebuild the school and to open a student health clinic. She appeared at weekend events to pay tribute to those behind the hurricane recovery effort.
Public Appearances > Appearances in 2010 > August 29th – Warren Easton Charter High School In New Orleans
For more information about the school and to donate to ongoing efforts, go to the Warrant Easton Charter Foundation.
Magazine Scans > Magazines in 2010 > EW – September 10, 2010
Sandra Bullock wasn’t buying the hype. Speaking to EW last fall, weeks before the opening of a little heart-warmer of a movie called The Blind Side, the actress – who had reemerged earlier that year from a two-year hiatus with her biggest hit ever, the romantic comedy The Proposal – predicted that her newly reinvigorated career would soon cool down again. She brushed off The Proposal’s success as a cosmic fluke: “I don’t pump my fist in the air. I don’t want anything karmically crashing down on me.” She dismissed the idea that she might score an Oscar nomination for The Blind Side: “The stuff that I migrate to isn’t the stuff that wins awards.” And she vowed that she would be off the public’s radar again in no time, holed up at home, with Hollywood at a comfortable distance. “Trust me, people are going to be like ‘Get her away,’” she said. “And I will go away. I’ll be quiet again after this.”
Much has been made about Oscar winner Sandra Bullock’s ties to the college town of Austin, Texas, where the star has retreated to avoid the paparazzi’s glare since her divorce from Jesse James. But on Tuesday (August 31), Bullock appeared on the “Today” show to discuss her love for New Orleans, where she has found another home.
Bullock, in her first televised interview since her split with James, told host Matt Lauer that the Big Easy has always been a comfortable place for her, somewhere she has gone often to visit, ring in the new year and most recently, the place where she finalized her adoption of son Louis.
But the reason she was there this week was to celebrate the successful rebuilding of the Warren Easton Charter High School, which suffered more than $4 million in damage five years ago this week during Hurricane Katrina. She sat next to Arthur Hardy, a New Orleans Mardi Gras expert and Easton board member, who said he laughed when Bullock called with an offer to help help, thinking someone was pulling his leg.
“She found us … [and] called me on a Sunday afternoon,” he said, laughing.