2010 MTV Movie Awards – Sandra Bullock In Oday Shakar

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Sandra Bullock made her second appearance on stage in as many days at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards.

On Saturday night she attended the Spike TV’s 4th Annual ‘Guys Choice Awards’ wearing a black leather Elie Saab dress, and it was black again at the MTV Movie Awards.

Her Oday Shakar Spring 2010 black cowl-back long sleeved mini dress sparkle as she paired it with a leg lengthening nude Louboutin’s.

On the night she said we should all go back to making fun of her, but when she looks this good we have no cause to.

All together now, “I’m a survivor, I’m not gonna give up, I’m not gonna stop…”

Credit: Getty & Oday Chakar

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18 Responses to 2010 MTV Movie Awards – Sandra Bullock In Oday Shakar

  1. Tom September 9, 2010 at 17:38 #

    I am in Malaysia and just saw the show tape delayed by about three months. I was trying to figure out why Sandra Bullock was so insulting to everyone. To my surprise, the articles I read on the Internet describe her as sparkly and all smiles and this show is supposed to be an example of appearances that make us all to love her. Well she came across as completely rude and insulting. After she was named as winner, she sat as if reluctant to get up and accept the award. She didn’t actually accept the award. She wouldn’t touch it. She said the award was for old people and said more that basically insulted her hosts and all those who gave her the award. She said her aunt is dead; that was good for a laugh. I don’t see the humor. She looked around and asked, “why are you here?” Well movie stars would be invited to be on stage. Why wouldn’t Scarlett Johansson be welcome? The kiss is bizarre. That is all anyone can write about, the kiss. So you can be rude and insulting as long as you create a stir by something else then everyone will “love” you.

    It’s not humor; it’s smarmy, rude, and insulting. Yeah therapy is expensive. Who should know better than those people who should be shopping around for some serious help? I used to think Sandra Bullock was one of the top actresses. She’s not on top anymore. She is losing it all-together.

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