Hilarious article on Page Six yesterday about how badly Pipsqueak wants an Oscar nomination. Needless to say, he thinks he’s deserving of one for his performance in The Social Network. This is when you snort. Oh, you mean when David Fincher had to heavy edit all his scenes, layered with distracting music like a music video?
This little bitch has never been short on ego. And he truly believes he belongs at the Kodak.
"He's hell-bent on getting a nomination this year even though he has tough competition from his co-star Andrew Garfield.”
How is this even a conversation?
Note the way that sentence (probably straight from the mouth of his publicist) is structured too. Like Justin Timberlake is frontrunner, and Andrew Garfield the pretender.
You want to hear something even more f-cked up?
Matt Lauer and those idiots at NBC, in a dick sucky profile of JT last week, actually compared him to FRANK SINATRA. See below.
I need some calming beans. This sh-t is infuriating. The greatest con of the year.
But apparently Pips is so hard up for a trip to the Kodak he’s reaching out to everyone, to the veterans, to the campaigners, for advice and, more importantly, for votes:
"Sony is footing the bill for advertising the awards campaign, but Justin is also doing things his own way, including attending Academy screenings on his own and privately reaching out to award winners and Academy darlings Tom Hanks and Kevin Spacey for campaigning advice."
I’m totally willing to accept JT getting a nomination if it means he has to service Kevin Spacey in exchange for it. Some things are too good to pass up.
But you know, in typical Timberlake style, he’d only be doing the Academy a favour if they included him in the final five – you know that right? After all, he’s Justin Timberlake. And my sources tell me he’s using this as a bargaining chip:
I’ll do any cameo you want if you get me a nomination.
I’ll even host your Oscar show next year if you get me a nomination.
Bitch, who ARE you?
Well, he’s the one who honestly believes he belongs in a category with Christian Bale, Geoffrey Rush, Mark Ruffalo, Jim Broadbent, Ed Harris, John Hawkes, Bill Murray, Vincent Cassel, and Michael Douglas.
This is what happens when you live in Hollywood. You can convince yourself of almost anything. If I lived there, I might just start believing I was tall, thin, and white.
Attached – Justin on Ellen last week promoting Yogi Bear. I mean...this is not the movie you want to be up in their faces when you’re trying to convince them you can deliver a line without reading it. And he can’t.
Photos from Wenn.com