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Thursday, January 10, 2013

Snubbed!


Nominations for the 85th Academy Awards were announced Thursday morning, and while many excellent films and performances were recognized, there were also many inexplicable omissions.

CelebriGum is proud to salute these outstanding actors for their overlooked work:


Artie Lange, for his portrayal of Monseigneur Flambeau, the singing and tap-dancing bishop in "Les Miserables."


Dr. Phil, for his portrayal of Professor Shrink, Batman's terrifying nemesis in "The Dark Knight Rises."


Bill O'Reilly, for his portrayal of Nate, the talented but past-his-prime stripper fired from the club in "Magic Mike."


So sorry, guys!  Good luck at the Snubbie Awards, airing February 27th on CBS!

12 comments:

  1. The Toast in the MachineJanuary 11, 2013 at 12:07 PM

    They had no choice but to fire Nate. He would get into the zone and not be able to spin...
    (By the way, now that he's portrayed a stripper, can we call him "One-Dollar-Bill O'Reilly?)

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    1. I'm imagining a commercial for a motorized pole that assists the spins of senior citizen strippers.

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  2. I'm going to see a taping of Dr. Phil next Wednesday. True story. The topic is celebs who've been snubbed by Oscar.

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    1. Sounds like Dr. Phil has some issues.

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    2. I'm going to tell him that he needs to get real. Seriously I am going to a taping. I'll let everyone know how it goes.

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  3. for a good reason to be sane to the world

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  4. around for the good reason for time

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    1. Doug, either you're leaving coded messages for terrorist cells, or you're some extremely obscure kind of genius, or a complete crank.

      I'm rooting for #2.

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    2. Congrats, Steve! CelebriGum has achieved "spammer" status!

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