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Posted By Sreedhar Pillai at Sunday, February 26, 2012||PERMALINK Labels: #lrose, Celebrity, Oscars, Sacha Baron Cohen, The Artist, Uggie
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Will Sacha Baron Cohen upset the 2012 Oscar gala and the celebrities? That seems to be the question on everyone’s mind this weekend rather than who will be taking the prestigious award home in the prime categories.
Though Sacha was assured to be declared as a person non-grata, if he turned up in the costume of Admiral General Aladeen of Wadiya from his movie The Dictator, which resulted in strong protest from Sacha who released a clip on the internet to register his protest, apparently the organizers have sensed the public mood and sent him the entry passes.
Though the objection to Sacha Cohen’s appearance in the now famous costume was officially declared as being “promotional” for his yet to be released film, it is not difficult to see the huge global political fall out and the repercussions in an already strained and thinly balanced international relations, and the embarrassment the organizers are desperately trying to avoid.
Whether Sacha will decide that his immediate aim has been met in terms of gaining publicity and that taking things too far will only eventually hurt his cause, is a matter to wait and see till the award night.
Apparently Sacha Cohen is not the only thorn in the famous celebrity feet which will grace the famous red carpet tonight.
There is a widespread feeling that the Oscars, the biggest and most anticipated and prestigious of awards, and the most watched award ceremony itself are somehow ignoring the very aspects of the movies which endear them to millions of viewers.
The case in question is how Uggie, a ten year old sweet doggy, who has stepped in to make “The Artist”, a silent movie and hot contestant for the award in the best movie category, so much more lovable to viewers around the world, is refused an attendance at the prestigious night.
Apparently, more famous and privileged invitees of a different species objected to the presence of Uggie and the potential loss of camera focus on themselves due to the angle they will be at to catch Uggie who will be closer to the floor level than they are!
However TMZ Live has taken upon them the cause of Haggy and gave Uggie and his trainer and Owner a touching slot on the show. The host Harvey Levin even made an appeal to the Oscar hosts on behalf of Uggie.
A lot of people may not miss Sacha if he didn’t turn up for the Oscar Night, but millions more will be disappointed if they won’t be seeing Uggie steal the whole show.
Article first published as Baron Cohen Has Made His Point, But Will "The Dictator" be There? on Technorati.
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