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Uusually, it's woe betide the winner who starts getting serious on the stage, but we'll let Inglorious Basterds' Christoph Waltz off.
His lecture on the difference between being a Support-ING Actor and a Support-ED Actor was wry, heartfelt and delivered with silky smoothness.
It's proof that Waltz isn't just a captivating actor, he's a character in his own right: the mad professor of the BAFTAs.
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Feb 22nd 2010, 9:04
Regrave went on a bit.
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Feb 22nd 2010, 11:39
Anyone else think Johnathan Ross was a bit s**t?
Feb 22nd 2010, 12:08
^ Agree- JR was pretty cringeworthy, I felt a bit bad for him during some of the lengthier tumbleweed moments.
Feb 22nd 2010, 15:32
I usually like Wossy but last night he was awful. I would love to see James Corden present next years Baftas.
Feb 22nd 2010, 16:43
Corden ruined him when he went up to present an award... "Seriously, I'd like this gig next year, because I doubt he'll be doing it" (gestures at Ross)
Feb 22nd 2010, 23:08
Kristen Stewart is a t**t
Feb 23rd 2010, 20:15
Carey was lovely and boy was i glad to find out she's 24 and not as young as she seems
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