We want to see who’s dating who, we want to see pregnant celebrities looking beautiful, and, this year at least, we want to know who the hell those older celebrities even are.Digging up the top Google searches during Sunday’s Academy Awards, The Hollywood Reporter found that the most-asked question was: “Who presented with Matthew Mc Conaughey?” The answer is Kim Novak, the star who hasn’t acted onscreen since 1991, and who has come in for some nasty criticism for her apparently surgically altered appearance.
” (answer: sometime soon, but it’s really none of your business), and number five was “How many times has Leonardo Di Caprio been nominated?
” (Answer: four, and yes, we know you feel sorry for him).
Our favorite question, though, is number four, a very simple one: “What is about?
When the saints Get on one accord And begin to Bless The Lord.
When the saints Go up In praise All of Satan’s powers Are erased.
When the saints Go to worship That’s when deliverance Will take place. (This tabernacle.) You’re the king And you’re Invited to Come in. We welcome you in We welcome you in You’re the king And you’re Invited to Come in. To this sanctuary (This sanctuary) This tabernacle. We welcome you in (You are welcome) We welcome you in (You are welcome) You’re the king And you’re Invited to Come in.Theoretically, we all watch the Oscars to see the best films of the year, and the people who made them, honored in a respectful ceremony.But Google, as it always does, has managed to reveal our true motivations.