Hey BFFs were you as shocked as I was when Farrah Fawcett‘s beautiful face DID NOT appear in the “In Memoriam” section of the Oscars broadcast on Sunday night, March 7?
I was live chatting the show and everyone joining in agreed that it was an epic oversight. How could the infamous Charlie’s Angel be dissed on the acting world’s biggest night of the year. Yea, yea, I know — way too may people die every year in the Hollywood world to make it into the highly exclusive memorial montage. But puhleeze — Farrah was not just anybody, she was an icon. Her death followed a highly public and brave battle with cancer. She influenced a generation – stylewise and chutzpah wise- far more than , let’s say- Brittany Murphy — did for her generation. Ryan O’Neal spoke to radaronline.com about his disappointment — I read his statement in my video below.
And you know what — Golden Girl Bea Arthur was a pretty enormous oversight as well. I don’t buy that the Academy agonized over these decisions. I actually think someone just plain forgot to include Farrah. Tell me what YOU think?
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