Oscars Caption Contest

BPP Oscar Caption Contest: Marion Cotillard

Marion Cotillard, awash in Oscar happy

Magnifique: La Vie en Rose star Marion Cotillard Chris Carlson, AP hide caption

itoggle caption Chris Carlson, AP

Winning Caption:"I keep twisting, but still no pepper?" — John Paul

Runner Up:

Quand je le prend dans les bras,
Son or brillant tout bas,
Je vois la vie en rose.
— Tom Sawallis

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LA VIE EST BELLE!

Sent by Ronda | 3:09 AM | 2-25-2008

"And I didn't have to kiss Adrian Brody!"

Sent by Kevbo | 6:32 AM | 2-25-2008

J'aime l'homme d'or!

Sent by Chuck Breaux | 6:40 AM | 2-25-2008

Non, je ne regrette RIEN!

Sent by Kathleen Sweeney | 9:09 AM | 2-25-2008

Magnifique!..Let's have some Freedom Fries, mes enfants!

Sent by Fred Wanger | 9:20 AM | 2-25-2008

Here we see Marion Cotillard in happier times just moments before she was "roughed up" by an Angelia Houston impersonator.

Sent by AJ Sours | 9:21 AM | 2-25-2008

I keep twisting, but still no pepper?

Sent by John Paul | 9:27 AM | 2-25-2008

This isn't my own caption for the pic, but a comment on the supplied caption: The AP needs to fact-check. The film is called "La Vie en Rose" not "Piaf".

Sent by Joe | 9:38 AM | 2-25-2008

I wonder if anyone would mind if I took Oscar to bed, with me, forever?

Sent by Waldo Bernal | 9:45 AM | 2-25-2008

Pilaf? Pilaf? i thought you said Piaf...

Sent by tracy rosen | 9:46 AM | 2-25-2008

Quand je le prend dans les bras,
Son or brillant tout bas,
Je vois la vie en rose.

Sent by Tom Sawallis | 9:49 AM | 2-25-2008

Oooo la la.

Sent by Jeff | 9:52 AM | 2-25-2008

Whoa! I just heard him say "Help me!". What does that mean?

Sent by James K Chambliss | 9:56 AM | 2-25-2008

Oh shoot! I hope I put enough money in the meter.....

Sent by Paula in DCq | 10:43 AM | 2-25-2008

I am so happee my eyebrows grew back before ze Oscars!

Sent by Holloway | 10:48 AM | 2-25-2008

Yes, I play the vulnerable, trembly waif with the ferocious heart. Hey, I can be trembly. I can suggest fragility. Got it?

Sent by wtdavidson | 10:56 AM | 2-25-2008

Oui, zat iz right. France iz taking over zee movie industrie.

Sent by Kenney | 11:13 AM | 2-25-2008

I agree it's not a Rodin, but I'll hang on to it all the same.

Sent by Richard Davies | 12:21 PM | 2-25-2008

Take zeese, Americaines, and shove eet in your freedom fries!

Sent by Patty Boyd | 2:27 PM | 2-25-2008

I can't seem to get the top off of this bottle.

Sent by Doug | 2:43 PM | 2-25-2008

To celebrate, I'm going to Piaf the balcony!

Sent by Chad Gallion | 3:46 PM | 2-25-2008

Where do the batteries go?

Sent by dave | 5:07 PM | 2-25-2008

I, I, uh, hope my underwear isn't showing.

Sent by Matteo | 9:20 PM | 2-25-2008

I geet zee Ockair! You Ameerikins are so funnee.

Sent by Stephanie Dixon | 12:30 AM | 2-26-2008

First French woman ever to win an Oscar for acting in her own language. Wouldn't YOU smile if you were me?

Sent by Anne-C??cile, une fran??aise | 9:21 AM | 2-26-2008