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SHOW BITS: A bump in the night for Kim K.
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Show Bits brings you the 85th annual Academy Awards in Los Angeles through the eyes of Associated Press journalists. Follow them on Twitter where available with the handles listed after each item.
PARTY TIME FOR PREGNANT KIM KARDASHIAN
Kim Kardashian didn’t just step out at the Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Oscar after-party in West Hollywood dressed to impress. She rocked her pregnancy bump like a glam accessory.
The reality TV starlet wore a white, cleavage-baring Donna Karan dress that showed off every curve without self-consciousness.
Kardashian and her sister Khloe, both without their respective loves, Kanye West, and Lamar Odom, chatted up party guest Chris Brown, who was at the party without his girlfriend, Rihanna.
Kim Kardashian added she was also looking forward to catching the show by the night’s featured performer, soulful Scottish singer Emeli Sande.
“I love her!” she exclaimed.
Asked how late she would stay up celebrating, given her pregnancy, Kardashian considered the question for a moment.
“I don’t know, hmmm,” she told The Associated Press.
Then she added, “I always end up going to bed early!”
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QUICKQUOTE: ANG LEE
“I think sometimes this disadvantage can be an advantage. The fact that I come from another culture makes me special.”_ Ang Lee, encouraging Asian and other non-American filmmakers to take on Hollywood after he won the directing Oscar for “Life of Pi.”
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