January 12th, 2012 / 4 Comments


Well the awards show itself lived up to it’s crappy reputation but it was ALL worth it to see Rob & hear his beautiful speech for WFE.   So proud of you Rob – always so so proud.  Here are a few more beautiful pics.

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  • Maria
    Posted on January 12, 2012

    Good grief is that Guy Pearce standing behind Rob …

    Although Katey did a much better job at hosting this year, I really think they should have at least screened all the awards that they asked people to vote for. For those who didn’t watch, they didn’t announce Best Actor in a Drama that Rob was nominated for and I misssed best book adaptation – I heard the word Kardashian and then switched off.

    It was well worth to see Rob, but I don’t know these shows can’t possibly be catering to the fans or maybe I have too high expectations of what entertainment means or should be.

  • Michelle
    Posted on January 12, 2012

    Completely agree Maria – I expect more, way more. They just brushed over the other categories Rob was nominated in, pathetic. Still cannot understand how he didn’t win Best Actor – something is seriously WRONG there!!

    Yep, Kaley much better job than that OTHER person.

  • Carmel
    Posted on January 12, 2012

    Thank God we have you guys to sift through the crap. I have no idea how Rob doesn’t win everything he is nominated for.

  • Vicky
    Posted on January 12, 2012

    I reallycan’t believe that an awards show can think that giving the bulk of them out off camera is the way to go *shakes Head*. I agree it was worth every second to hear Rob’s speech. every second!!!!

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