TITLE

Survey Says

AUTHOR(S)
Adato, Allison; Cruz, Anne Marie; Dubin, Danielle; Gliatto, Tom; Heyman, J. D.; Lynch, Jason; Neill, Mike; Schindehette, Susan; Schneider, Karen S.; Smolowe,, Jill; Tauber, Michelle; Tresniowski, Alex; Wulff, Jennifer; Bell, Carrie; Blash, Margi; Chiu, Alexis; Cunneff, Tom; Daly, Sean; Gee, Alison Singh; Gurvitz, Amy
PUB. DATE
March 2004
SOURCE
People;3/15/2004, Vol. 61 Issue 10, p128
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
What did you love and loathe about the big night? People.com tallies the votes. Who was the best-dressed? Charlize Theron 37%, Renee Zellweger 23%, Nicole Kidman 22%, Naomi Watts 12%, Scarlett Johansson 6%. Who was the worst-dressed star? Diane Keaton 50%, Uma Thurman 36%, Kelly Lynch 7%, Samantha Morton 7%. Were you happy with Billy Crystal as host? Yes 87%, No 3%. Did The Lord of the Rings deserve its 11 Oscars? Absolutely 75%, No way 25%.
ACCESSION #
12560124

 

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