“Oh, come on!” I roar at Michael Musto (Out, Gawker) in our podcast as we battle over who’s ahead to win Best Supporting Actress. He’s picking Lupita Nyongo (“12 Years a Slave”). I say Jennifer Lawrence (“American Hustle”).
“She’s not winning two years in a row, I’m sorry,” Musto replies, tut-tutting my predix. “She could win if it was her first and they were anointing the new Goldie Hawn. I’m predicting a ‘12 Years a Slave‘ sweep and Lupita is my choice, I’m sorry. Call me crazy. There’s a little more gravitas than Jennifer Lawrence singing ‘Live and Let Die’ and planting a kiss on Amy Adams to show her power over her.”