I can't stand the cast from that show either. They're all fucking annoying - Sophia being the worst.
Why were they at the Oscars?
They show up everywhere to act like cunts.
Sorry, I think those pictures are funny.
Even funnier that he's doing it behind that closet case's back.
It's one picture. Same incident. 2 photographers. Hardly rampant.
With the exception of Ed O'Neil, they're all obnoxious cunts.
If someone pulled this type of shit on them, there'd be hell to pay.
They are no longer winning awards because people are sick of their shit.
[quote]Sorry, I think those pictures are funny.
Even funnier that he's doing it behind that closet case's back
Ummm no, they're not. A Photobomb is funny when it's done by a total stranger that has nothing to do with the subject, and usually no one, including the bomber know they are doing it. This was just obnoxious. They are celebrities at a celebrity party. And just because YOU think Orlando Bloom is gay and fantasize about him spiriting you away, doesn't mean it's true. Some DL'ers here are delusional and downright creepy sometimes.
I want to see more,
OP, I am right there with you.
It is impacting their work as well, the show is not what it used to be. I think the producers realize this as well, since they have ramped up publicity for the show.
By the way, Erik Stonestreet, aka "Cam" tweeted the NASTIEST comments about Rex Reed's accurate but inelegant review of Melissa McCarthy. It revealed Erik to be an egotistical jerk.
Did fame go to their heads too quickly? Why do they always act so obnoxious at award ceremonies?
Um, OP? They weren't at the Oscars. They were at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party. Big difference.
Separately, the body language between Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom makes me think the marriage is over and they will be splitting up.
But why were they even at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party? They're tv actors.
Because they were invited, R14. The Oscar parties that take place that aren't the official Academy soiree invite people from all facets of the entertainment industry, not just "movie actors."
r8 is clearly president and parliamentarian of the Peoria chapter of the Orlando Bloom Fandom Association.
I feel for movie stars being forced to socialise with TV trash.
[quote]I feel for movie stars being forced to socialise with TV trash.
Save your pity for starving children in Ethiopia.
No, it's pretty funny.
R19 is funny.
It must be a big drug for the MF cast (except for Ed O'Neill who already had fame on Married with Children).
But the rest of them are multi-millionaires on an actor-proof well-written show.
Their dreams have all come true.
Jesse Tyler Ferguson has the worst case of Gay Face and Gay Voice in history.
"And just because YOU think Orlando Bloom is gay and fantasize about him spiriting you away, doesn't mean it's true."
You were a prancing pony, weren't you? By the way, Orlando's tie color is signaling you that he want's you to smear Nutella on your body and let your numerous cats lick it off.
Hey, homophobe at R21: eat shit.
Apart from the insufferable Stonestreet, the cast of Modern Family are all smart, funny people who get humor and their celebrity. The fact that they won't give O'Neill an Emmy because he's above the bullshit just shows the same type of envy and pettiness posters here evidence.
And Sofia is wonderful. Except in her soft drink commercials.
Just a bunch of plants and trolls here.
Why did Sophia release press alerts that she was sick and unable to attend? She's TV....why would they let her in anyway?
[quote]By the way, Erik Stonestreet, aka "Cam" tweeted the NASTIEST comments about Rex Reed's accurate but inelegant review of Melissa McCarthy. It revealed Erik to be an egotistical jerk.
What did he say?
r23=Jessie Tyler Ferguson's husband
I agree with R21: Jesse Tyler Ferguson has gay face extraordinaire. He's also extremely aggravating to watch on television. His boyfriend is very good-looking. Certainly not anyone JTF would be able to score if he weren't famous and rich.
[quote] Jesse Tyler Ferguson has gay face extraordinaire.
Is this good or bad?
A lot of people complaining this season hasn't been good thus far,
R29 Maybe this will be the beginning of it's decline.
I haven't read any complaints about Modern Family.
And Rex Reed deserved to be taken down a peg or two for his nasty comments about McCarthy.
The show's ratings are great - it's hardly in "decline."
R31 - people are talking about its quality declining, not its ratings
Exactly, R32. MF is like The Office: 22 laugh free minutes.
I've followed and generally loved Jesse Tyler Ferguson since he was on the short lived 'The Class'.
However, he does seem to have become uber cocky and sure of himself and by comparison, can make Neil Patrick Harris' smugness seem like a cloistered nun.
He and Eric Stonestreet were funny and fresh for a while; now they just seem to think the shenanigans are absolutely adorable. They're not. They're seen as what they are, famous multi-millionaires who, with all their fame and accolades still can't seem to soak up enough attention.
I still find the show very sharp and quite funny. So there!
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