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Monday Giggles: Tiny Ball of Light Version

Just in case you were wondering (though I can't imagine why you would be), this was far and away my favorite moment of last night's Oscars presentation:
Runners up were, well, anytime Colin Firth was on screen. 
How about you? 

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  1. I love the cutaways to Harry looking awkward. :)

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  2. I missed the Oscars, unfortunately...would have loved to see this on screen.
    And congratulations, you've won the "Seven Facts" award! Check it out: http://herestous.wordpress.com/2011/02/28/the-seven-facts-award/

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  3. Anonymous5:43 PM

    Undeniably my favorite part of the Oscars too! :D I love Ron and Hermione~

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  4. Proof that autotune can make anytime sounds like music. I love this, so funny.

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  5. Agreed. My housemates and I were clutching at each other wildly on the couch. When we were able to form thoughts, we squealed. It was very silly.

    I made the mistake of watching it again at work today. It went as one might expect.

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  6. Yes, I giggled a lot. And loved Colin Firth. Yes.

    Hey, will we be seeing you on Saturday at the party?

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  7. Colin Firth is so dreamy! I have yet to see King's Speech yet though, I'm still waiting for it to come out on Redbox.

    Love Ron and Hermione!

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