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Diane Keaton Steals the Show

13th Jan 2014

There may have been a few Oscar De La Renta jaw-droppers and a good few breath-taking cleavages at last night’s Golden Globes, but what truly stole the show for us was our long-time favourite – Diane Keaton. The actress was on stage to pick up Woody Allen’s Cecil B. DeMille life-time achievement award (the highest honour at The Golden Globes) on behalf of the absent filmmaker. In classic Diane Keaton mode she sported a tux, a custom-made Ralph Lauren number for this particular occasion. Gracious as ever, her speech commended Woody Allen’s contribution to cinema and even how he has changed the way we consider the world and ?the pursuit of neuroses? over the last thirty years. Yet, she really struck a chord with us was when she focused on the 179 actresses who have appeared in his films ?? because Woody’s women can’t be compartmentalized. They struggle, they love, they fall apart, they dominate, they’re flawed. They are, in fact, the hallmark of Woody’s work.? She just reminded us once more why she’s the cat’s pyjamas and why we’ve loved her this long!

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