Although she is considered one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood, Angelina Jolie often fails to live up to expectations. Most recently, she showed up at the Academy Awards wearing a thigh-high slit dress, but her intentions were not appreciated by fashion critics. In fact, the 36-year-old star was mocked for her 2012 Oscar appearance, whereas her thin figure raised a lot of concern among Twitter users, according to Us Weekly.
Angelina Jolie had a big responsibility at this year’s Academy Awards as she was asked to present the award for the Best Adapted Screenplay category. Unfortunately, the black velvet dress she chose was not appropriate for the occasion. In addition, fashion critics have declared that the actress was desperately trying to show her leg through the thigh-high slit by repeating the same pose over and over again. The posture was used even when the actress walked on stage to present the nominees.
The winner of the category, “The Descendants” screenwriter, Jim Rash, mocked Angelina Jolie’s pose as soon as he walked on stage. He put his left arm on his shoulder, leaned on the left leg, while popping his right knee up, thus making anyone laugh in the room. He later on told the press that the moment was not planned; the actor only wanted to do something on stage while Alexander Payne was uttering his speech.
Twitter users were also concerned about the actress’ appearance on the Red Carpet. The majority of them were concerned about Angelina Jolie’s thin figure and some of them even suggested her to eat more. Singer-songwriter Bonnie McKee wrote on her Twitter account “Dear Angelina Jolie. . .eat something”, while “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Phaedra Parks stated that the actress is beautiful, but she needs to add a little more meat on her bones.
Even though the posture was severely criticized by fashion critics, fans took the opportunity to create a special Twitter account for the 36-year-old actress’ leg. The page is called @AngieRightLeg and it contains ironical posts sent on behalf of the leg including “I’m a leg, get a load of me!”