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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Naomi Watts
Forget glamour girls Jessica Chastain versus Jennifer Lawrence. By the end of a long Oscars telecast, the only person who could have stolen the fashion conversation was first lady Michelle Obama _ and she did.
Forget Jessica Chastain vs. Jennifer Lawrence. The most heated contest on the Oscars red carpet could be the one between Giorgio Armani and Dior Haute Couture.
Back in the Oscar season of 2007, Eddie Murphy should have been riding a career high as the front-running contender to win the best supporting actor award for "Dreamgirls" on his first-ever nomination. Instead, he lost the award, but most pundits thought that had nothing to do with his acting, nor his mercurial personality.
The Award Season Express made its first stop of the new year in the middle of the desert a couple hours east of Hollywood at the annual Palm Springs International Film Festival gala.
To play a mother torn from her husband and sons by the 2004 tsunami, Naomi Watts sure wasn't going Method.
Berenice Marlohe, the newest Bond girl, has been making the red carpet at the 65th annual Cannes Film Festival look like a day at the beach.
Fashion designer Ralph Lauren talked about success, comebacks and humble beginnings with Oprah Winfrey at Lincoln Center in front of a sold-out crowd packed with celebrities like Michael J. Fox, Tracy Pollan, Naomi Watts, Jessica Alba, Uma Thurman and Martha Stewart.
When Ralph Lauren sat down for a little chat Monday night with Oprah Winfrey, they picked up a discussion they started on TV back in the spring, when the fashion designer helped close out Winfrey's long-running talk show with an exclusive peek inside his Colorado estate.
She's posed on the red carpet at Cannes in a flowing designer gown, at Deauville in a sleek black bustier and palazzo pants. She exchanges e-mails with Naomi Watts. Sean Penn hung out at her house. Not for nothing have they called Valerie Plame Wilson the Glamorous Spy.
"There's so much competition in life and I do think we are different," she said. "Yes, we should be able to have the same things as much as possible ... (but) life's a battle already and there's so many great roles written for men. Women are definitely at a disadvantage when it comes to volume."
"I think it was a new way to do it and definitely a good way to do it," said Naomi Watts, who was nominated Thursday in the best actress category for her role in "The Impossible." "It was bound to happen at some point. Maybe it's an adjustment for everybody? I don't know if that's the reason the votes ended up the way they did. Who can tell?"