Zellweger Gets Her Pudding Pot

Traffic came to a stop in Harvard Square today for a parade with Renée Zellweger, the Hasty Pudding "woman of the year."

Zellweger and her Hasty Pudding Theatricals escorts

The Hasty Pudding Theatricals named Renée Zellweger "woman of the year" this afternoon, in a ceremony that began with a parade down Massachusetts Avenue to the New College Theatre, where a roast of Zellweger and a preview performance of this year's Pudding show, Acropolis Now, were planned.

Zellweger has starred in movies including ChicagoBridget Jones's DiaryMe, Myself, & Irene; and Jerry Maguire. She won the Oscar for best supporting actress in 2004 for her role in Cold Mountain. Read more about her here on IMDB.

The Crimson reported today that the Pudding's 2009 "man of the year" is James Franco, whose acting credits include Pineapple Express, Milk, and the Spiderman trilogy. Franco is expected to be at Harvard on Friday, February 13, to accept his award.

 

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