So, I have to say you and Livia looked fantastic. Yes, yes, I know, I always say this. I gush of course. I must confess you both can do no wrong – there is an air of serenity and love about you. I love that you recycled last year’s suit – I knew you would. Livia finally wore red. I don’t know why, but I have always wanted to see her in a gorgeous red dress, she has that beautiful color and the perfect figure – why not red, um, It was of course a ‘green’ Valentino and I apologize, I’m not sure the dress showed off her er, loveliness the way I had hoped. She, nevertheless, looked stunning in the color and I was so fascinated that her diamonds came all the way from the Argyle mines of Western Australia. Have you been to Perth? I lived in Australia for many years and Perth is the one place I would choose as my home if I moved back. Well, er moving on then… I loved your little intro about Meryl, Mama Mia, and Greece, always a dash of panache about your gentlemanly ways.
You know, I wish more interviewers would speak to Livia about her green carpet challenge and all that you both do as Ambassadors for Oxfam. It is so important. I was listening to a clip from the Oxfam event and was thoroughly impressed with how much you both do in the name of charity and not really er, talk about it. By the way, I was completely taken with Meryl Streep’s green dress, how wonderful that she joined the challenge. I also love the actress (from ‘the Artist’) whose name escapes me at the moment, and her stunning sea – blue up-cycled dress, including the recycled zippers.
Um, Colin, how was that pre-Oscar party? there were all these newspaper ( well, tabloid I suppose)pictures of you helping Cameron Diaz down the steps. You know, I really think you should go out and have fun whenever you want, it was just the British caption about you being a perfect gentleman that caught my eye.